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Trioptics GmbH’s ProCam tests the active alignment of camera modules that combine optics with a sensor and a readout circuit.

The device includes standard measurement systems with test charts for applications with finite object distance as well as solutions with collimators for infinite and variable object distances.

For the active alignment of optics and sensors for serial production, the company’s ProCam Align aligns the sensor with the camera optics in up to six degrees of freedom with submicron accuracy. The components are tilted, shifted, focused and rotated during a single cycle.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2014

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