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Modular accessories adapt the Spectrolight Mighty Light Illuminator for tuning to a specific wavelength, fiber coupling, collimating, homogenizing, and more
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.
Learn how to specify imaging system components.
Learn how to set up a Spectrolight Flexible Wavelength Selector to tune the emitted wavelength range of a Spectrolight Mighty Light Illuminator
The Mighty Light is a self-contained, low-noise, tunable source of broadband visible and NIR light featuring a tungsten halogen lamp and output power up to 2W
Learn how to use a Spectrolight Flexible Wavelength Selector Basic to manually tune the emitted wavelength range of a Spectrolight Mighty Light Illuminator
Learn how to use a Spectrolight Flexible Wavelength Selector Auto to automatically tune the emitted wavelength range of a Spectrolight Mighty Light Illuminator
Join Nick Sischka, Vision Solutions Specialist and member of EO's Imaging Team, as he reviews some best practices to consider when designing an imaging system.
Nick Sischka explains why color consideration and illumination are so important for machine vision in this hands-on demonstration from the Edmund Optics 2021 Imaging Innovation Summit.
Acktar Advanced Coatings produces light-absorbing components and materials to control stray light and eliminate noise from specular reflection.
Fresnel lenses are composed of a series of concentric grooves etched into one side of a sheet of plastic. Fresnel lenses are unlike typical spherical or aspherical optical lenses.
Learn how to insert a liquid lens into a modular TECHSPEC Liquid Lens Cx Series Fixed Focal Length Lens Assembly from Edmund Optics.
Light pipes are optical components that are typically used to increase the uniformity of a light source or to direct light.
Join EO's Nick Sischka, Director of Imaging, as he inspects pipes for various defects using the TECHSPEC Telecentric Lens versus the TECHSPEC Hypercentric Lens.
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