Automated iris diaphragm

Dec. 1, 1995
The RCI-100 remote-control iris can be used for automated control of light throughput or field of view of a lidar or other electro-optic detection system. The iris has a aperture range from 2 to 20 mm and can be controlled to an accuracy of less than 0.25 mm. The device can be controlled via either an RS-232A or RS-485 interface. An optional controller is based on the Apple Newton.

Automated iris diaphragm

The RCI-100 remote-control iris can be used for automated control of light throughput or field of view of a lidar or other electro-optic detection system. The iris has a aperture range from 2 to 20 mm and can be controlled to an accuracy of less than 0.25 mm. The device can be controlled via either an RS-232A or RS-485 interface. An optional controller is based on the Apple Newton.

Orca Photonic Systems, Redmond, WA

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