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Telecentric Lens System

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The miniMML telecentric lens system from Schott features a 15-mm low-profile body for machine vision applications including microelectronics and nanoelectronics manufacturing.

The system integrates a telecentric lens, coaxial and oblique LED illumination, a wide-VGA CMOS camera, an LED power supply and controller, and all necessary cables. At one-twentieth the size of conventional imaging setups, the system eliminates the need for component selection and setting adjustment while offering near-distortion-free performance with power and I/O over a locking USB 2.0 interface.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2013

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