SCHNEIDER KREUZNACH employs new production technology

Reduced tolerances, high light intensity, and a real lens resolution of 2 micrometers: the new Micro-Symmar 2.8/50

(PresseBox) ( Bad Kreuznach, )
Schneider-Kreuznach is using new, sophisticated production processes to achieve reduced tolerances and, for the first time, a real lens resolution of 2 micrometers. These features enable the new Micro-Symmar 2.8/50 special lenses to offer outstanding homogenous performance across the entire image field. The lenses have been enhanced for 3.5-time enlargement and have a 60 mm image field.

The tried and tested V-interface guarantees smooth adaptation to a wide range of camera systems. The entire construction has been designed to meet the high demands of typical industrial applications to ensure reliable, safe use as well as a long lifetime. The high light intensity of f/2.8 allows short exposure times, while the short focal distance of 50mm enables a compact system set-up for typical applications in web inspection and micro-measuring technology.

Schneider Kreuznach will be presenting its innovations at the Vision expo in Stuttgart from November 3rd in hall 4 stand B61.

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Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH develops, manufactures and distributes optical and precision mechanical components and assemblies for Machine Vision and other image processing applications. These premium optics solutions help system integrators and machine manufacturers to improve their image processing systems.
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