Since 1932 Davidson Optronics, Inc. has built a reputation for supplying precision optics and fine optical instruments. Laboratories, observatories, and manufacturers throughout the world are using precision Davidson optics and instruments for metrology, aerospace, astronomical, military, medical, life science, industrial, automotive and commercial applications.
In 2017, Davidson Optronics, Inc. was merged into its parent company Trioptics, Inc. (http://www.trioptics-usa.com) which continues to produce highest-quality products under the Davidson Optronics brand and supports Davidson Optronics customers with calibration and repair services.
The Davidson D-275 Automatic Autocollimating Alignment Telescope (AAT) focuses from 40 cm to infinity, to align and measure the location and angular orientation of any number of targets along its optical axis.
- Only fully automated telescope for alignment and/or measurement of 5-axis of components in optical beam paths and subassemblies
- Since the mechanical axis of the tube and the optical axis of the instrument are parallel within 1 arc second, the instrument is easily adaptable to mounts, jigs, stages, and setups using a dial indicator.
- A reflective surface may be established normal to the optical axis by utilizing the autocollimating feature. The D-275 AAT provides the flexibility to align most complex optical assemblies and beam paths.
- Calibration certified & traceable to NIST standards
- Remotely controllable using TCP/IP
The industry standard for surface quality inspection.
- Multiple illumination modes for inspecting to MIL-PRF-13830B
- Transmitted methods 1 and 2
- Reflected method C (APPENDIX C)
- Complies with photometric specifications defined in ANSI/OEOSC OP1.002 and ISO 14997
- Overall size (H x D x W): 20 x 19 x 20 inch (508 x 483 x 508 mm)
- Weight: 30 lbs (17 kg)
The Davidson D-668 is the only commercially available set with a certification based on the same equipment and operating procedures used by the US Army ARDEC at Picatinny Arsenal.
- ANSI/OEOSC OP1.002:2009 Visibility Method
- ISO 10110-7