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Technologie CCMP

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A chromatic lens L generates the image of a point source of white light W as a continuum of monochromatic images located on the optical axis ("chromatic coding").

A sample is located within the color-coded segment and its surface scatters the incident light beam.

The backscattered light passes through the chromatic lens L in the opposite direction and arrives at a pinhole P that filters out all but one wavelength, λM.

The collected light is analyzed by an S spectrometer.
The position of the sample (M-point) is directly related to the detected wavelength.

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The beam of the CCMP sensor is extremely small compared to a 1 mm ball. Furthermore, there is no influence due to material deformation during measurement.

The CCMP beam allows you to search for reversal points in extremely small areas not accessible to a contact sensor.