Discover Ophir’s newest IR continuous zoom releases for advanced commercial and defense systems at the SPIE DCS Expo May 2-4, 2023, at booth #711.
- Ophir® SWIR & NIR 25-250mm f/5.5 (NFOV) f/4 (WFOV) continuous zoom lens, the lightest with only 860gr, compact with 244mm in length, observation range exceeding 26km SWIR lens in the market. Designed for 5µm 10µm SXGA and 15µm VGA sensors.
- LightIR 10-135mm and LightIR 18-225mm f/3.6 low-SWaP continuous zoom lenses for MWIR 10µm VGA sensors. With only 250gr and detection range exceeding 11km and NFOV of 2.6° provided by the LightIR 10-135mm NFOV of 1.6°, and 300gr, >15km detection range for LightIR 18-225mm.
- FoldIR 30-450mm f/3.4 continuous zoom lens with folded design to allow for long optical lengths. With detection range exceeding 20km and unique aperture of f/3.4 to ensure the highest diffraction limit MTF and IR signal collected by the lens, providing superior image quality in comparison to other larger aperture continuous zoom lenses.
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- Extended range optics for security, surveillance and C-UAS SupIR 60-1200mm f/4 and SupIR 80-1200mm f/5.5 compatible with 10µm SXGA/ HD and 15µm VGA detectors, maintains accurate LOS & focus through the full zoom range, designed for long-range observation & C-UAS systems, detection range exceeds 28km.
- Series of cooled MWIR f/4 and MWIR f/5.5 lenses – MTF close to the diffraction limit, ruggedized design, for extreme temperature range, with outstanding detection, recognition, and Identification (DRI) ranges compatible with SXGA/HD 10μm pitch and VGA 15μm detectors, designed for security and surveillance ground applications, including long range surveillance systems, border control and C-UAS systems.
- Series of low-SWaP continuous zoom lenses – lightweight, compact, high performance IR thermal imaging lenses for cooled and uncooled cameras, suitable for UAV’s/UAS and HHTI systems.
Join Dr. Kobi Lasri, Ophir Optics General Manager, on MAY 2, for a live presentation on “SWIR and NIR low-SWaP zoom lenses: optical design challenges and performance”. To learn more, click here.