RAM Optical Instrumentation


SprintMVP 1500-1552Automatic Large Area Measurement Systems

SparkMVP large capacity measurement systems offer fully automatic, non-contact measurement for very large parts or groups of parts. Configurable objective lenses and backtubes offer a range of magnifications and field of view sizes.

SprintMVP Features:

  • High resolution fixed lens optical system and digital megapixel metrology camera with 3:1 electronic zoom
  • Configurable objective lenses and backtube for 1.0x to 10x optical magnification range
  • Moving bridge design convenient for part loading/unloading
  • 3 different large capacity standard travel ranges to choose from

Powered by Measure-X® Metrology Software

Measure-X makes it easy for QVI SparkMVP to accurately measure fine features that require multi-step measurement routines, automatically combining autofocus, edge detection, programmable lighting, laser scanning and touch probing.

Key Features

Imaging Optics
Fixed lens optics with factory configurable back tube and field interchangeable front lens options
Stage Drive System
Moving bridge style XYZ transport, with dual Y-axis drives and scales
LED coaxial surface light, LED backlight, Conical VectorLight™ programmable LED ring light with 5 rings and 8 sectors | Optional: Fresnel VectorLight programmable LED ring light with 6 rings and 8 sectors for use with long working distance 1.0X lens
Miscellaneous Options
TP20 touch probe and change rack, Through-the-lens (TTL) laser, rotary indexer, digital I/O capability
Software Options
Measure-X®, MeasureFit®, SmartReport®, CAD interface, SmartFeature® software for FDA compliant environments


RAM SparkMVP 1500-1552Download the SparkMVP datasheet to learn more about this product and how it can work for you.

SparkMVP 1500-1552 Datasheet



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