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Raptar lens

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Navitar, a manufacturer of precision optical and opto-electronic systems, has introduced its 50mm large format machine vision lens, ideal for use with full frame 11 and 16 Megapixel sensors. The 50mm Raptar lens has a robust mechanical design, relative illumination, and low distortion.

The lens covers a 43mm diagonal sensor with a field of view of 50mm and focussing range of 0.5m to infinity. It features a manual iris and focus control with positive, single point focus and iris locks. Lens aperture range is f/2.0 – f/22.0 and its angular field is 46.0° diagonal and 37.0° horizontal.

The Raptar lens is used in applications, such as veterinarian digital X-ray, food and plastics sorting and inspection, film, paper and plastics defect inspection, wood inspection, and solar wafer and cell inspection. The lens comes standard with a F-bayonet. However, Navitar also offers M42 or C-mount options.

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