Mirror Mounts - Motorized Mirror Mount, 2 Axis, 1/4"-20 thread with M6 adaptor, RS-232 control -- T-MM2-VSupplier: Zaber Technologies, Inc.
Description: The T-MM2-V is a computer controlled two axis low vacuum mirror mount with 1.5 urad (0.000086 deg) resolution and 187 mrad (10.5 deg) of angular travel. It is a stand alone unit requiring only a 15V power supply. It has a built-in controller and connects directly to the RS-232 port of any computer
- Mount Type: Mirror Mount
- Adjustment Type: Kinematic
- Mounted Object Shape: Circular
Supplier: Zadro Products, Inc.
Description: Power Zoom™ technology zooms in and out like a camera lens, adjusting the magnification to your exact specifications Motorized mirror adjusts the magnification in seconds, with the push of a button Adjusts from 1X to 5X Magnification LED Lighted for maximum lighting Digital Clock Fogless
- Mirror Types: Spherical Mirror
Supplier: Ircon, Inc.
Description: point sensors that measure a single point, the linescanner measures multiple temperature points across a scan line. Its motorized mirror scans at rates up to 150 lines per second, allowing rapid detection of temperature non-uniformities and hot spots. Rotating optics collect infrared radiation
- Device Category: Sensor / Transducer
- Technology: Optical Pyrometer
- Electrical Outputs: Other
- Sensor Type: Noncontact Infrared Temperature Sensor
Supplier: ABTech, Inc.
Description: 3d imaging and scanning, custom optical encoder and mirror mount
- Spindle Drive: Motorized
- Application: Other
- Configuration: Foot Mounted
- English or Metric: English
Security Systems - Infinity OMNI Plus bullet camera, 560 LINES,2.9 ~ 8.5mm 3X Motorized Zoom, 70ft IRSupplier: Addo Enterprises, Inc.
Description: Remote. Product Brochure Features: * 1/3" Sony Super HAD II CCD * 560 TV Line * OMNI Focus 2.9 ~ 8.5mm 3X Motorized Zoom, Auto Iris * 70ft Range IR with Intelligent Camera Sync * TDN (True Day and Night/TDN5) * Negative Imaging * Secondary Video-BNC Output for Easy Installation * Auto Sensing 24
Supplier: NET USA, Inc.
Description: 10 different Zoom lenses in compact size are available with high resolution, contrast and wide range of Zoom factor 3x, 6x, 8x and 10x. The zoom lenses is telecentric zoom lens with optical magnification from 075x to 4.5x. Microscope objective lens is attachable and motorized zoom is available
Supplier: Visual Sound, Inc.
Description: the show. You'll only see a hinged door in the ceiling, finished in white powder coat. Has dual first surface mirror system optical grade glass mirrors that are 94% reflective for optimum flatness and reflectivity. (First surface mirrors are delicate and we recommend you use our Mirror Cleaning Kit
- Type: LCD Display
Description: mirror design for vertically correct image Available with the full range of Quadra-Chek readout systems Digital protractor for accurate angle measurements, 1' resolution ±15° Workstage helix adjustment for accurate thread form inspection Fine adjustment on all axes, plus zero backlash
- Inspection Table Movement: Manual, Motorized, CNC
- Mounting: Benchtop
- Projection / Orientation: Horizontal, Vertical
- Image Projection: Inverted
Supplier: Advance Security Products
Description: ;re looking for easy of installation, no messy wires, audio, and more, then this is the PTZ camera for you. Specs: Image sensor-1/4" CCD Color Resolution Up to 30 frames at 176x120 Up to 30 frames at 352x240 Up to 15 frames at 704x480 MJPEG/MPEG4 Compression Selectable Motorized Pant
- Camera Function: Video
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Fast Steering Mirror Technology: Active Beam
or. access doors are opened and shut. Internal sources can. be some of the most difficult to accommodate since tra-. ditional vibration isolation is not as easily applied. Figure 1 Fast steering mirrors come in an integrated and compact package. Motorized stages and mirror mounts, active shutters,. 1
Active Beam Stabilization Between Optical Tables
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a final product whose mean value consistently matches the nominal dimension. This result will be reinforced by industry's gradual replacement of conventional mechanical motorized potentiometers with internal static voltage regulators. A precise digital device that eliminates the mechanics, hysteresis
Long Scan Autocorrelator
on the 2nd routing mirror, center the beam on. times are within a few hundred femtoseconds, then rapid. the iris. scanning and quick updates of the autocorrelation trace. can be achieved. In that case the computer controlled. motorized actuator should be installed on the Delay Line. 2 (see Appendix
Z-Scan for the Characterization of Transparent Optical Materials
in addition to the. Figure 2.1 illustrates the z-scan apparatus described in this. nonlinear properties of the material. note. An intense laser beam is sent through a “long” focal. length lens. A “thin” sample is translated through the beam. waist using a motorized translation stage. The beam after. focus
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering Microspectrometer
. For. imaging purposes a motorized XYZ stage can be used.9. Alternatively, the routing mirror before the focusing objective. FO can be replaced with an XY galvo scanner. The microscope. objective CO behind the sample, collimates the anti-Stokes. beam. The combination of a Razor Edge short pass filter
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CANopen messages transparently. The PFIP has 24 motion axes, 15 of which are motorized. The movements have to be executed smoothly and with high precision at various speeds, in particular at extremely slow speeds. The motion controller has to be able to perform several operations in different