Edmund Optics® (EO) is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of precision optics, optical assemblies and image processing components with headquarters in the USA and manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and Asia and sales representatives around the globe. With a portfolio of more than 27.600 products, EO has the world's largest inventory of optical components for immediate delivery and offers products, standard or customized, in small quantities but also in volume for various industries.
Lenses and optics
Jenoptik's Optical Systems division is a development and production partner for optical, microoptical and optical coating components, opto-mechanical and opto-electronical assemblies, modules and systems as well as cameras and modules for digital microscopy and macroscopy.
Edmund Optics has introduced its Techspec Precision Aspheric Lenses, designed to focus light, while they eliminate spherical aberration from divergent light sources
Resolve Optics, a supplier of radiotherapy equipment, has developed a 24mm diameter fixed focus non-browning lens to a market leader in radiotherapy equipment
Delta Optical Thin Film has launched several LED and laser bandpass filters optimised for specific LED and laser wavelengths. They combine large angular tolerance with high transmission
Optical Surfaces have introduced a new set of reflective beam expanders that can achieve higher power density through operating in a vacuum
Holo/Or has designed a variable beam tuner for use with its DOEs. Placing the DOE Tuner between the DOE and the focussing lens enables image size control in most elements
Optical Surfaces offers a complete manufacturing and test capability to produce on-axis parabolic mirrors up to 600mm (24-inches) in diameter
Alpao has launched its new compact housing production. All deformable mirrors with less than 100 actuators will use this new design
Princeton Optronics has announced the start of high volume mass production of single emitters and small arrays for autofocusing in cameras for cell phones and tablets