Alignment telescope and accessories

Organizational Unit

The Taylor-Hobson alignment telescope is an auto-collimator that allows high-precision optomechanical alignments. Its intrinsic error is below 3 seconds of arc and has a large set of targets and accessories, allowing great versatility. Currently we have two units of this alignment telescope.

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Optics Laboratory

The Optics Laboratory is specialized in the realization of all type of optical measurements, alignment and integration of instruments, prototype tests and characterization of components and optical systems in general.

View of the interferometer on a optical table in the laboratory. Optoelectronic device with in front of a large prism and a lens with a computer monitor with graphics on the back

Optical quality measurement interferometer

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Design, development and verification of optical systems

The IAC Technology Division has the capacity for developing complete optical elements and systems from the design stages to manufacturing follow-up, integration and final verification.

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