What is an Autocollimator? An autocollimator is an optical instrument that is used to measure small angles with very high sensitivity. As such, the autocollimator has a wide variety of applications including precision alignment, detection of angular movement, verification of angle standards, and angular monitoring over long periods. Principles of Operation The autocollimator projects a beam of collimated light. An external reflector reflects all or part of the beam back into the instrument where the beam is focused and detected by a photodetector.
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The large variety of the set-ups is, however, a combination of basic optical instruments known as collimator, industrial telescope, diopter telescope, dynameter, autocollimator as well as mechanical hardware for positioning of the basic optical instruments. Reticle and filter changers are optionally available. Cost effectivity The modular design allows highest cost effectiveness due to identical basic components in each configuration. Flexibility Unlimited flexibility in test setups with basic components to cover current and future applications. The basic components are interchangeable and compatible with each other. In addition, there is a large selection of reticles, which can also be custom-made if required.
History[ edit ] An English physicist Henry Kater was the inventor of the floating collimator , which rendered a great service to practical astronomy. He reported about his invention in January This can be used to replicate a target focused at infinity with little or no parallax. In lighting , collimators are typically designed using the principles of nonimaging optics. Optical collimators are also used as gun sights in the collimator sight , which is a simple optical collimator with a cross hair or some other reticle at its focus. The viewer only sees an image of the reticle. They have to use it either with both eyes open and one eye looking into the collimator sight, with one eye open and moving the head to alternately see the sight and the target, or with one eye to partially see the sight and target at the same time.
We have in-house infrastructure capabilities for all the processes involved in the manufacture of our products. This helps us to have total control of quality in our products and services. Our core competency is in prototype development and low volume production of opto-mechanical devices and systems where skilled labour is the major input. Our location in INDIA enables us to be the most cost effective in this field of activity compared to any other company in the world. The products described in this website constitute only the standard items we manufacture for research and industrial market.