NIR lens elements
Wavelength: 50, 100 nm
Diameter: 1.27 cm
... lenses to produce a high quality antireflection effect. Because this manufacturing process uses no thin films materials, the lens has a very high damage threshold limit. High laser damage resistance for pulsed or ...
Wavelength: 190 nm - 3,000 nm
Diameter: 0.8 mm - 350 mm
Singlet Lens is a transmissive optical device which affects the focusing of a light beam through refraction and only composed of a piece of optical glass lens with the simplest near-field conjugate structure ...
Wavelength: 190 nm - 3,000,000 nm
Diameter: 40 cm
... wavelength. Achromatic triplet lens system comprising, in order from the object side, a first positive meniscus lens component having a convex surface on the object side, a second biconcave lens ...
Wavelength: 633 nm
Diameter: 5 mm - 50 mm
... Coatings Available for Diode, HeNe, and Nd:YAG Laser Sources BBAR Coating Options Also Available: MgF2, VIS 0°, VIS-NIR, NIR I, NIR II 405nm, 532nm, 633nm, 785nm, 980nm, 1064nm, ...
... numerical aperture. With the recent fine tuning and advancement of our acylindric lens manufacturing technology, we are now proudly offerring sidelobes-free FAC lens for NA of up to 0.80. Our cylindrical ...
Diameter: 0.5 mm - 300 mm
... Singlet Lenses A Plano-Convex (PCX) or Double-Convex (DCX) lens causes light to focus to a point, while a Plano-Concave (PCV) or Double-Concave (DCV) lens causes the light traveling through the lens ...
... functional glass. BOROFLOAT 33, Pyrex Basic types: plano convex cylindrical lens, plano concave cylindrical lens, double convex cylindrical lens, double concave cylindrical lens Geometric ...
Wavelength: 1,064, 632.8 nm
Cylindrical lenses are designed for applications requiring one-dimensional shaping of a light source. Normally with plano concave or plano convex configurations, which are meant to expand or focus light, respectively. Choose from N-BK7 ...
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created. Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects. ...
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