Trimos Optical Measurement with [TR Scan with DHM sensors]

Trimos Optical Measurement with [TR Scan with DHM sensors]

DHM – Digital Holographic Microscopy Technology

Digital Holographic Microscopy (DHM) is the generation of computer images of a sample using holographic techniques. A hologram results from the interference between the object wave reflected from a sample and magnified by a microscope objective, and a reference wave. Using a laser source, the small angle between the waves exhibits fringes that carry the phase and amplitude information in a single image – the hologram which is captured on a digital camera in a few microseconds. The captured image is transmitted to a computer where numerical procedures are applied to reconstruct a 3D image of the sample. This process is called “image reconstruction”. The innovation of the DHM™ patented technology is the intervention of digital processing at a level that had not been reached so far in microscopy.

Trimos  proposes 14 different Optical Measurement products based on our 5 key technologies: CCMP1 (Chromatic Confocal Microscopy Point 1), CCMP2 (Chromatic Confocal Microscopy Point 2), DHM (Digital Holograhic Microscopy), WLI (White Light Interferometry) and CCML1 (Chromatic Confocal Microscopy Line).


Description

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR DHM

DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHIC MICROSCOPY TECHNOLOGY

The fastest way for polished surfaces

Very insensitive to vibrations, this technology allows extremely fast measurements on polished reflective surfaces.

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1) values can vary, depending on the texture of the parts

 


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  • TRSCAN with 3 CNC Axes ( Z / X / Y )
  • DHMSx head and reference mirror ( only 1 head S1 or S2 or S3 )
  • 2 Screen TFT 19”
  • Workstation Dell with Windows Seven 64 bits Ultimate
  • Trimos Measurement and Trimos Analysis STT software

Application : Roughness and microtopography only on reflective parts