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MCZR series – 4x macro revolver with motorized control

30 Oct 2013

Opto Engineering´s new MCZR series of multiple-magnification optical systems combine high resolution imaging with the flexibility of object format changing.

Unlike conventional zoom systems, the MCZR optical systems have been specifically designed to work as macro lenses while the optical system ensures the same optical performances of very high-resolution fixed focal lenses. The device can be both automatically and manually set to one of the four available magnifications. This opto-mechanical solution ensures that both magnification and image centering are maintained when returning to a specific configuration.

Perfect magnification constancy

Some of the key advantages of the MCZR systems are their perfect magnification constancy that doesn´t require re-calibration after zooming, their perfect parfocality as there is no need to re-focus when changing the magnification, their excellent image centre stability as each magnification maintains its field of view centre and the full motorization control: The zoom magnification is set either manually or via software.

Perfect for quality inspection and code reading

All of these features make these optical products the perfect candidate for all those on-line applications requiring frequent changes of format and high quality images provided by the same lens. The MCZR optical systems can provide a perfect solution e.g. for checking registration marks, the quality inspection of different sized objects or for package and code reading.

Opto Engineering MC ZR - Multiple-magnification optical systems
  • High resolution optical systems to work as macro lenses
  • Flexible for object format changing
  • Four magnifications can be set automatically or manually
Opto Engineering

Mantova, Italy

Opto Engineering have been designing and manufacturing optical and illumination systems for the machine vision industry since 2002.