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   Beam Expander       Beam expanders are optical lens assemblies that are used to increase the diameter of a laser beam or other light beam. 
   Collimator       Collimators are optical lens assemblies that take divergent or convergent incoming light rays and produces parallel light output. 
   Telecentric Lens       Telecentric lenses are used to provide images independent of an object’s distance, or to prevent wide ranges of angles of incidence. There are three basic types of telecentric lenses: object-space, image-space, and double telecentric. 
   Zoom Lens       Zoom lenses are mechanical assemblies of lens elements with the ability to vary its focal length. 
   Specialty / Other       The optical lens assembly is specialty/other. 
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Specifications
   Wavelength       The wavelength that the optical lens assembly is designed to operate in. 
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   Aperture       The aperture is the opening that light travels through into the optical lens assembly. This is sometimes referred to as the clear aperture (CA).  
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   Working Distance       The working distance is the distance between the front of the optical lens assembly and the object when in focus. 
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   Field of View       The field of view is the angular or linear distance that the optical lens assembly can observe. 
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   Magnification       The magnification of the optical lens assembly. 
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   Focal Length       The focal length of an optical lens assembly is the distance that light is brought to a focus. 
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   Depth of Field       The depth of field is the range where the optical lens assembly can properly measure an object in focus. 
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Features
           
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   High Power / Laser       The optical lens assembly is used for high power or laser applications 
   Adjustable       The optical lens assembly has adjustable divergence, collimation, or magnification. 
   Motorized       The optical lens assembly has a motorized zoom, focus, divergence, or collimation. 
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