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100mm, f/5.6 Athermal Lens

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Specifications

Operating Temperature (°C):
-10 to +50
Focal Length FL (mm):
100.00
Maximum Sensor Format:
1.1"
Aperture (f/#):
f/5.6
Working Distance (mm):
4000 - ∞
Numerical Aperture NA, Object Side:
0.002
Entrance Pupil Position (mm):
10.85
Exit Pupil Position (mm):
-21.381
Object Space Principal Plane (mm):
-51.57
Image Space Principal Plane (mm):
-20.08
Primary Magnification PMAG:
0.000X - 0.026X
Field of View at Max Sensor Format:
Horizontal: 8.01°
Vertical: 6.03°
Diagonal: 9.96°
Horizontal Field of View, 1.1" Sensor:
8.01°
Horizontal Field of View, 1" Sensor:
7.29°
Horizontal Field of View, 2/3" Sensor:
5.03°
Horizontal Field of View, 1/1.8" Sensor:
4.12°
Horizontal Field of View, 1/2" Sensor:
3.67°
Maximum Distortion (%):
1.21
Length (mm):
94.90
Maximum Diameter (mm):
40.0
Number of Elements (Groups):
7 (3)
Mount:
C-Mount

Regulatory Compliance

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Product Family Description

TECHSPEC® Athermal Imaging Lenses provide optothermal stability in a ruggedized lens housing, making them ideal for harsh environments. These lenses utilize passive athermalization to mitigate the effects of thermal defocus in applications that are prone to temperature fluctuations. Additionally, these lenses are ruggedized to protect against lens damage and minimize pixel shift after shock and vibration. Along with being ruggedized to protect against lens damage and minimize pixel shift after shock and vibration, these lenses are thermally compensated and best used with camera mounts made from aluminum. TECHSPEC® Athermal Imaging Lenses feature C-Mount threading and full coverage of sensors up to 1.1”.

These lenses won the 2022 Silver VSD Innovators Award and the 2022 Inspect Award.

Note: Passive Athermalization is introduced in the application note here.

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