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  • TriAngle UltraSpec
Apr 2010
TRIOPTICS GmbHRequest Info
WEDEL, Germany, April 20, 2010 — The electronic autocollimators of the TriAngle UltraSpec Series from Trioptics GmbH are high-precision angle measurement systems that deliver high angle resolution and measuring accuracy.

They are used for a wide variety of measuring, testing and adjustment processes. Applications include adjustment and verification of the straightness of linear stages, run out measurement of rotary tables, measurement of large-area surface flatness, adjustment of optical components, stability studies, and alignment of machines and equipment.

Each device is calibrated with PTB angle standards and supplied with test certificates and individual calibration curves. Traceability of the measuring results to international standards of the angle measuring variable is consistently ensured.

The mechanically and thermally optimized design permits consistently precise measurements, even under difficult conditions outside the measuring lab. The optical system consists of a corrected objective lens with very small distortion and a high-resolution digital CCD camera with low sensor noise. The light source consists of a stabilized high-power LED illuminating a newly developed reticle for enhanced angle resolution.

The company offers the autocollimators as complete measuring systems, including a mobile touch screen control unit. The user-friendly OptiAngle 5 software is installed on the control unit and covers all common measuring requirements with a menu-guided graphical user interface. User-specific measuring functions can simply be added, and a measuring routine for the calibration of round tables is available.

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An optical element located at an image plane, containing a pattern that assists in pointing an instrument or measuring target characteristics. It may be as simple as a pair of crossed lines or a complex pattern. In semiconductor pattern generation, a glass or quartz substrate bearing the image of an integrated circuit.  
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