The Zoom 6000 lenses provide high magnification, high resolution images suitable for the most advanced image processing vision systems.
Dynamic magnification range of 0.09-393X offers incredible versatility.
High contrast images and vivid colors help your equipment perform better.
0.01-125.68 mm field coverage allows you to view a wide range of parts.
Working distance can be varied from 34 to 390 mm.
Add infinity corrected objective lenses to achieve unmatched edge flatness and clarity.
Navitar's motorization design, available on the Zoom 6000 systems,integrates magnetic Hall-Effect sensors to reference position location.Hall-Effect sensors are solid state devices with no moving parts. They are based on the Hall-Effect, named after its discoverer Edwin Hall in 1879.
The Hall-Effect sensing mechanism utilizes a magnetic field to trigger a pulse in a semiconductor circuit. Compared to photo-electric sensors, the Hall-Effect sensors are not affected by harsh, dirty or dusty environments,
ambient room light, or variation in system voltages.
Our motorized zoom lenses include LabView VI and Windows user interface.
They can be controlled via serial RS-232 or USB. The control system is available as either table top or board level.
Users can choose to motorize the zoom and focus axis, or just the zoom.
We have three different motor types available:
2 Phase Stepping Motor (Faulhaber)
5 Phase Stepping Motor (Oriental, Vexta)
DC Servo with Encoder (Faulhaber)