Flint Glass Optical Lenses Datasheets

Achromatic Lenses
from Artifex Engineering

The achromatic lens consists of two or more elements, usually of crown and flint glass, such that the composite element has been corrected for chromatic aberration with respect to two selected wavelengths. In these lenses, chromatic, spherical and coma aberrations are considerably reduced. These... [See More]

  • Materials: Crown Glass; Flint Glass
  • Lens Application: Visible
  • Lens Type: Achromats
  • Focal Length: 630
Gradium® Lens -- GAD-10-20
from LightPath Technologies, Inc.

Gradium ® Lens, single lens replacement for conventional doublets [See More]

  • Materials: Crown Glass (optional feature); Flint Glass
  • Focal Length: 20
  • Lens Type: Gradient Index Lens
  • Center Thickness: 6
Negative Achromats -- L-AON003
from Ross Optical Industries

Negative Achromats consist of two optical components, a crown and a flint glass lens, cemented together. The crown is usually a bi-concave lens. As is true to all Achromats, they are corrected for color and on-axis spherical aberration. They are used predominantly to extend focal lengths in... [See More]

  • Materials: Crown Glass; Flint Glass
  • Lens Application: Infrared (optional feature); Visible; Ultraviolet (optional feature)
  • Lens Type: Achromats; Spherical Lens
  • Focal Length: -20