Marshall Electronics V-4303.6-1.8 Miniature Glass Lens with 12mm Micro Mount for Custom Installations and board Cameras with 1/3-Inch CCD

BH #MAV4303618 • MFR #V-4303.6-1.8
Marshall Electronics V-4303.6-1.8 Miniature Glass Lens with 12mm Micro Mount for Custom Installations and board Cameras with 1/3-Inch CCD
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Marshall Electronics V-4303.6-1.8 Miniature Glass Lens with 12mm Micro Mount for Custom Installations and board Cameras with 1/3-Inch CCD

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Marshall Electronics V-4303.6-1.8 Overview

The Marshall V-4303.6-1.8 is a high quality micro-mount industrial lens for custom installations and board cameras. Its 3.6mm focal length renders a wide horizontal angle of view of about 63°. Its f/1.8 provides sharp images in lower lighting situations like with robotics, machine vision and specialty security applications. Special optional mounting devices are available for specific manufacturer's imagers.

Mounting Adapters for Specific Purposes

Marshall offers several special mounting adapters specifically for 12 mm micro mount lenses to interface with specific CCD/CMOS sensors. The V-LH4 is made to work with OmniVision Technology 1/3-Inch Black/White CMOS sensors. The V-LH09 is for 1/3-Inch Ominivision and Agilent CMOS Board Cameras. The V-LH08 is designed for Marshall 4300 Series Miniature Glass Lenses and Sharp 1/3-Inch Sensor Board Cameras. Completely custom mounting applications can be addressed through Marshall directly.
UPC: 801813048254

Marshall Electronics V-4303.6-1.8 Specs

Mount12 mm Special Micro Mount
Image Format1/3-Inch CCD
Focal Length3.6 mm
Aperturef/1.8
Iris TypeFixed
Focus TypeFixed
Horizontal View Angle63° on 1/3-inch CCD
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.)15.7 Inches
400 mm
MacroNo
Dimensions (WxHxD)0.55 x 0.55 x 0.61 Inches
14 x 14 x 15.6 mm
Weight0.19 Oz.
5.5 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.5 x 2 x 0.05"
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