Latest New Scale Technologies focus module boosts OEM camera performance

The world’s only all-in-one focus system for OEM cameras is now improved, with three-times greater dynamic tilt and linear accuracy for industrial, medical and scientific applications.

New Scale Technologies' mini all-in-one focus module has improved tilt, accuracy and dynamic stability for high-performance embedded camera systems
New Scale Technologies’ mini all-in-one focus module has improved tilt, accuracy and
dynamic stability for high-performance embedded camera systems

New Scale Technologies of Victor has released the M3-FS focus module, a drop-in replacement for its original M3-F system, with compatible size and identical electrical connections and software commands. Its superior dynamic stability minimizes pixel shift with changing camera orientation, making it ideal for use in hand-held, portable and mobile camera systems.

Like its predecessor, the M3-FS features embedded closed-loop control and takes simple, high-level motion commands from the camera processor. It operates on 3.3 VDC with very low power needed to move the lens, and zero power needed to hold the lens in position, which makes the M3-FS ideal for battery-powered devices.

“The new M3-FS offers even higher performance in the same, easy-to-integrate platform,” said New Scale’s Chief Technical Officer David Henderson.

The module’s aluminum structure and internal ball-bearing guide improves accuracy over its predecessor’s molded polymer construction and internal pin-bushing lens guide. The M3-FS accepts lens diameters up to M16.

For more information, go to:

NSTsales@newscaletech.com

 

 

 

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