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Ruggedized Lens Metrology

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Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Edmund Optics Inc.

The Ruggedized Lens Metrology Whitepaper discusses what the term Stability Ruggedized means and to what extent lenses that have been ruggedized can eliminate detrimental effects such as pixel shift that results from external shock and vibration placed on the imaging system. This whitepaper explains pixel shift and how it affects an imaging system, how Edmund Optics Stability Ruggedized lenses are designed to minimize the effect of pixel shift, and the metrology methods used to ensure that these Stability Ruggedized lenses meet their specified performance.

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