Optics for Quality Assurance to be exhibited by FISBA at Control
FISBA is attending Control, the world's leading trade fair for quality assurance, to showcase Vision Systems, Precision Molded Optics and the FISBA RGBeam™
FISBA’s vision systems are customized for a range of control applications including online analysis, process monitoring, process control and more. An added benefit to those seeking custom vision systems for quality assurance is FISBA’s ability to master miniaturization of their optical components. This is especially relevant for applications sensitive to space constraints and low weight requirements.
FISBA’s in-house designed and manufactured Precision Molded Optics are lenses that encompass double sided aspheres, off axis aspheres and acylindrical lens arrays.
FISBA will also showcasing the FISBA RGBeam™. The direct beam or fiber coupled laser module combines the output of laser diodes of several wavelengths enabling nearly free color mixing up to perfect white for special illumination purposes. It is easy to integrate even in small and / or portable instruments due to its light weight and small size.
Visit FISBA at Booth 4441 in Hall 4 and learn more at www.fisba.com.
FISBA is a world leader in customized optical components, systems and microsystems. The company is global market leader in the field of FAC for diode lasers and offers standard and individualized solutions for specific applications. FISBA also designs and manufactures products for medical applications and biophotonics as well as the machine, industrial image processing, sensor and laser industries.
350 highly qualified employees work at facilities in St. Gall Switzerland, Berlin Germany and Tucson USA.
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