Type AKRV CCD - 90°-viewing - focusable
In the case of variable-focus autocollimators with a C-mount camera connection, the CCD- or CMOS-chip-surface of a C-mount camera is located in the image plane of the objective instead of the eyepiece reticle. The camera thereby records the image of the collimator reticle. The displacement of the reflected image can be determined on a screen or with a PC/laptop with appropriate software. Camera, PC/Laptop and software are not part of the delivery.