Fixed Focal Length Lenses are imaging lens assemblies designed with a single angular field of view, also known as constant focal length. These imaging lenses typically have a minimum working distance, but no maximum, extending performance out to infinity. A wide variety of Fixed Focal Length Lenses and C-Mount Lenses in a range of sizes, anti-reflection coatings, sensor coverage, resolving powers (MTF), focal lengths, or working distances are available.
Telecentric Lenses are used in imaging systems to make objects appear to be the same size independent of their location in space. Telecentric Lenses remove the perspective or parallax error that makes closer objects appear to be larger than objects farther from the lens, increasing measurement accuracy compared to conventional lenses. Telecentric Lenses are available with a range of features for a variety of machine vision or inspection applications.
M12 Lenses, also referred to as S-Mount Lenses or Micro-Video Lenses, are board lenses used to focus an image onto a camera sensor. These S-Mount Lenses are compact imaging lenses designed for use with many small format industrial cameras. A wide range of S-Mount Lenses designed for use in the visible to near-infrared spectra or within harsh environment are available.
Microscope objectives are ideal for many general imaging needs or in applications that do not require multiple magnifications. Without the need for additional adjustment, these lenses ease system implementation or setup. A wide selection of magnifications is available to fit any number of imaging or image magnification needs.
Liquid Lenses are mechanically or electrically controlled cells containing optical-grade liquid that change shape when a current or voltage is applied. Liquid Lenses can be integrated into imaging lenses for machine vision and are ideal for applications that require rapid focusing, high throughput, as well as depth of field and working distance accommodation.
Zoom Lenses allow a camera or other imaging system to be easily setup without the need for lengthy or complex refocusing or recalibration. Zoom Lenses are ideal choices for most applications that require multiple magnifications or for those that prohibit continual manual refocusing.
Variable Magnification Lenses provide a greater degree of control by allowing for manual refocusing, which makes them ideal for many applications that do not require automated magnification adjustment. Variable Magnification Lenses are also low-cost alternatives to other automatically refocusing lenses.
Relay Lenses are used to extend imaging systems or invert images for use in a range of imaging applications including microscopy, inspection, or life sciences. Relay Lenses use arrays or imaging lenses placed behind eyepieces to extend the length of imaging systems, such as in microscopes, endoscopes, or where proximity to a viewed object is not feasible.
Imaging Lens Accessories extend the features and capabilities of your imaging lenses in a machine vision system. Key accessories include right angle adapters, spacer rings, mount type adapters, imaging filters, and much more.
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