The Opto-Engineering TCZR036S bi-telecentric lens with motorized zoom delivers both flexibility and precision. The internal stepper motor adjusts between four pre-set magnifications: 0.250, 0.500, 1.000, and 2.000. This lens is designed for cameras with up to a 2/3 format sensor.
This motorized zoom lens enables the magnification to be set by software. Thus, your system can measure or locate large features, and then zoom in to image fine object detail. It requires no more than two seconds to switch from any of the four available magnifications.
The precise positioning system eliminates any need to re-calibrate or refocus after changing magnification. This lens is bi-telecentric, meaning it is telecentric in both object space and image space. The bipolar stepper motor with incremental magnetic encoder delivers exceptional repeatability.
Motor controller, power supply and cable are sold separately. Please see Accessories below.
|Motor Current:||600 mA RMS|
|Motor Voltage:||24 V|
|Encoder Output:||A, B, Z RS422, 60,000 PPR|
|Filter Thread:||None (slip-on filters avaiable)|
|Minimum Object Distance:||74 mm|
|Image Circle:||11.00 mm (2/3")|
|Magnification:||0.250, 0.500, 1.000, 2.000|
|Telecentricity:||< 0.05 degrees typical, 0.10 degrees maximum|
|Distortion:||< 0.05 to 0.08% typical (depending on mag.); 0.10% maximum|
|Depth of Field:||13.20, 3.30, 0.80, and 0.20 mm, depending on magnification. For the sharpest image, only half of the nominal field depth should be considered. (Pixel size used for calculation is 3.45 μm.)|
|Object Resolution:||41, 20, 10, 5 μm, depending on magnification. (Calculated using the Rayleigh criterion with λ= 520 nm.)|
|Reference Point Repeatability:||< 6, 5, 2, or 4 μm, depending on magnification (image side, at 1 σ standard deviation)|
|Image Displacement:||350 μm max. (image side) between magnification changes|
|Operating Temperature:||0 - 40 °C|
|Storage Temperature:||0 - 50 °C|
|Humidity:||10 - 85% non-condensing|
|Time for Mag. Change:||1.5 sec. (one step); 2.0 sec. (two steps)|
The F# specified above is the real working f-number in operating conditions.
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