Navitar's Lens Systems Now Available with Near Infrared Coatings

Navitar’s flagship high-magnification Zoom 6000, 12X and Precise Eye lens systems are now available with Near Infrared (NIR) coatings. The new NIR systems are optimized for imaging in the 700-1550nm wavelength. These proven systems incorporate high resolution and unparalleled sensitivity, and offer zoom magnification ranges from 0.09X to 228X or fixed magnification from 0.30X to 91X. These high-quality machine optics were developed to answer customer demand for a cost-effective NIR lens option.

Navitar’s Zoom 6000, 12X and Precise Eye NIR versions are designed for a broad range of manufacturing applications including backside photomask registration, SOI bond inspection, internal silicon structure and photoemission microscopy.

Field of view (FOV) and magnification remain unchanged from the non-NIR systems. The flexible modular systems allow for a customized solution. Both zoom or fixed options are available with detents, and apertures. The motorized Zoom 6000 NIR and 12X NIR systems facilitate automation of the inspection process beyond manual systems.

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