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In-line Illumination

Are you designing a system and debating whether or not to use in-line illumination? Read more about the proper time to use in-line and comparisons at Edmund Optics.

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Telecentric Illumination

Telecentric illumination is quickly becoming the illumination of choice for precision metrology due to its ability to produce "hard" edges that can be easily analyzed.

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What are the advantages of Fluorescent Illumination?

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What are the advantages of LED Illumination?

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Polarization Overview - Part 2: Waveplates & Retarders (Advanced)

Waveplates and retarders are optical components designed to transmit light while modifying its polarization state without attenuating, deviating, or displacing the beam.

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Telecentric Illumination

Think you don't need telecentric illumination in machine vision applications? Find out why you need telecentric illumination at Edmund Optics.

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What is the advantage of high frequency illumination?

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EO Imaging Lab 3.3: Directional Illumination

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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What are the advantages of Fiber Optic Illumination?

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Illumination Spot Size Calculator

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Koehler Illumination Calculator

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Silhouetting Illumination in Machine Vision

Choosing the right backlight illumination is critical for precise measurement and edge detection in machine vision applications. Learn about your best options!

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Advanced Lens Selection

The modulation transfer function of a lens varies depending on working distance, sensor size, f/#, and wavelength. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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Relative Illumination, Roll-Off, and Vignetting

In order to understand vignetting, it is important to understand sensor sizes, formats, and roll-off and relative illumination. Find out more at Edmund Optics.

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Using Structured Illumination

Machine vision systems heavily rely on illumination. Learn more about how structured illumination can maximize your system at Edmund Optics.

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Common Illumination Types

Not sure which type of illumination you should use for your system? Learn more about the pros and cons of different illumination types at Edmund Optics.

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EO Imaging Lab Module 3: Illumination Overview

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Glancing Illumination

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Axial Illumination

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Brightfield Illumination

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Darkfield Illumination

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Diffuse Illumination

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Directional Illumination

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EO Imaging Lab 3.2: The W of Illumination Geometry

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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EO Imaging Lab 3.4: Directional Illumination of Ring Lights

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Relative Illumination (RI)

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EO Imaging Lab Module 3.1: Introduction to Illumination Concepts

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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I am looking to prototype an illumination system. My objective is to use a small halogen filament bulb and end up with a beam of light. What would be the best lens or lens combination to give me this projected spot of light?

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Do you have C-Mount components to make an in-line illumination assembly?

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Optical Microscopy Application: Darkfield Illumination

Darkfield illumination is the opposite of brightfield illumination. Find out how darkfield differs from brightfield in optical microscopy at Edmund Optics.

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