OpTest® Lens Measurement System
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OpTest® Lens Measurement Systems perform tests in situations similar to actual applications, replicating field angle positions, conjugate ratios, spectral regions and image plane architecture. Lens assemblies that may be measured on OpTest systems run the gamut from the typically large surveillance lenses used in the aerospace and defense sectors to very small lenses used in medical instruments.
Whatever your testing need, your OpTest system will be configured appropriately by Optikos using sub-assemblies and components that not only meet your immediate requirements, but which also provide a simple upgrade path as your needs change. The Optikos approach provides you with a technical as well as economical solution: one that doesn’t become obsolete as your application or business develops.
Complete OpTest systems are composed of custom optics, mechanics, and electronics designed by our engineers solely for the purpose of lens testing, while other products on the market may compromise by manufacturing their systems around catalog components.
Advanced OpTest® 7 software integrates with and controls the hardware; acquires and analyzes video and scanning detector signals; and compiles measurement results in data and graph form—which may be exported directly to formatted Microsoft® Excel workbooks for internal use or to include in customer reports. Measurements include real-time MTF testing (on and off axis), focal length, distortion, field curvature, chief ray angle and more.
An intuitive graphical user interface, multiple user modes for production, lab and engineering, and easy-to-configure test routines all contribute to fast, accurate lens measurements.
Optikos is a leader in lens and camera testing and a pioneer in the use of video for determining image quality with its patented VideoMTF® technology. The Company offers both metrology products and IQ Lab™ testing services for measuring lenses and camera systems; and expert engineering design and manufacturing for optically-based product development.