Economical and Repeatable Micro Imaging
When your application requires the repeatability and simplicity of fixed magnification imaging, specify the Optem FMOS. Leverage the same optical quality, illumination options, expanded functionality and modular flexibility of the field-proven Optem Zoom Lens Systems while enjoying fixed-magnification economy and simplicity.
NEW FMOS FEATURES
Zoom 125 Lower Module Adapter – (33-03-63-000)
Expand the Lower Module functionality of your FMOS with the versatility offered by the Optem Zoom 125 Lens System. Options include motorized fine focus, polarized fiber optic coaxial illumination, and large-FOV macro imaging across longer working distances.
Long-Working, Right-Angle Module – (29-90-66-000)
Turn your optical axis 90° for added system orientation flexibility in your application. This simple module integrates between the Upper Tube and Lower Module without sacrificing working distance and maintaining an upright image. Additionally, the LW Right-Angle Module allows you to incorporate Coaxial Illumination, Focus and/or Objectives below the right-angle.
Dual-Magnification Module – (29-90-67-000)
Simultaneously incorporate two magnifications and/or cameras above the same subject. The Dual-Mag Module also allows you to incorporate Coaxial Illumination, go to FMOS or Zoom 125 lower modules, or connect direct to Objectives for greater space efficiency. FMOS Fixed Tubes can also be mixed with Zoom 70 Upper Zooms above the Dual-Mag Module for added imaging versatility.
HOW TO SPECIFY YOUR FMOS
Identify your desired performance parameters within the FMOS Optical Performance Matrix in the brochure. Cross reference Fixed Magnification Upper Tubes (top axis) with the Lower Modules or Objectives (left axis) to arrive at the combination of components that yield your desired field-of-view, resolution, or working distance for your chosen camera format.
Once you have determined the Upper Tube and Lower Module, navigate through the System Diagram included in the brochure, identifying the part numbers needed to achieve the physical configuration, features and functions desired for your application.