12X Zoom is the next generation in video zoom optics.
With a numeric aperture of 0.018 - 0.1 and a nominal
zoom range of 0.58 - 7X, the 12X is the only single
lens system to provide such a high combination of
zoom range and resolution. This outstanding combination
of video clarity and zoom range, coupled with unprecedented
field coverage, means that manufacturers will now
be able to view a wider range of parts with a single
video inspection system.
12X Zoom system is designed on a modular basis, offering
optical quality and mechanical flexibility. This interchangeable
design, combined with a wide range of lens adapters
and attachments, allows you to easily choose the magnification,
field of view and working distance that best suit
your viewing needs. In fact, the new 12X Zoom system
is even compatible with existing Zoom 6000 adapters
and TenX front-end lens attachments.*
12X Zoom models have a 12X parfocal zoom lens system
with a high N.A. to achieve higher resolution and
improved optical clarity. Working distance can be
varied from 37mm (1.5") to 334mm (13.2")
and fields of view can be achieved from 0.27mm to
The 12X Zoom system is ideal for use in the inspection
of a wide range of products, such as semiconductor
chips, PC boards and BGAs. It increases productivity
by eliminating the need to change components to view
a wider range of parts. It's easy to use and displays
crisp, clear images on any monitor for individual
or group viewing.
12X Zoom delivers unbeatable accuracy and repeatability
for even the toughest die bonding and BGA applications.
Superb Navitar optics deliver remarkably high contrast,
high resolution video images. The 12:1 zoom ratio
provides an incredible magnification range that allows
both high magnification for precision measurement
and inspection, as well as low magnification for a
wider field of view. Bonding, probing, scribing and
aligning applications can all be performed better
and more accurately than with any other zoom lens
on the market.
are components positioned between the zoom lens and
the CCD, while attachments are components positioned
between the zoom lens and the object.