Hingham, MA (PressExposure) August 26, 2012 -- RMA Electronics, a world-wide distributor for the Computar brand of CCTV lenses, is pleased to announce the introduction of a variety of new lens models targeted at machine vision, video surveillance, and general purpose imaging requirements.
Among the highlights for these new Computar products are the following:
2/3" 16mm and 35mm C-Mount lenses, 5-megapixel rated (25mm already available).
2/3" 25mm C-Mount lens, 5-megapixel rated, IR sensitivity
1" 25mm F0.95 C-Mount lens, 2-megapixel rated
1/2" 25-135mm vari-focal C-Mount lens (both manual and DC auto-iris), 3-megapixel rated
2/3" 12.5-75mm motorized zoom, focus, and iris (3-motor) C-Mount lens with presets
1/2" 27x (9.5-256.5mm), 35x (10-350mm), and 62x (12-775mm) motorized zoom C-Mount lens series, megapixel rated
1/2.7" 12.5-50mm vari-focal CS-Mount lens with P-Iris, 3-megapixel rated
Contact RMA Electronics directly for model numbers, pricing, and availability.
About RMA Electronics
Formerly known as Ronald A. Massa Associates, RMA Electronics was established in the year 1986. It started out as a Systems Integrator/Value Added Reseller and Manufacturer's Representative specializing in selling vision, image processing and graphics products to OEM's and end users. Today, the company has grown to becoming a worldwide distributor of industrial video, video security, and vision-related products, including companies such as Sony, Hitachi, Pentax, Euresys, Kowa, Imperx, Computar (CBC America), and Fujinon.
About CBC America Corp. (Computar) Computar lenses have set the world standard through pioneering design, manufacture and global sales. Computar lenses were introduced in the USA during the mid-1970s and have continued to meet security challenges globally for more than 30 years. Today, we lead the industry in Japan, Europe, Asia and markets all over the world. Security professionals with high-security applications such as airports, banks, government buildings and commercial industries choose Computar for state of the art technology, quality and reliability. With millions of installations worldwide, there is a Computar lens for virtually every application.