Subject: TRIOPTICS: Image quality testing from -40 °C to 120 °C

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April 16, 2021
ImageMaster® HR TempControl
Temperature-dependent image quality measurement of lenses

Are your lenses used in environments where they are exposed to extreme temperatures? Especially in safety-critical applications, e.g. in the automotive or defense sector, it is very important to determine the influence of temperature on image quality, focus position and focal length. This is the only way to ensure that the camera provides reliable images in all situations.

The ImageMaster® HR TempControl measures the temperature influence on the flange focal length with highest accuracy of ±1 µm. It also provides temperature-dependent measurement values for image quality and effective focal length over a wide temperature range.

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ImageMaster® HR TempControl
Measurement range from -40 °C to +120 °C
For highly precise temperature-dependent testing of lenses used under varying or extreme temperatures, the ImageMaster® HR TempControl measures over a wide temperature range from -40 °C to +120 °C. In addition to the determination of the image quality (MTF), the change of the flange focal length (FFL) as well as the effective focal length (EFL) with temperature changes are the key measurement parameters.

Our sales engineer
Magnus Nahlinger
Magnus Nahlinger has a degree in physical engineering from Lübeck University of Applied Sciences. He has been working in the field of optical measurement technology for 10 years, initially as a product manager and later in sales. At TRIOPTICS he is responsible for the products ImageMaster® HR and Universal as well as ProCam®.

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