Machine Vision Lenses
Apexel's high-performance machine vision lenses leverage cutting-edge optical design expertise to ensure accurate imaging performance for machine vision systems used during assembly and inspection on production lines.
Machine vision lenses
Machine Vision Lenses & High Resolution Lens Assemblies from Apexel
Apexel manufactures custom and standard lenses for robotics and other machine vision applications. Lens assemblies for scanners, CCTV, CCD/CMOS, medical imaging, surveillance systems, and night vision systems.
Sensors are manufactured much the same way as memory chips or microprocessors, the main difference is that CCD sensors are manufactured under a patented process, while CMOS sensors are a more innovative cycle for manufacturers.
A total of 99 types of large field of view bilateral telecentric lenses
A total of 13 kinds of parallel light backlight sources have a full range of products
15 fields of view
35mm, 45mm, 55mm, 65mm, 80mm, 90mm, 100mm, 120mm 135mm, 150mm, 180mm, 195mm, 240mm, 265mm, 310mm
The lens supports 7 chip sizes
The maximum chip size that can correspond to is 82mm
Apexel Bi-Telecentric Technology
*MTF stands for Modulation Transfer Function (spatial frequency). This shows that when the lens forms black and white pattern bars of continuously varying intensity, the contrast decreases in the number of black and white pattern bars per millimeter of image plane. MTF is a method of evaluating the ability of a lens to reproduce contrast. Apexel uses MTF to check both image formation and contrast from the center to the edge of the image area.
- Designed to position the chief ray parallel to the optical axis of the lens on the object and image sides by controlling the angle of view to “near zero”
- Image side magnification is maintained regardless of how close/far the object is located, providing an ideal solution for dimensional measurements
- High-precision measurement even if the object is positioned at an angle or at different heights
The sensor has a constant angle of incidence, produces fewer shadows, and produces images with very uniform brightness
In addition to reducing the effects of object position shifts, stable, repeatable measurements are possible even if the camera or sensor mounts are not firmly fixed along the optical axis
High-resolution, ultra-low distortion, anti-vibration design, multiple optical correction methods to minimize aberrations, maintain high resolution, focus and aperture locking devices can reduce the impact of vibration impact on the image, Guarantee high definition of images
High-resolution, ultra-low distortion, anti-vibration design, multiple optical correction methods to minimize aberrations, maintain high resolution, focus and aperture locking devices can reduce the impact of vibration impact on the image, Guarantee high definition of images.
Apexel has full design capability paired with years of manufacturing experience allowing us to produce any special lens…. in any quantity!
Contact our application engineers for custom lens solutions. We will assist you with all design considerations, from robot lens design, lens assembly and overall design specifications, budgets and schedules.