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New Online Tool for Imaging Lens Selection

Supplier of imaging optics for biomedical and machine vision applications, Navitar, has released a new online lens selection tool called the Optical Wizard 2.0. The Optical Wizard extends the present functionality of the first-generation Optical Wizard and provides a more streamlined look.

Optical Wizard 2.0

The systematic process and user-friendly interface of the Optical Wizard 2.0 simplifies the process of lens selection and provides continuous optical vision solutions and support. The Optical Wizard 2.0 includes key enhancement features such as improved interactivity, wider screen display and extra visual elements. When users add additional accessories and items to finalize the lens setup, they can come across cleaner system comparisons and detailed descriptions of the lens system.

Navitar’s President, Jeremy Goldstein, stated that the company is happy about the new functionality and design of the latest online tool. The selector tool is suitable for locating imaging lens solutions for various applications such as wafer metrology, colony picking, fluorescence imaging, microfluidics, laser micromachining, SWIR hyperspectral imaging and flat panel inspection, he said.

Source: http://navitar.com

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