At Precision Glasses we offer high-precision optical components made from most optical materials.
Used in spectroscopic analysis, biomedical, machine vision, fluorescence microscopy and industrial automation. Our optical work is quality assured through extensive testing and 100% inspection to ensure all components meet the highest required quality standards.
Achromatic Lenses used to minimize or eliminate chromatic aberration. The achromatic design also helps minimize spherical aberrations. Ideal for a range of applications, including fluorescence microscopy, image relay, inspection, or spectroscopy. An Achromatic Lens, which is often designed by either cementing two elements together or mounting the two elements in a housing, creates smaller spot sizes than comparable singlet lenses. Multiple anti-reflection coating options for the Ultraviolet (UV), visible, or Infrared (IR) are available, including UV-VIS, MgF2, VIS 0°, VIS-NIR, NIR II, or SWIR.
Designed specifically for the Ultraviolet (UV) or Infrared (IR) offer superior performance when compared to a standard lens that has been coated for the same or comparable wavelength range.
Aspheric lenses used to eliminate spherical aberration in a variety of applications, including barcode scanning, laser diode collimation or OEM or R&D integration. The aspherical lens is designed with a single component that helps minimize the number of lenses in multi-lens optics. Unlike a conventional lens with a spherical outer surface, the aspheric lens uses a more complex outer surface and gradually changes in curvature from the center of the lens toward the outside of the lens edge. Reducing total component usage not only helps reduce system size or weight, but also simplifies the assembly process. Integrating an aspheric lens with an application not only reduces overall cost, but also enables it to perform better than an assembly designed for conventional spherical optical lenses.
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Cylinder Lenses are typically used to focus incident light onto a line or to change the aspect ratio of an image. The cylindrical mirror has a cylindrical surface that allows incident light to focus on a certain dimension and stretch the image. The focal length of the cylindrical mirror can be negative or positive and is suitable for laser line generation or deformed beam shaping to circularize the laser output.
Precision Glasses offers achromatic cylindrical lenses, cylindrical lenses, Plano-column mirrors or flat-concave cylindrical mirrors and can provide additional colour correction by reducing chromatic aberration. We can offer cylindrical mirrors with two substrates, a glass cylindrical mirror or a plastic cylindrical mirror, and the shape is round, rectangular or oblong. Cylindrical mirrors are available with a variety of AR coating options, from UV to IR, including UV-AR, UV-VIS, MgF2, VIS-NIR, VIS 0° or NIR I, N-BK7 Glass, UV fused silica or CaF2.
Beam splitters are optical components used to split input light into two separate parts they are common components in laser or illumination systems. Beam splitters are also ideal for fluorescence applications, optical interferometry, or life science or semiconductor instrumentation. Light can be split by percentage of overall intensity, wavelength, or polarization state.
Optical filters are widely used in industries such as spectroscopic analysis, biomedical, machine vision fluorescence. Optical Filters are an optical component that has a targeted selection of spectral wavelength transmission, reflection, cut-off, and attenuation. These filters are widely used in industries such as spectroscopic analysis, biomedical, machine vision, fluorescence microscopy industrial automation. The bandpass filter selectively allows a certain spectral wavelength to pass through and block the transmission of a certain spectral wavelength in its spectral range; the neutral density filter (ND Filter) reduces the transmittance of a specified spectral wavelength range reducing the luminous flux beneficial to the protection of sensors and electronic components. It is widely used in the field of laser optics and optoelectronics. Cold heat mirrors can be used for targeted reflection and transmission of longer wavelengths in the spectral range. Application in the lighting system helps to eliminate the heat generated in the lighting system.
We can also customize filters for your needs.
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