VI-1010 Visible VideoMTF® Image Analyzer
This VideoMTF® image analyzer uses a high sensitivity CCD camera to acquire the image formed by visible to near-infrared optical systems. The main body includes an integral tube lens for image relay from infinite conjugate microscope objectives. A reflex finder with flip mirror facilitates image alignment.
GigE camera with Sony EXview HAD CCD II offers improved sensitivity, dynamic range, and noise characteristics
- Flip-mirror microscope assembly to switch between electronic imaging with CCD camera and direct manual view with 60 degree inclined eyepiece assembly
- Standard Nikon mount for interchangeable microscope objectives
- Adjustable exposure time to accommodate a wide range of UUT f/#s
- Features a dovetail mount for quick attachment to image analyzer mount.
- Capability for 2×2 and 4×4 pixel binning for increased sensitivity
- Apochromat tube lens
|Spectral response (typical)||400-1000nm|
|Detector type||Sony ICX694 CCD (6MP)|
|Detector format (H x V)||2736 (H) x 2192 (V) pixels,
4.54um pixel size
|Video output||14-bit digital data|
Optikos offers VideoMTF® image analyzers based on several different types of sensors. If a specific test requires a different camera than those listed, it is likely that we can integrate a customer-specified analog or digital camera for use with a VideoMTF® system.
Visible Microscope Objectives
All Optikos microscope objectives for image analyzers are plan apochromats with chromatic aberration corrected over a broader range than standard achromats. A high quality relay optic magnifies the image of the optical system under test to increase the range of spatial frequency measured. High N.A. objectives capture the entire output of fast optics or systems working at large off-axis angles. Other special purpose objectives can be supplied upon request.
MO-40 Visible Microscope Objective shown on the VI-100 Visible VideoMTF Image Analyzer.
VI-2000 SWIR VideoMTF® Image Analyzer
The VI-2000 SWIR VideoMTF ® Image Analyzer is similar to its visible counterpart, the VI-1000, although the detector is a vidicon sensor. The flip mirror is retained as an alignment aid using visible light. NIR Microscope Objectives sold separately.
- InGaS Sensor
- Spectral responsivity 900-1700nm
- Camera Link digital output (includes framegrabber in control computer)
- Tube lens included
NIR Microscope Objectives
VI-4000 LWIR Video MTF® Video Image Analyzer
The LWIR Image Analyzer is composed of a microbolometer focal plane array and an infrared relay lens for VideoMTF ® testing in the 8-12 mm spectral range.
|Spectral response (typical)||7 – 14 μm|
|Detector type||Uncooled microbolometer,TE stabilized|
|Detector format (H x V)||15 mm x 11 mm (320 x 240 pixels)|
|Warm-up time (typical)||< 25 seconds @ 25° C|
|Video output||Camera Link|
|Relay lens (included)||7.5X,N.A.0.7|