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01-06-2015 | Issue 3/2015

Measurement Techniques 3/2015

An Investigation of the Precision Characteristics of a Device Based on Pentaprisms for Parallel Transfer of a Beam of Laser Radiation

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Measurement Techniques > Issue 3/2015
Authors:
T. S. Piskunov, N. V. Baryshnikov, I. V. Zhivotovskii
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Translated from Izmeritel’naya Tekhnika, No. 3, pp. 34−38, March, 2015.
The precision characteristics of devices based on two pairs of pentaprisms for parallel transfer of a beam of laser radiation are considered. The structure of the error of such devices is investigated. The article proposes a mathematical model by means of which the precision requirements of the initial setting of the pentaprisms and an algorithm for compensation of the error of parallel transfer by initial adjustment of the system may be determined.

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