Aligning reflective surfaces and inspecting circuits on semiconductors or components on flat panel displays accurately can become difficult when e.g. deposition equipment is in the way. This is where the MML-ST series of telecentric high-performance lenses can help out thanks to their long working distance of 300 mm.
“These compact lenses can take a vital role in some demanding applications,” says Matthias Endig, Sales Manager Machine Vision Europe at SCHOTT in Mainz, Germany. “They are especially useful when a long working distance is required and a direct access to the object is hindered.”
As a distant observer, the new MML05-ST300DVI has a fixed magnification of 0.5x for a field of view (FOV) of up to 16 mm diagonally. The lens has a variable iris and is equipped with coaxial illumination. With its extremely low distortion of only 0.18%, the lens is designed for CCD sensors up to 1/2’’.
More information: www.schott.com/lightingimaging.