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Machine Vision Lens for Wafer, Food Inspection

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Author: Michio Kitahara
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Myutron Inc.

Myutron offers SWIR telecentric lenses suitable for wafer and food inspection.
  • Available for SWIR image sensor 1”, InGaAs sensor   
  • Specially designed to transmit SWIR 700 ~ 2000 nm   
  • Able to capture differences and defects that cannot be seen in the visible ray   
  • Adjustable iris and depth of field available

    Myutron designs and manufactures a wide array of lenses and illumination for machine vision, automation, security, measurement, printing, semiconductor, wafer, bioscience, and laboratory applications.

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