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0.118 - 0.303 x
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Key advantages

  • Excellent optical performances
    TC3MHR CORE telecentric lenses deliver excellent optical performances as other comparable Opto Engineering® telecentric lenses.
  • Extremely compact
    TC3MHR CORE lenses are up to 70% smaller than other telecentric lenses on the market.
  • Designed for flexibility and smart integration
    TC3MHR CORE lenses integrate a camera phase adjustment and can be mounted on multiple sides with or without clamps, allowing to cut the costs.
  • Save you money
    Systems integrating TC3MHR CORE lenses take much less space, resulting in lower manufacturing, shipping and storage costs.
  • Boost your sales
    A smaller vision system or measurement machine is the solution preferred by the industry.
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ADVANTAGES

Cost reduction

  1. Lower manufacturing cost due to less material employed
  2. Less space required for storage and use
  3. Lower shipment expenses due to smaller size
  4. Lower transportation risks

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  1. A smaller vision system or measurement machine is preferred by the industry

Off-line precision measurement systems

Application examples

Main optical specifications Object field of view Advanced optical specifications Mechanical specifications
Part
number
Magnification Image
shape
dimension
Max
sensor
size
1/1.2″ 1″ 1.1″ Working
distance
Working
ƒ/N
Telecentricity
typical
(max)
Distortion
typical
(max)
Field
depth
Mount Dimension
A
Dimension
B
Dimension
C
11.35 x 7.13 14.19 x 7.51 14.16 x 10.37
(x) (mm, mm) (mm × mm) (mm × mm) (mm × mm) (mm) (deg) (%) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
1 2 3 4 5 6 9 9 9
TCCR3M048-C 0.303 Ø=17.6, x=15.2 1.1″ 37.46 x 23.53 46.83 x 24.79 46.73 x 34.22 132.9 8 <0.08 (0.10) <0.08 (0.10) 4.5 C 77 106 152.3
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TCCR3M056-C 0.259 Ø=17.6, x=15.2 1.1″ 43.82 x 27.53 54.79 x 29.00 54.67 x 40.04 157.8 8 <0.08 (0.10) <0.08 (0.10) 6.2 C 94 110 162.3
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TCCR3M064-C 0.227 Ø=17.9, x=15.1 1.1″ 50.00 x 31.41 62.51 x 33.08 62.38 x 45.68 181.9 8 <0.08 (0.10) <0.08 (0.10) 8.0 C 101 122 169.9
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TCCR3M080-C 0.182 Ø=17.7, x=15.0 1.1″ 62.36 x 39.18 77.97 x 41.26 77.80 x 56.98 226.8 8 <0.08 (0.10) <0.08 (0.10) 12.5 C 119 145 189
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TCCR3M096-C 0.153 Ø=17.9, x=14.8 1.1″ 74.18 x 46.60 92.75 x 49.08 92.55 x 67.78 278.6 8 <0.08 (0.10) <0.08 (0.10) 17.7 C 139 172 208.3
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TCCR3M120-C 0.118 Ø=17.8, x=14.6 1.1″ 96.19 x 60.42 120.25 x 63.64 120.00 x 87.88 334.6 8 <0.08 (0.10) <0.08 (0.10) 29.7 C 181 220 238.6
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Last update 08 Jun 2022

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Notes

  1. Indicates the dimensions and shape of image, where "Ø =" stands for diameter and "x=" indicates the nominal image height and length (Tech Info for related drawing).
  2. Working distance: distance between the front end of the mechanics and the object. Set this distance within ± 3% of the nominal value for maximum resolution and minimum distortion.
  3. Working f-number (wf/N): the real f-number of a lens in operating conditions.
  4. Maximum angle between chief rays and optical axis on the object side. Typical (average production) values and maximum (guaranteed) values are listed.
  5. Percent deviation of the real image compared to an ideal, undistorted image. Typical (average production) values and maximum (guaranteed) values are listed.
  6. 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 3.45 μm.
  7. Object side, calculated with the Rayleigh criterion with λ= 520 nm
  8. Indicates the availability of an integrated camera phase adjustment feature.
  9. Due to the special shape of TCCR120xx it might be necessary to check the mechanical compatibility with your camera

Technical documents

Product user guide
Back focal adjustment

TC1MHR - TC4MHR CORE lens dimensions (A, B, C) and correct position of the sensor in relation to the lens

Press & marketing content

Metrology white paper

Tools & Resources

Telecentric lenses tutorial
Telecentric and macro lenses options
Image gallery
Video gallery
Frequently asked questions