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LTPRSM lenses and Basler acA1920-155um camera

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Now available from Multipix Imaging, Opto Engineering produce some very clever 3D LED lenses including the LTPRSM series, LED pattern projectors, specifically designed for the most demanding 3D profiling and measurement applications.

Triangulation techniques require that structured light be directed onto a sample at a considerable angle from vertical. Tilting the light source pattern becomes essential to ensure that patterned light is properly and homogeneously focused across the entire sample surface.

LTPRSM pattern projectors integrate a precision tilting mechanism based on the Scheimpflug criterion. This also ensures that the focus doesn’t change when the pattern is tilted. Moreover, the internal focus mechanism offers the maximum optical throughput. The projected light path is effectively coupled to the pupil aperture of any C-mount lens. 

Also new from Multipix Imaging, the Basler acA1920-155um USB 3.0 camera with the Sony IMX174 CMOS sensor delivers 155 frames per second at 2.3 MegaPixel resolution. It has amazing sensitivity, superb dynamic range with HD resolution and high speed. When you consider it uses global shutter technology and has a pixel size of 5.86µm, with very low noise, it is the camera of the future – but is available in 2014! This CMOS technology is challenging CCD’s on every level.

Packaged in the hugely successful Basler ace family range, supported by the robust and reliable Basler Pylon SDK, this camera is a game changer for many applications.

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