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Telecentric lenses

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The TML-HP series telecentric lenses from Edmund Optics enable scientists and vision systems designers to make high-accuracy noncontact measurements of small objects. They are available in three fixed-focus versions that provide 1x, 2x or 4x magnifications. According to the company, they produce higher quality and less distortion than conventional fixed-focal-length lenses, making them suitable for demanding automated metrology applications in online and off-line production environments. They also include large-objective lenses for maximum numerical aperture, mounting via twin-ring mounting clamps and standard filter threads.


BioPhotonics
Sep 2006
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