Edmund Optics is offering hemispherical lenses made from sapphire. The lenses are well-suited for a wide variety of applications, including fibre communications equipment, endoscopes, microscopes, and optical pick-up devices.
Lenses and optics
Flexible Optical (aka Oko Tech) has introduced a low-cost piezoelectric deformable mirror with 109 actuators. The package has dimensions of 100 x 100 x 60mm and weighs is approximately 650g.
Edmund Optics has enhanced its high-quality Tech Spec family of optical components by adding an antireflection coating option to its plano-convex, plano-concave, double-convex, double-concave, and achromatic lines of lenses.
Edmund Optics has expanded its laser mirror line with the introduction of the Tech Spec high-energy excimer family of laser mirrors for high-power UV applications.
With recent product launches of beamsplitters, windows, and mirrors, Edmund Optics offers a comprehensive selection of components capable of withstanding the challenges posed by today's advanced laser sources.
When a short pulse travels through a dispersive medium, the component frequencies are separated in time. Sill Optics provides beam achromatic expanders and f-theta objectives to account for this.
Edmund Optics has improved its Tech Spec line of achromatic lenses. They are now offered with the VIS 0Â° multilayer, broadband anti-reflection coating to minimise reflections in the visible spectrum.
Edmund Optics has introduced a precision-grade cube beamsplitter for high-power Nd:YAG Lasers. Tech Spec High-Energy Polarising Cube Beamsplitters use multilayer dielectric film technology to minimise reflection and absorption losses.
Aspheric lenses offer optical designers control of light-ray refraction over the whole lens surface, making it possible to produce optical systems with higher performance in compact packages.
B&M is now offering customers sample cases of optical lenses. Three different types are available, including ground and polished optics and moulded lenses of various shapes.