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Penta Prism in C-Mount Cube

#53-401, Penta Prism in C-Mount Cube (Case Removed)

#53-401, Penta Prism in C-Mount Cube (Case Removed) #53-401, Penta Prism in C-Mount Cube (Complete)
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Coating:
MgF2 & Aluminized
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Surface Quality:
60-40
Mounting Threads:
¼-20
Type:
Penta Prism
Extension Length (mm):
38.0
Dimensional Tolerance (mm):
±0.10
Angle Tolerance (arcmin):
3
Bevel:
Protective bevel as needed
Construction:
Housing: Black Anodized Aluminum
Length of Legs (mm):
25.0
Image Orientation:
Right-Handed
Coating Specification:
Entrance/Exit Faces: Ravg ≤1.75% @ 400 - 700nm
Reflecting Surfaces: Ravg >85% @ 400 - 700nm w/Black Overpaint
Ray Deviation (°):
90
Wavelength Range (nm):
400 - 700
Surface Flatness (P-V):
λ/4
Thread Type:
C-Mount (1" x 32 TPI)

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Product Family Description

  • Ray Deviation of 90°
  • Right Handed Image
  • Ideal for Visual/ Video Applications
  • Easily Integrates with Our C-Mount Components

Designed for use with C-mount compatible hardware, our TECHSPEC® C-Mounted Penta Prism is quickly and easily integrated. A TECHSPEC® N-BK7 Penta Prism is fixed securely within a black anodized aluminum housing with two female C-mount apertures. Applications include space-restricted visual/video imaging systems requiring ray deviation of 90°. Entrance and exit faces (at the apertures) are anti-reflection coated to maximize efficiency and reduce the effect of double-images. A ¼-20 tapped hole in the base permits post mounting.

Penta prisms are five-sided prisms featuring a ray deviation of 90° and a right handed image. The reflecting surfaces are aluminized for increased efficiency. Slight movement of the prism does not affect the true right angle at which light rays are reflected, making a penta prism the ideal optical tool for defining a right angle in an optical system.

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