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FUJIFILM Optical Devices Europe GmbH has announced the CF-ZA-1S series of all-in-one machine vision lenses designed for 1.1-in. sensors and 2.5-µm pixels.

The CF-ZA-1S lens series is designed for use with all standard machine vision cameras that use a C-mount, image sensors with an optical format up to 1.1 in., and pixel pitches from 2.5 µm, which equal up to 23 MP. The minimum object distance is 100 to 200 mm, and the maximum chief ray angle is 4.9°, as required by the latest high-resolution sensors. This guarantees a high relative illumination across the entire image without vignetting. Antishock and antivibration design limits shifts of the optical axis to 10 µm and ensures constant resolution power in the typical, rough manufacturing environments.

The series provides a lineup of six different lens models with different focal lengths from 8 to 50 mm.

Photonics Spectra
May 2019

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