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UNI Optics Co., Ltd specializes in spherical lens, optical elements, custom lens design and assembly in China for many years. We have senior optical engineers team with over 10 years experience to offer you the most cost-effective optical solutions.

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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.

3mm Diameter, Aluminum Coated, Cone Lens

Cone lenses are cylindrical rod lenses with one end worked into a conical surface. The circumference of the rod is typically ground whereas the conical element is polished.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

BBAR Coated Hypotenuse Right Angle Prisms

Right Angle Prisms are typically used to bend image paths or for redirecting light at 90°. Right Angle Prisms are Prisms designed with a 90° angle. Right Angle Prisms produce inverted or reverted left handed images, depending on the orientation of the prism. Using two Right Angle Prisms together is ideal for image or beam displacement applications. These prisms are also known as image reflection or reflecting prisms.

N-BK7 Corner Cube Retroreflectors Prisms

Corner Cube Prism also called Retroreflector. It has three mutually perpendicular surfaces and a hypotenuse face. Light entering through the hypotenuse is reflected by each of the three surfaces in turn and will emerge through the hypotenuse face parallel to the entering beam regardless of the orientation of the incident beam. For its special performance, it is often used to the distance measurement, optical signal process and laser.

N-BK7 Penta Prisms

Penta Prisms are used to define right angles in optical systems. Penta Prisms, which provide right handed images,feature a ray deviation of 90°. Penta Prisms are five-sided prisms are unaffected by slight movements. Uni Optics offers a variety of Penta Prisms for optimal performance in the Ultraviolet (UV), Visible, or Infrared (IR) spectrums.

MgF2 Coated, Penta Prism Beamsplitter

Beamsplitter Penta Prism by adding a wedge and with partial reflective coating on one of its leaning surfaces, Penta Prism can be used as Beamsplitter. Transmission/reflection (T/R) ratio of 50/50, or others for Beamsplitter Penta Prism is available upon request.

N-BK7 and Fused Silica Wedge Prisms

Wedge prism is an optical element with plane-inclined surfaces, usually the faces are inclined toward one another at a very small angles. It diverts light toward its thicker portion. Wedge prisms can be used as isolating components. Wedges may also be used to produce a small deviation which doesnt allow return to source.

BK7 And Fused Silica Glass Dove Prisms

Invented by H.W. Dove, Dove Prisms are also known Reversion prisms. When the prism is rotated about its length axis, the image viewed through the prism rotates at twice the prism rotation rate. This is an unusual and sometimes useful property for special applications. Entry and exit faces are anti-reflection coated.

30° - 60° - 90° Littrow Dispersion Prisms

Dispersion Prisms are used in applications that require separating the incident light into its component wavelengths. For example, when white light enters a Dispersion Prism, it is separated into its three components: red, green, and blue. Dispersion Prisms are ideal for spectroscopy or laser tuning.

High performance anamorphic prism

The Anamorphic prisms are used in pairs to magnify input beam size along one axis while leaving the other axis unchanged. The elliptical laser diode beams can be transferred into nearly circular.

High Precision Rhomboid Prism

The Rhomboid prism application for rhomboid-prism is controlling and redirecting the optical path without affecting the image direction. They can be used to displace an optical center line for light beam folding and stereoscopic systems of different sizes.

AR coated Colour glass window

Color glass change the spectral properties of optical radiation. They therefore allow scientific experiments and industrial applications where that change is necessary. You can combine color glass filters together to change the band pass or to increase the attenuation.

AR Coated Sapphire Windows

Sapphire window retains its high strength at high temperatures, has good thermal properties and excellent transparency. It is chemically resistant to common acids and alkali at temperatures up to 1000 °C as well as to HF below 300 °C . These properties encourage its wide use in hostile environments where optical transmission in the range from the vacuum ultraviolet to the near infrared is required.

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