Resolve Optics Ltd
HP5 2PT Chesham - United Kingdom
An interview with Mark Pontin, Managing Director at Resolve Optics Ltd.
The company specialises in design, development and manufacture of custom lenses and optical modules.
Optics play an important part if you want to get the best possible results with your instrument, sensor or camera system. We interviewed Mark Pontin, Managing Director of Resolve Optics, about how this can be assured.
Making the perfect match for your application
Specialist systems operate up to 950°C without the need for additional cooling equipment
High performance D-mounts with anti-reflective coatings
An interview with Mark Pontin, Managing Director of Resolve Optics about the decisions that have to be made for the best optical inspection results.
Safe monitoring of glass vitrification process of radioactive waste
Fixed focus and zoom lens optimised to operate in the ultraviolet region
Mark Pontin, Managing Director of Resolve Optics Ltd., explained in this exclusive interview how optics have played a central role in the transformation of modern manufacturing processes
In its UK optical assembly facility, Resolve optics introduced an automated modulation transfer function, a distortion test centre, and a precision lens system centring station
Driven by safety considerations the Nuclear Industry has a desire for higher and higher resolution, remote viewing of its operational facilities. For this reason, the uptake of CMOS colour sensors in place of traditional monochrome cameras is increasing
Operating in the infrared (IR) region (1-14 microns) for demanding applications
For safe remote viewing of nuclear fuel assemblies through 10 metres of water
The new 6mm focal length Model 214 and 9mm focal length Model 286 lenses deliver high image resolution (f2) and minimal geometric distortion from 400 - 750 nm
for harsh environments
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