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Cinegon and Xenoplan C-mount lenses

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Schneider-Kreuznach has released four C-mount lenses for industrial applications in the Cinegon and Xenoplan series. These four new lenses cover the focal length range from 4.8 to 17mm, with apertures between 1.4 and 1.8. With these variants, the new lenses are universally usable, even in harsh environments.

The Megapixel compact lens series is designed especially for the demanding requirements of 3D measurement. These lenses have absolutely stable optical axes, so that each pixel can be processed exactly by the camera. Resolvable pixel size is under 5μm. The focusing and iris of the lens, which is set up for an 11mm image circle, can be locked in the usual manner, and remains permanently stable. The lenses have a broadband coating in the VIS and NIR range of 400 to 1,000nm.

These lenses are very robust, offer very high production repeatability, and are designed for demanding tasks in areas such as industrial 3D applications, machine vision, aerospace, and medicine.

Schneider-Kreuznach has also introduced the Xenon-Emerald 2.8/28 lens, (focal length of 28 mm and an aperture of 2.8), and expanded its range of RoHS-compliant bandpass filters, adding yellow (BP 575-175 and BP 590-200) and red (BP 640-100 and NIR BP 865-100) variants to the existing blue model (BP 465-70).

In addition, the company has released the Xenon-Sapphire special lens series, designed for web and surface inspections such as FPD and PCB inspection.

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