Imaging Lenses are used to view objects in imaging systems. Imaging Lenses are imaging components used in imaging systems to focus an image of an examined object onto a camera sensor. Depending on the lens, Imaging Lenses can be used to remove parallax or perspective error or provide adjustable magnifications, field of views, or focal lengths. Imaging Lenses allow an object to be viewed in several ways to illustrate certain features or characteristics that may be desirable in certain applications.
Fixed Focal Length Lenses, commonly referred to as C-Mount Lenses, are used in many robotics or inspection applications. Fixed Focal Length Lenses are imaging lens assemblies designed with a single angular field of view, also known as constant focal length.
Telecentric Lenses are used in imaging systems to make objects appear to be the same size independent of their location in space. Telecentric Lenses remove the perspective or parallax error that makes closer objects appear to be larger than objects farther from the lens, increasing image quality compared to conventional lenses.
M12 Lenses, also referred to as S-Mount Lenses or Micro-Video Lenses, are board lenses used to focus an image onto a camera sensor. They are used in a variety of applications including automotive, forensics, pharmaceutical, and food inspection. These S-Mount Lenses are compact imaging lenses designed for use with many small format industrial cameras.
Zoom Lenses are used to provide adjustable image magnification for a number of imaging applications such as microscopy or inspection. Zoom Lenses are imaging lenses designed to be integrated into imaging systems.
Relay Lenses are used to extend imaging systems or invert images for use in a range of imaging applications including microscopy, inspection, or life sciences. Relay Lenses use arrays or imaging lenses placed behind eyepieces to extend the length of imaging systems, such as in microscopes, endoscopes, or where proximity to a viewed object is not feasible.