Opto Engineering C-Mount 0.157x Bi-Telecentric Lens for 1/3" to 2/3" Matrix Detectors

BH #OPTC23056 • MFR #TC23056
Opto Engineering
Opto Engineering C-Mount 0.157x Bi-Telecentric Lens for 1/3" to 2/3" Matrix Detectors
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Opto Engineering TC23056 Overview

This TC Series C-Mount 0.157x Bi-Telecentric Lens from Opto Engineering is designed for use with matrix detectors from 1/3" up to 2/3", and can function as a key component in any measurement system powered by machine vision. This lens can take advantage of high-resolution detectors such as 5MP - 2/3", acquiring images with high fidelity and precision.

Opto Engineering's bi-telecentric design allows these optics to achieve pure telecentricity; no magnification change occurs when moving away or towards the subject, making this lens ideal for measurement applications of mechanical parts ranging from extruded aluminum profiles to tiny clock gears. 


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Opto Engineering TC23056 Specs

Image CircleØ 0.43" (11.0 mm)
Field of ViewWith 1/3" Detector (4.8 x 3.6 mm): 30.6 x 22.9 mm
With 1/2.5" Detector (5.70 x 4.28 mm): 36.3 x 27.2 mm
With 1/2" Detector (6.4 x 4.8 mm): 40.7 x 30.6 mm
With 1/1.8" Detector (7.13 x 5.37 mm): 45.4 x 34.2 mm
With 2/3" - 5 MP Detector (8.45 x 7.07 mm): 53.8 x 45.0 mm
Working Distance6.2" (157.8 mm)
Working f/Stop8
TelecentricityTypical (Max.): < 0.05 (0.08) [degrees]
DistortionTypical (Max.): < 0.03 (0.08) [%]
Depth of Field27 mm
[email protected] 50 lp/mm> 45%
Dimensions (L x D)8.9 x 3.1" (225 x 80 mm)
Weight34.5 oz (977 g)
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