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Zemax 12 - Stops and pupils


Homework:

Note: Questions 1-6 are similar to the optics homework 12 which was intended to be done, algebraically using thine lens equations either in Excel or on pen and paper. The homework below is intended to be fully modeled within Zemax.

1. An aperture stop is placed on an F/5, 125 mm focal length lens (objective). A fast 25 mm focal length lens is placed 150 mm away from the aperture stop (to the “right of the first lens). An eye is placed at the “end” or to the far right. Find the size and location of the exit pupil of the optical system.

Double Gauss is approximated with two perfect lenses surrounding the aperture stop: The set up from left to right is, 52 mm lens, 10 mm away is a 2mm diameter stop, 11 mm away from the stop is a 34 mm lens.
2. Find the location of the entrance pupil
3. Find the size of the entrance pupil
4. Find the location of the exit pupil
5. Find the size of the exit pupil
6. What is the pupil magnification?

7. From the Zemax samples “Inverse telephoto lens.zmx” locate the pupil between the first and 2nd element (or on surface 2 space)
8. From the Zemax samples “Inverse telephoto lens.zmx” locate the pupil between inside element 5 (surface 10).

Solutions can be found here
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