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DW33524K

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Aperture

2.4

Backfocal [mm]

3.11

Distortion [%]

-66.4

Field of View Diagonal [°]

130

Field of View Horizontal [°]

77

Field of View Vertical [°]

55.1

Focal Length [mm]

3.3

Focus Type

Fixed focal

Image Circle [mm]

6

IR-cut Coating

no IR-cut Filter

Iris Control

Fixed

Manufacturer

Daiwon

Material Lenses

Glass

Minimum Object Distance [mm]

400

Mount

M12

Product Type

Miniature Lens

Resolution [MP]

0.3 MP

Sensor Size

1/3 inch

The DW33524K Daiwon M12-mount pin-hole lens is a VGA lens with 3.3 mm focal length and an aperture of F2.4. It is suitable for 1/3 inch image sensors. The horizontal angle of view of 82.7° is suitable for doorbell applications, surveillance cameras and wearables.

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