Our NanoConoprobe with a 25mm lens at 3000 Hz was used in the application of cell phone window inspection. The NanoConoprobe is highly qualified for this application due to its ability to measure transparent objects. The measurements are performed at a rate of 3000 Hz without averaging.
The following parameters were measured in a single setup by the NanoConoprobe:
The cell phone window was measured and inspected using our NanoConoprobe with 25mm lens at 3000 Hz.
A demo of inspection on set up is shown in fig.1. A sample of the inspected window is shown in fig. 2.
|Figure 1-Object under measurement by the NanoConoprobe||Figure 2-Measurement regions of the inspected window|
The table below (table 1) shows measurements results at 4 positions as shown in fig. 2 above, for glass‐ coating height difference, glass roughness and coating roughness. All measurements were made by the same NanoConoprobe sensor and in one setup.
|Height Difference ( μm)||4.3||3.0||5.5||5.3|
|Glass Roughness Rq (μm)||0.074||0.072||0.076||0.081|
Black Coating Roughness Rq (μm)
The glass thickness was measured in the middle of the window along 7mm. The measurements were done by the NanoConoprobe using the reflection from the top and bottom surface simultaneously, and thickness measurements.
The glass thickness (before calculating the refraction index of the glass) was 0.646mm with STD of 285nm (0.285μm) and change in thickness (uniformity) along the 7mm of up to 1.5μm.
The thickness results are shown in figure 3 below.
The values given in figure 3 for the glass thickness need to be multiplied by the glass index of refraction (since we measured the reflection through the glass). After multiplying the measured thickness by the standard index of refraction of glass (1.54), the average thickness obtained is 0.995mm.This value was validated using micrometer.
|Working Range (mm)||1|
|Stand Off (mm)||16|
|Max. Data Rate (KHz)||3|