General purpose lenses
Available in a wide range of focal length models, for different resolutions and sensor sizes or mounting standards.
They carry the label of "universal standard" in machine vision. The vast majority of cameras with sensors up to 1" have a C-Mount mount.
Used in Linescan or large sensors. It is an option for M42-mount cameras that need to adapt Nikon F-mount conventional lenses.
Designed for small fields of view where the working distance must also be reduced to obtain the correct focus.
General purpose lenses, for resolution sensors up to about 1.5 Megapixels.
High resolution lenses
Robust and compact design. For sensors up to 12MPx resolution in C-Mount. Available in focal lengths from 6 to 75mm.
Lenses for large formats
General purpose lenses for sensors up to 4/3" and C-mount. Get the most out of your C-Mount!
Lenses for Linescan
Lenses designed specifically for Linescan. Low distortion and high image quality in acquisitions.
Lenses with a very low focal length to obtain a very large field of view at a short distance from the subject. Used in inspection systems for bore diameters and holes.
Telecentric lenses charging!
Precise measurement tasks require zero distortion elements.
Telecentric lenses are especially used in precise measuring systems. However, its use extends beyond measurements, in any system where it is required to obtain information on the occlusions that would be generated by conventional lenses with fixed focal lengths.
Lenses with zoom
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● Lenses with motorized zoom. With auto-iris or P-iris control.
Voltage opening control (DC) for use in applications where lighting conditions are variable, such as outdoor or traffic control applications.
● Lenses with 4/3 micro control.
They offer the flexibility of the zoom-controlled lens without sacrificing the precision and repeatability of fixed-focal lenses.
Lenses for microscopy
Don't miss even the tiniest detail!
Magnification and microscopy lenses.
Used in applications that require precision alignment or precise inspections.
High aperture and high contrast image generation.
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Precision elements require support at their level, as well as accessories for calibration or image optimization.
Filters improve image contrast and/or ensure image uniformity by removing unwanted components from the spectrum that could affect capture.
Extension rings are essential elements in systems that require a very small field of view at a reduced working distance.
Prisms and mirrors
Prisms, mirrors, collimators, reflectors or beam splitters are elements that make it possible to integrate components without sacrificing image quality.
x0.5, x1, x2.... Focal multipliers are one more key piece that allows harmony between the mechanical system and the optimization of image capture.
So much more than glasses!
The applied physical-optical technology gives life to sets that allow to obtain the maximum information and quality of image in specific tasks.
Systems with integrated lighting
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Systems developed to facilitate the integration of two of the fundamental components in the design of an artificial vision system. In addition to facilitating their integration, they improve image quality and consistency.
● Telecentric systems with integrated fiber optic lighting.
For maximum precision in frontal inspections where backlighting is not possible.
● Systems with integrated co-axial lighting.
Sharp, reflex-free images will facilitate image processing.
Objective: Reduce the number of capture devices and simplify image capture and processing.
A single system to obtain the image of the whole piece or multiple surfaces with a single image capture?
Don't give it any more thought!
With a simple capture, the front and side view information in a single image.
Significantly reduce the software processing burden with multiple cameras and image plans.
Optical systems consisting of concentrically distributed mirrors. They return, in a single image, different views of the object with high resolution and brightness.
Specially designed for the inspection of small objects. The sides of the object are displayed through the retro-reflecting system, while the front surface is directly reflected in the centre of the sensor.
Hole inspection systems
Bringing out the most hidden things....
● Borescopic probes with integrated illumination that allow 360º inspection of holes or hidden cavities.
● The Pin-Hole systems integrate lenses with a large aperture in a very small size and are ideal for the inspection of bottle necks, cylinders, cones, etc.