The highest speed vari-focal lens in the world comes to Optatec
The lens provides extremely fast time response, allowing easier automation because shifting the light is driven completely electronically and not using any moving mechanical parts. This lens is the highest speed vari-focal lens in the world, with a focal length that can be varied in a matter of micro seconds.
A 3D image can be obtained by changing the focal-length continuously or shifting it instantly. The KTN vari-focal lens works as a convex lens and the focal-length is varied in proportion to the square of the supplied voltage. It has been confirmed that the vari-focal lens can be applied to various fields because a voltage of 1 kV can result in a focal-length shift of 4 cm in a lens with f=25 cm.
The vari-focal lens can be employed in all application areas that require the light to be focused, such as microscopy, OCT, various types of experiments, sensing, laser processing.
The live demo will be demonstrated at AMS Technologies’ booth at the Optatec 2016 show (booth A28)
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AMS Technologies is Europe's leading solution provider and distributor for Optical, Power and Thermal Management Technologies.
For more than 30 years, we at AMS Technologies are supporting the European market with leading, innovative technologies and products that allow our customers to take prime position in their chosen markets. AMS Technologies delivers solutions into a variety of high-tech markets, including renewable energies, medical, defence & aerospace, research & scientific and various other industrial segments. Our customer base consists of Europe's largest leading technology corporations, a network of universities and research institutes as well as the most promising start-ups.
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