TCM16 series expanded: new telecentric solutions in machine vision

Opto Engineering is pleased to present you the brand new TC16M models for 35mm format sensors and 4k/8kpix line scan cameras.

Opto Engineering is pleased to present you the brand new TC16M models for 35mm format sensors and 4k/8kpix line scan cameras.

The new TC 16M 009, TC16M 012 and TC 16M 018 lenses expand the current TC16M series range to efficiently tackle high-mag and high-res applications in the machine vision industry.
Specifically, TC16M Series bi-telecentric lenses are ideal for extremely accurate measurement of engine parts, glass or metal sheets, PCBs, electronic components or LCDs.
Moreover, Opto Engineering has revamped the bi-telecentric optics' matrix chart with new specifications now including average and maximum production values for telecentricity and distortion: we pride ourselves on providing clear, transparent and effective information to make life easier for our customers.
For more information, please visit our website or contact our team at info@opto-engineering.com
We look forward to meeting you and further discuss the possibilities for successful cooperation.

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