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Opto Engineering : TCDP23C4XC120

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The TCDP23C4XC120 from Opto Engineering is a double port bi-telecentric lenses supporting two different cameras to measure objects with different magnification factors. 2X and 4X options are available for imaging one half or one fourth of the full FOV: this can be simply accomplished by switching from one camera to the other with your software application.


Since this technique does not require any moving mechanism they can ensure full magnification repeatability, providing exceptional measurement accuracy with no need of post-zoom recalibration. The TCDP23C4XC120 can fit any camera up to 2/3" format, they can be mounted on CMHO clamping mechanics and paired with LTCLHP collimated illuminators as well as LTRN ring illuminators designed for standard TC series.

 
Mechanical specifications
Magnification (x) 0.0720.286
Length (mm) 423.4
H1 (mm) 192.1
Diameter (mm) 180.0
Mount C
 
Object field of view(mm x mm)
with 1/3″ detector (4.8 x 3.6 mm) 67.0 x 50.316.8 x 12.6
with 1/2.5″ detector (5.70 x 4.28 mm) 79.6 x 59.819.9 x 14.9
with 1/2″ detector (6.4 x 4.8 mm) 89.4 x 67.022.3 x 16.8
with 1/1.8″ detector (7.13 x 5.37 mm) 99.6 x 75.024.9 x 18.7
with 2/3″ - 5 MP detector (8.45 x 7.07 mm) 118.0 x 98.729.5 x 24.7
with KAI-2020 14.8 mm diagonal w x h 11.84 x 8.88 Ø=124.0Ø=31.0
with KAI-04050 16 mm diagonal w x h 12.8 x 9.6 Ø=134.0Ø=33.5
with KAI-4022/4021 21.5 mm diagonal w x h 15.2 x 15.2 --
with KAI-08050 22.6 mm diagonal w x h 18.1 x 13.6 --
 
Optical specifications
Working distance (mm) 334.5334.5
wF/# (2) 812
Telecentricity (3) (deg) < 0.07 (0.08)< 0.08 (0.10)
Distortion , typical (max) (%) < 0.04 (0.10)< 0.05 (0.08)
Field depth (4) (mm) 13112
CTF @ 70 lp/mm (%) > 35> 35
 

Notes
1. TCDP Series has been replaced by TCDP PLUS series. Please check our website for the list of replaced products
2. Working F-number (wF/#): the real F/# of a lens when used as a macro.
3. Maximum slope of principal rays inside the lens: when converted to milliradians, it gives the maximum measurement error for any millimiter of object displacement.
4. At the borders of the field depth the image can be still used for measurement but,to get a very sharp image, only half of the nominal field depth should be considered. Pixel size used for calculation is 5.5 μm.


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