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Definition: Collimating eyepiece
eyepiece \eye"piece`\ eye-piece \eye"-piece`\, n. (Opt.)
The lens, or combination of lenses, at the eye end of a
microscope, telescope or other optical instrument, through
which the image formed by the mirror or object glass is
Collimating eyepiece. See under Collimate.
Negative, or Huyghenian, eyepiece, an eyepiece
consisting of two plano-convex lenses with their curved
surfaces turned toward the object glass, and separated
from each other by about half the sum of their focal
distances, the image viewed by the eye being formed
between the two lenses. it was devised by Huyghens, who
applied it to the telescope. Campani applied it to the
microscope, whence it is sometimes called Campani's eyepiece
Positive eyepiece, an eyepiece consisting of two
plano-convex lenses placed with their curved surfaces
toward each other, and separated by a distance somewhat
less than the focal distance of the one nearest eye, the
image of the object viewed being beyond both lenses; --
called also, from the name of the inventor, Ramsden's eyepiece
terrestrial, or Erecting eyepiece, an eyepiece used in
telescopes for viewing terrestrial objects, consisting of
three, or usually four, lenses, so arranged as to present
the image of the object viewed in an erect position.
Collimate \Col"li*mate\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Collimated; p. p.
& vb. n. Collimating.] [See Collimation.] (Physics &
To render parallel to a certain line or direction; to bring
into the same line, as the axes of telescopes, etc.; to
render parallel, as rays of light.
Collimating eyepiece, an eyepiece with a diagonal reflector
for illumination, used to determine the error of
collimation in a transit instrument by observing the image
of a cross wire reflected from mercury, and comparing its
position in the field with that of the same wire seen
Collimating lens (Optics), a lens used for producing
parallel rays of light.