aperture angle

aperture angle

[′ap·ə·chər ‚aŋ·gəl]
(optics)
The angle subtended by the radius of the entrance pupil of an optical instrument at the object.
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The front version works with an aperture angle of up to +/- 45 degrees and can detect objects up to 160 meters away.
On the other hand, the company continues to develop its latest innovations such as PURAVIS lead-free step index fibers that are now also available in the version GOF120 that has an aperture angle of 120 degrees.
The new glass fiber achieves an aperture angle of up to 120A with an aperture of 0.
Featuring a revolutionary design with sustainability and functionality at its core, eno is characterised by the lever's precise 90 degree aperture angle.
These 3D ADCIGs are functions of both the aperture angle and the reflection azimuth.
Notice how the apexes of the diffracted multiples are shifted away from the zero- aperture angle (e.
However, some of the challenges still to be confronted are the robustness of the equipment, the limited aperture angle of the camera and the camera technology itself.
This new fiber unit integrates a lens with the aperture angle of 15 degrees.
With an aperture angle of 130 degrees, the area behind the vehicle is visible.
We intend to improve our portfolio by adding a fiber with a higher aperture angle, Holst noted in commenting on the company's plans for the future.
The Hella rear view camera system includes an integrated CMOS camera with an aperture angle of more than 120 degrees enabling the whole area behind a vehicle to be within the field of view.