Optical Inspection Equipment1,957 Results
Arms, Mounts, Stands
Arms, mounts, and stands hold or position tools and devices to provide stability, added function or hands-free use. Articulating, flexible, and telescoping arms are useful for tools, microphones, and work lighting. Mounts include surface, edge or wall brackets and are used to add stability, unobstructed workspaces or directional motion such as manual focusing. Floor and work surface stands provide temporary support of tools and workpieces providing reposition flexibility.
A Camera is optical equipment that produces digital images or record moving images saved to an SD card. The camera types are CCD 1/1.8”, CCD ½”, CCD 1/3”, CMOS ½’, CMOS 1/2.5”, CMOS 1/2.8”, CMOS 1/3”, and CMOS ¼” with a megapixels of 0.9, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 2, 3, 3.1, 3.3, and 5 and frames per second being 5, 6, 11, 12, 15, 28, 30, 45, or 60.
Eyepieces and lenses for use with optical inspection equipment and microscopes are categorized by manufacturer's series identifiers and by magnification power or magnification range. Eyepiece magnification from 2x to 50x and lens magnification from 0.4x to 10x are selectable.
Products in the illumination source family are used for providing supplemental lighting specifically for optical inspection applications. Remote light sources and compatible fiber optic gooseneck and ring lights are included, as well as similar products having integral light sources. Devices or systems for general lighting applications are not included and catalogued separately.
Lamps - Magnifying, Task
Magnifying and task lamps allow placement of hands-free light sources in the work area. Lamp options may include magnifiers, flexible and articulating arms and exhaust fans for vapor, fume and smoke dispersion or extraction. Selection parameters include type of light source such as fluorescent, halogen, incandescent and LED, arm length, color, and lens style and size. Mounting options include edge clamp, base, headband, handheld, screw mount, and wall mount.
Loupes and Magnifiers are equipment designed to help users view small objects by magnifying them through an optical lens. Both handheld and head mounted types are available with magnification ranges from 2x to 20x, and lens sizes from under 0.5 to 2.5 inches.
Machine Vision - Accessories
Machine vision accessories are designed for use with hardware systems that provide imaging-based automatic inspection and analysis for such industrial applications as automatic inspection, process control, and robot guidance. Accessories include adaptors, mounting hardware, battery cells, chargers and compartments, cable assemblies, communications modules, connectors, diffusers, extensions LEDs, lens guides, sensor and filter mounts, filters, stands, control and input devices, and attachments.
Machine Vision - Lenses
Machine vision lenses are designed for use with hardware systems that provide imaging-based automatic inspection and analysis for such industrial applications as automatic inspection, process control, and robot guidance. Typical focal ranges include macro, standard, telephoto and wide angle with focal lengths from 2.8 mm to 100 mm. Lenses are selected by compatible image sensor size such as 1 inch, 1/3 inch, 1/2 inch, 1.8 inch and 2/3 inch.
Products in the microscope family use optics alone or in conjunction with digital imaging technology to allow objects of small size to be viewed or photographed. Commonly used in electronics contexts for manual visual inspection of components or completed assemblies, they are also used to aid manual assembly of systems or devices incorporating components too small to be viewed conveniently or accurately with the unaided eye.
Video Inspection Systems
Video Inspection Systems are equipment and tools that aid in visual inspection of electronic circuit boards and devices by allowing high power magnification, typically 1x to over 50x, at ranges of only a few inches. Images from the field of view are typically displayed on a high definition LCD screen either handheld or mounted on a boom.