Multi-view optics for measuring and imaging small parts
- Small parts lateral imaging
Inspection of objects whose size ranges from 1 to 10 mm.
- Measurement capability
Top and lateral views show the same magnification.
- High depth of field
Top and Lateral views are imaged without significant defocusing.
PCMP optics are multi-image lenses designed to completely measure and inspect objects whose dimensions range from 1 to 10 mm, such as electronic components, solder joints and micromechanical components. Six different lateral views are provided by an array of mirrors interfaced to a bi-telecentric lens; the top of the object is directly imaged at the centre of the field of view.
The lateral views feature exactly the same magnification and the images remain in perfect focus even when the object is displaced from its nominal position. All the views can be used to precisely measure the dimension of components from different angles.
The PCMP series integrates LED illumination optimized for this specific assembly.
- different number of views
- different view angles
- asymmetric or special mirror arrays can be supplied upon request.
|Main optical specifications||Field of view (diameter x height)||Advanced optical specifications||Lighting specifications||Electrical specifications||Mechanical specifications|
|(mm)||(mm × mm)||(mm × mm)||(mm)||(mm)||(deg)||(V)||(mA)||(W)||(mm)||(mm)||(mm)|
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|PCMP012||4.8||1/2″||2.5 x 6.0||10.0 x 1.0||5.0||1.5||37||8||white, 6000 K||24||750||18||C||242.3||119.0||139.5||
|PCMP023||6.6||2/3″||2.5 x 6.0||10.0 x 1.0||5.0||1.5||37||8||white, 6000 K||24||750||18||C||262.0||119.0||139.5||
Last update 01 Dec 2022
- Working distance: distance between the front end of the mechanics and the object.
- Working f-number (wf/N): the real f-number of a lens in operating conditions.
- Tolerance ± 2%.
- With constant driving voltage.
- Drop to 50% intensity @ 25°C.
- Measured from the front end of the mechanics to the camera flange.
The suggested working distance ranges from 1.5 to 5 mm. The best focusing can be achieved by adjusting the number of spacers in the C-mount interface or by vertically positioning the illuminator+mirror assembly.
The image orientation phase can be adjusted by simply rotating the mirror cage or the whole assembly.
The top and side views show exactly the same magnification; however the side views appear to be compressed because of the perspective angle. Thanks to telecentric imaging such compression is purely linear and therefore very easy to calibrate.