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Computar Introduces 12 Megapixel Lens Series
Computar Optics Group Posted 02/15/2017
The MPY Series supports 1.1” sensor format at 12 Megapixel resolution in a C-mount lens. The MPY Series combines high performance optics with a variety of common focal lengths for maximum application flexibility.
Cary, NC - Computar®, the leading lens manufacturer operated by CBC Group, has launched a new family of larger format, C-mount, fixed focal length lenses. The MPY Series is a 12 Megapixel lens that supports pixel sizes down to 3.45µm. Available in focal lengths of 8, 12, 16, 25, 35 and 50mm, The MPY Series is positioned to be the preferred solution for machine vision and ITS multi-lane surveillance applications.
“The popular Sony IMX253 and IMX255 sensors has been adopted by a wide variety of camera manufacturers due to its sensitivity and precise imaging for fast-moving objects. The MPY Series is a perfect match for the 1.1”, 12 Megapixel sensors with its 3.45µm pixels,” according to industry veteran Pete Kepf, Business Development Executive for Computar Lenses. “In addition to their quality optics, the MPY Series is distinguished by its small and compact design as well as the flexible selection of focal lengths.”
MPY Series Features:
- Applications: Machine Vision and ITS
- Lens type, Fixed Focal Length
- Available in 8, 12, 16, 25, 35 and 50mm focal lengths
- Smallest 1.1” format lens for > 10MP Lens in the industry
- 12 Megapixel lens
- 3.45µm pixel size
- Image circle ?17
The Computar MPY Series will debut at the Automate 2017 show in Chicago, April 3-6, 2017 in the Computar booth #166 at ISC West 2017.
Computar has set the pace, pioneering new and innovative lenses that out-class the competition at every turn. With a solid foundation based on Japanese engineering and agile production facilities spanning the globe, we operate under a dual mandate to create the highest-quality optics products, at an economical price point that works within your budget. With locations in New York, California and Mexico City, Computar is able to meet the optics needs of the Americas.