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ImageMaster® PRO 9

MTF Testing with Outstanding Speed and Performance

ImageMaster PRO 9

ImageMaster PRO 9

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June 19, 2013

TRIOPTICS introduces the ImageMaster® PRO 9, the fastest and most accurate
MTF measurement system for qualifying mobile phone lenses and other miniature
objectives. It is the result of various improvements of the well-known ImageMaster®
PRO 5 and enables the customer to dramatically increase their yield. Faster MTF
algorithms reduce the test cycle time to 1.5 seconds per sample so that a 3.5 times
higher throughput compared to the ImageMaster® PRO 5 is achieved. The excellent
accuracy of 1% MTF on-axis and 2% MTF off-axis combined with the automated tilt
correction of the sample leads to an outstanding yield. With a spatial frequency of
600 lp/mm and with up to 49 measurement points in 25 field positions, the
ImageMaster® PRO 9 is ready for the upcoming high resolution megapixel cameras.

Outstanding Speed and Performance
As a result of various improvements the ImageMaster ® PRO 9 enables customers to dramatically increase their yield. It is the fastest and most accurate MTF measurement system on the market for qualifying mobile phone lenses and other miniature objectives. Besides the new software architecture and functions, the more precise mechanical components lead to best performance in accuracy, reliability and measurement speed. Faster MTF algorithms reduce the test cycle time so that an outstanding throughput is achieved.

The ImageMaster® PRO 9 is 3.5 times faster than the ImageMaster® PRO 5 and can measure up to 9.8 million lenses more per year compared to its predecessor as shown in the diagram below.

The exceptional innovations make this MTF production tester ready for future needs and upcoming high resolution megapixel lenses.

Software
The recognized ImageMaster® PRO software has been further improved. It convinces with increased speed, advanced performance and clearly displayed test results. The optimized MTF algorithms are the result of the continuous improvement and long experience of TRIOPTICS in the field of MTF measurement.

For more information:
www.trioptics.com