TCSM Series is a unique family of bi-telecentric lenses for extremely accurate 3D dimensional measurement systems. All TCSM lenses are equipped with a high-precision Scheimpflug adjustment mechanism that suits any type of C-mount camera. Besides achieving very good focus at wide tilt angles, bi-telecentricity also yields incredibly low distortion.
PCCD Series are pericentric lenses exclusively developed and produced by Opto Engineering® to enable the 360° side view imaging of small objects. Their innovative optical design, based on a catadioptric system, makes it possible to image small objects, with diameters as small as 7 mm.
PERICENTRIC LENSES are an exclusive product developed by OPTO ENGINEERING® to enable 3D peripheral vision of objects without the aid of mirrors. By means of this unique optical design, just one camera shot is enough to capture the top and side views of an object. The name “pericentric” is because of the specific path of the light rays: the aperture pupil is seen from object space as if it was moving around the peripheral zone of the front optical group.
HOLE INSPECTION OPTICS
HOLE INSPECTION OPTICS have been developed by OPTO ENGINEERING® to enable the perfect viewing of holed objects, cavities and containers. Unlike common optics or so called "pinhole lenses" which can only image flat fields of view, Hole Inspection Optics are specifically designed to image both the bottom of a hole and its vertical walls. Thanks to the large view angle (>82° degree) and innovative optical design, these lenses are compatible with a wide range of object diameters and thicknesses
PCBP probes are used to inspect holed objects such as engine parts, containers and tubes whose hidden features can only be controlled by introducing a probe into the cavity. The catadioptric (refracting + reflecting) optical design ensures much higher resolution than fiber-based probes and enables a complete 360° inner view throughout the entire cavity length
PCPW optics provide eight different views of the side and top surfaces of an object. The wide perspective angle (45°) enables the inspection of the side features of an object (for example the threads of a screw or a nut) otherwise impossible to acquire with a single camera.