Ruggedized Lens Designs for Emerging Applications

Jul 22, 2021
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Machine vision applications have expanded rapidly beyond the controlled environments of the factory, and with this expansion, the need for ruggedized lens designs has grown, with the requirements becoming more diverse and nuanced. To meet the market's imaging challenges, optical designs for ruggedized lenses must at least meet the basic demands of optical stability and should also address the impact of potentially harsh environments on optical performance.

Jason Baechler explains the typical design steps taken to ensure image quality and mechanical integrity, and he provides insights into the potential trade-offs for systems integrators working to optimize system performance via their lens choices.

***This presentation premiered during the 2021 Vision Spectra Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences, visit

About the presenter:
Jason BaechlerJason Baechler is president of MORITEX North America Inc. in San Jose, Calif., managing business development and regional operations. A Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and 17 years of machine vision experience in sales, applications engineering, and product management have empowered Baechler to grow MORITEX's business and technologies to enable the success of customers across diverse market segments.
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