Schneider C-Mount 10mm f/1.9-16 Cinegon Motorized Compact P-Iris Lens with Lockable Focus

BH #SC1910CPI • MFR #22-1061374
Schneider C-Mount 10mm f/1.9-16 Cinegon Motorized Compact P-Iris Lens with Lockable Focus
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Schneider Cinegon Overview

The C-Mount 10mm f/1.9-16 Cinegon Motorized Compact P-Iris Lens from Schneider is suitable for machine vision, 3D measurement, traffic, robot vision, food processing, and medical applications. It is designed for use with cameras with 1" format sensors and produces a 16mm image circle.

The DC stepper motor, along with the industrial P-Iris connector, enables the use of the existing optical design and lockable focus mechanism with a variable iris control for optimum use of light. With reliable mechanics for more than 100,000 cycles, this lens is suitable for industrial applications.

Plug-and-play industrial P-Iris connector
DC stepper motor for digital control
Reliable mechanics for more than 100,000 cycles
Filter adapter available separately to accept M62 x 0.75 filters
Applications: Machine vision and other imaging applications, 3D measurement, traffic, medical, robot vision, food processing

Schneider Cinegon Specs

Focal Length10 mm
Aperturef/1.9 to 16
Image Circle16 mm
Back Focus (in air)17.52 mm
Filter ThreadM62 x 0.75
Motor Type2-phase, bipolar stepper motor
Coil Resistance21 ohms
Current≤143 mA/phase
VoltageMaximum Applied Voltage: 5 V
Coil Inductance (Le)1.8 mH/phase @ 1 kHz
FrequencyMaximum Step Frequency: 400 Hz
Cable TypeLemo santoprene 2 x 2 x 0.14 mm2
Cable Length11.8" (300 mm)
ConnectorP-iris / JEITA E4-191J-100
TemperatureOperating: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
Storage: -4 to 167°F (-20 to 75°C)
MTBF>100,000 cycles
Dimensions (Ø x D)2 x 2" (50 x 50.2 mm)
Weight6.3 oz (180 g)
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