Lens Testing

The system measures minute angular displacements for various optical setups and alignment tasks. The system offers portable, compact and accurate beam alignment solution. Our precision electronic autocollimator has built in adjustment features, such as leveling bubble, adjustment pan tilt knobs enhancing the unprecedented alignment ...


Measurement Capabilities: MTF
Resolution: 0.1 seconds
Accuracy: 2.5 seconds
Clear Aperature: 36 mm
Weight (incl. Table): 2.5 kg
Data Sheet
Whatever You Design, You Can Measure Optical designers and fabricators understand that lens elements and optical systems are seldom perfect. Despite the presence of the most sophisticated design and manufacturing techniques, lenses can still vary considerably in quality. Optikos is a leader and pioneer in lens and image testing, and ...


Measurement Capabilities: MTF, Through-Focus MTF, Depth of Focus, Blur Spot Size, Astigmatism, Effective Focal Length, Field Curvature, Chief Ray Angle, Encircled Energy, Axial Color, Lateral Color, Line of Sight, Transmission, Stray Light, Distortion, Distortion
Data Sheet
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Despite advanced technology and the most sophisticated manufacturing techniques, lenses can still differ considerably in quality. Lens testing equipment is used for inspecting properties of lenses such as flatness, surface roughness, distortion, and depth of focus, which can give a direct and quantitative measure of image quality. Additionally, lens testing equipment allows users to identify the surface quality of a lens, such as if it has any defects like scratches or pits. This technology ensures that optical systems including cameras, contact lenses, video systems, fax machines, and copiers perform at a predetermined level of image integrity.