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Line-Scan Illumination Modules

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Coaxial Linescan Illumination ModulesThe CORONA II coaxial linescan illumination modules from Chromasens GmbH accommodate the inspection of highly reflective surfaces such as wafers, metal surfaces, connectors, liquid crystal, and glass that require shadow-free images to identify defects.

Offered in bright-field and dark-field versions, the CORONA II coaxial modules come in lengths up to 680 mm to enable inspection of larger objects. Both feature a high-quality, antireflective coating and ultrathin diffuser glass to reduce or completely eliminate ghost images often captured when imaging shiny objects or where the area of inspection is obscured by shadows from its surroundings.

CORONA II coaxial illumination is diffused by a beamsplitter so that the light has no discernible directionality. Consequently, shadows are eliminated, and the effects of specular reflection are significantly reduced.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2019

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