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Fused Silica Ball and Half-Ball Lenses

Ball Lenses are commonly used to improve signal quality in fiber coupling applications, or for use in endoscopy or bar code scanning applications. Ball Lenses feature short back focal lengths to minimize the distance needed from the Ball Lens to the optical fiber. Uni Optics offers a variety of Ball Lenses in a range of substrates for performance in the ultraviolet to the NIR.

Positive Meniscus Lenses And Negative Meniscus Lenses

The Positive Meniscus Lenses are a convex-concave lens, but it is thicker at the center than at the edges. They are felt polished and are used universally in the ophthalmic industry where convention dictates that lens power be specified in Diopters. The Negative Meniscus Lenses are a convex-concave lens, but it is thinner at the center than at the edges. Otherwise description is similar to Plano Concave lenses.

Micro Sizes Rod Lens

Rod Lenses are used for fiber coupling and laser diode beam shaping, lenses with a 0mm working distance are ideal for collimation of single and multi-mode optical fibers and laser diodes because the lens can be positioned and glued directly to the emission source. For focusing applications, or in instances where the lens can’t be in direct contact with the emission source, all lenses are available with a small working distance as well. UNI Optics can provide the size from Φ1~Φ15mm, quantity price and custom sizes, including variations in polished/ground surfaces, are available to OEM customers upon request.

The Most Hard Material Windows Sapphire Windows

Sapphire Windows Transmission in 0.3-5.0μm, no absorption in 2-3μm Extremely hard and durable High thermal conductivity High bulk damage threshold

Broadband AR Coated Achromatic Lenses(Doublet Lenses)

Achromatic Lenses are used to minimize or eliminate chromatic aberration. The achromatic design also helps minimize spherical aberrations. Achromatic Lenses are ideal for a range of applications, including fluorescence microscopy, image relay, inspection, or spectroscopy. Achromatic Lenses, which are often designed by either cementing two elements together or mounting the two elements in a housing, create smaller spot sizes than comparable singlet lenses.

Laser beam collimation Lens

Laser Lenses are used to focus collimated light from laser beams in a variety of laser applications. Laser Lenses include a range of lens types including PCX Lenses, Cylinder Lenses, or Laser Generator Lenses. Laser Lenseare designed to focus light in several different ways depending on the lens type, such as focusing down to a point,  a line, or a ring. Many different lens types are available in a range of wavelengths.

MgF2 Coated Double-Convex (DCX) Lenses

Double Convex Lenses are used in image relay applications, or for imaging objects at close conjugates. Double Convex Lenses have positive focal lengths, along with two convex surfaces with equal radii. Aberrations will increase as the conjugate ratios increase. DCV Lenses are used in a range of industries or applications. Uni-Optics offers Double Convex lenses with a variety of coating options.

IR Windows Zinc Selenide ZnSe Windows

ZnSe is used widely for IR components, windows and lenses, and applied for Thermal Imaging, FLIR, Medical systems and Co2 Laser

UV Fused Silica Plano-Convex (PCX) Lenses

A Plano-Convex (PCX) lens causes light to focus to a point,it has a positive focal length,which is ideal for light collimation or for focusing applications utilizing monochromatic illumination, in a range of industries. Uni-Optics offers PCX lenses with a variety of coating options.

VIS-NIR Coated Double-Concave (DCV) Lenses

Double Concave Lenses are used in beam expansion, image reduction, or light projection applications. These lenses are also ideal for expanding the focal length of an optical system. Double Concave Lenses, which have two concave surfaces, are Optical Lenses with negative focal lengths. Uni-Optics offers Double Concave lenses with a variety of coating options.

IR Windows Calcium fluoride CaF2 Windows

CaF2 has transparent range from 170-7800nm. The refractive index is 1.399 at 5000nm. 1. Low absorption coefficient 2. High damage threshold, 3. Low Dispersion (with an Abbe Number of 95) 4. Low fluorescence 5. Excellent water, chemical, and heat resistance

Optical Glass Plano-Concave Lenses

Plano Concave Lenses are ideal for beam expansion, light projection, or for expanding an optical system's focal length. Plano Concave Lenses, which have one concave surface, are Optical Lenses with negative focal lengths. PCV Lenses should be shaped with the plano, or flat, surface towards the desired focal plane. PCV Lenses are ideal for use in a range of applications or industries. Uni-Optics offers PCV lenses with a variety of coating options.

IR Windows Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 Windows

MgF2 windows are used in the UV, visible and IR ranges, with approximately 94% transmission from 200 - 1000 nm, and approximately 95% transmission from 1-6µm

High Presion Optical Step Windows

Custom step windows are ideal use in viewports, pressure, and vacuum situations. Sapphire step windows also make great viewports for deep ocean vehicles.

High Precision Optical Brewster Windows

Great for Use in Laser Cavities Circular Profile When Oriented at 55.57° Uncoated UV Fused Silica Brewster Windows

Optical Glass Plano-Convex Lenses

Plano-Convex Lenses is best used where one conjugate point (object distance S or image distance S' ) is more than five times the other. This lens shape is near best-form for either focusing collimated light or for collimating a point source.

