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Universe Kogaku America has added two 25-mm CCD lenses to its line of C-mount lenses for imaging applications in the IR spectrum. The EL1025IR and 2516-CIR lenses are available in format coverage of up to 16 mm, with a brightness ratio of 0.95. They are suitable for low-light imaging and are company-designed and manufactured to ensure quality, performance and delivery. Available from stock, they are used in forensic, industrial, scientific and other imaging applications.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2011

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