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LC- 50 and LC-120 cen-
tering machines from
centering for high-volume lens manufacturers. They
feature automated loading and unloading capabilities,
combine the robot and stocker to save space, and are
NC-controlled. The LC- 50 has a lens range of 2 to 55
mm, and the LC-120 has 30 to 120 mm.
The 1280SciCam shortwave-infrared (SWIR) camera
has no ITAR export restrictions. It has a 1280 × 1024
image sensor on a 12 µm pitch, featuring long exposure times, low read noise, 14-bit digital output, and
full frame rates up to 95 Hz. Designed for advanced
scientific and astronomy applications, it detects light
from 0.4. to 1. 7 µm.
Princeton Infrared Technologies
Monmouth Junction, NJ
The ECSz3030 piezo drive offers an orientation-inde-pendent force of 8 N over a travel range of 5 mm, and
requires minimum installation space, for nanoposi-tioning of high loads such as cameras and detectors.
It is designed for lateral motion setups, and can be
combined with a range of rotators, goniometers, and
second-harmonic-generation ion laser produces continuous-wave deep
UV at 229, 244, or 257 nm, and can rapidly switch
between UV and multiple visible wavelengths from
457 to 514 nm. The TEM00 UV output is virtually
circular, enabling beam focusing down to 5 µm. It
includes a touch-screen interface connected by USB.