High Presion Double Convex Lenses and Bi-convex Lenses

Double Convex Lenses, Bi-convex Lenses have two outward curved surfaces, a positive focal length and are useful for 1:1 imaging and in multi-element systems.These lenses are designed to have a focal length of f= (R1*R2)/((n-1)*(R2-R1)) 1. Supported by the Zemax Optical Design Package 2. Posistive Focal Length 3. Material upon requirement

Optical Glass Plano-Concave Lenses

Plano-Concave Lenses have a negative focal length and is typically used to cause a collimated beam to diverge as in a Galilean type beam expander or Telescope. 1. Beam expansion 2. Light projection 3. Expanding an optical system’s focal length

High Presion Double Concave Lenses and Bi-concave Lenses

Double Concave Lenses, Bi-Concave Lenses is like the Plano-Concave lenses in that they are used to produce divergent light. The Bi-Concave is best used when the input beam is converging. 1. Supported by the Zemax Optical Design Package 2. Negative Focal Length 3. Material upon requirement

Positive meniscus lenses and Negative meniscus lenses

Positive meniscus lenses is convex-concave lens thicker at the center than at the edges, which frequently used for beam focusing applications. Negative meniscus lenses is convex-concave lens thinner at the center than edges, which frequently used for beam expanding applications.

Precision optical glass achromatic Lenses (Doublets)

Achromatic Lenses (Doublets) VIS 0° and VIS-NIR coated achromats are also available Correct for on-axis spherical and chromatic aberrations Custom Achromatic Lenses Available

Triplet Achromatic Lenses

Hastings triplets achromatic lenses are designed to provide an infinite conjugate ratio and are useful for focusing collimated beams and for magnification. Steinheil triplets achromatic lenses are designed to provide a finite conjugate ratio and 1:1 imaging.

Optical glass plano-convex cylinrical Lenses

Plaon-convex cylindrical lenses are used to provide focusing power in one section only, For illumination or detection of light from line sources.Also used for anamorphic compression of beams and images. 1. Used to Focus Light in One Dimension 2. Provide Anamorphic Shaping of a Beam 3. Rectangular and Circular Form Factors Available

Optical Glass Plano-Concave Cylinrical Lenses

Plaon-concave cylindrical lenses are used to provide focusing power in one section only, For illumination or detection of light from line sources.Also used for anamorphic compression of beams and images. 1. Ideal for Applications Requiring Magnification in One Dimension 2. Used to Transform a Collimated Beam into a Line 3. Rectangular and Circular Form Factors Available

Optical precision glass aspheric lenses

Precision Aspheric Lenses Collimate or Focus Light with a Single Element Reduce spherical aberration Reduce overall system weight

Lenses assemblies in monitoring and Medical and machine vision

Lens Assemblies, Mounted Lenses include: 1. Mega Pixels CCTV Lenses Assemblies 2. Road Monitoring Lenes Assemblies 3. Machine Vision Lenses Assemblies 4. Automotive Vision Lenses Assemblies 5. Endoscope Lenses Assemblies 6. Micro objective Lenses Assemblies

Optical Glass Ball Lenses and Half ball lenses

Optical glass ball lenses are commonly used 1. Laser collimating and focusing 2. Laser-to-fiber coupling 3. Fiber-to-fiber coupling 4. Fiber-to-detector coupling

Rods Lenses and Light pipes

Rod lenses Light pipes is used in the fields of medical, electronic, information, agriculture, communication and etc. 1.All surfaces (end-faces and cylinder)polished; 2.Only end-faces polished; 3.Only Cylinder polished.

Zinc Selenide Lenses and Windows

Infrared Zinc Selenide Lenses, windows is for High-Power CO2 Lasers Primary candidate for high-power CO2 Lasers windows For windows, domes and lenses for full infrared region devices, especially for high resolution FLIR systems 1. Broadband AR Coating for the 7 - 12 μm Range 2. Compatible with Visible Alignment Lasers

Germanium Infrared Lenses

Germanium lenses are perfect for Mid-Infrared(IR) applications 1. Excellent for Security, Military, and Imaging Applications 2. AR Coating Optimized for the 7 - 12 µm Range

Optical glass micro lenses and small size lenses

Optics Glass Micro Lenses Optics Glass micro lenses size are smaller than 3mm, which use for fibter, medical and laser etc. speciification. The shape could be achromatc lenses, plano-convex, meniscus etc. as micro lenses

Plano-Convex Rectangular Cylindrical Lenses

Plano-convex rectangular cylindrical lenses are useful for line imaging or uni-axial magnification in a wide range of applications. These lenses may be combined with other lenses to form complex imaging systems.

Optical glass Plano Convex Circular Cylindrical Lenses

Plano-convex circurlar cylindrical lenses are useful for line imaging or uni-axial magnification in a wide range of applications. These lenses may be combined with other lenses to form complex imaging systems.

Plano-concave rectangular Cylindrical Lenses

Plano-concave rectangular cylindrical lenses provide uni- axial negative imaging for anamorphic beam expansion and a wide range of applications.These lenses may also be used as mirror blanks if a concave cylindrical surface mirror is required.

Plano-Concave Circular Cylindrical Lenses

Plano-concave rectangular cylindrical lenses provide uni-axial negative imaging for anamorphic beam expansion and a wide range of applications.These lenses may also be used as mirror blanks if a concave cylindrical surface mirror is required.

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