Sapphire Spherical Lenses Datasheets

Spherical Lens
from AccessOptics

Access Optics has delivered more than a million optical components meeting customer needs in markets from general photonics to the supercritical requirements of surgical imaging and deep UV lithography. We manufacture lenses from virtually all optical substrate materials and provide a limitless... [See More]

  • Materials: Sapphire
  • Surface Flatness: λ/4
  • Lens Application: Infrared (optional feature); Visible (optional feature); Ultraviolet (optional feature)
  • Lens Features: Antireflection Coating (optional feature)
Spherical Lenses
from CVI Laser Optics

Spherical lenses can be used to focus a beam, form an image, and collimate or expand a beam of light.   At CVI Laser Optics, we routinely manufacture lenses with high surface quality and accuracy, and have extensive experience in delivering high laser damage threshold optics.   However, we... [See More]

  • Materials: BK7 Glass (optional feature); Crown Glass (optional feature); SF11 Glass (optional feature); Calcium Fluoride (optional feature); Sapphire (optional feature); Ultra-violet grade Fused Silica (optional feature)
  • Lens Application: Infrared (optional feature); Visible (optional feature); Ultraviolet (optional feature)
  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex (optional feature); Plano-Concave (optional feature); Convex-Convex (optional feature); Concave-Concave (optional feature)
  • Focal Length: -1000 to 10
Infrared Plano-Convex Lenses
from Newport Corporation

These Plano-convex lenses are ideal for IR applications. There are offered in four different types of IR materials for a variety of IR tranmission ranges and properties. High IR transmission materials. Plano-convex for focussing applications. Sapphire, Calcium Floride, Zinc Selenide or AMTIR-1... [See More]

  • Materials: Calcium Fluoride; Sapphire; Zinc Selenide; AMTIR-1
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible; Ultraviolet
  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Focal Length: 25.4 to 1000
Spherical Lenses
from Rocky Mountain Instrument/RMI Laser

Spherical Lenses are the most common lenses in optical systems design. RMI manufactures standard and custom spherical lenses from a wide range of materials with a wide range of size and shape specifications. Both sides can be coated with an RMI high efficiency narrowband, anti-reflective coating. [See More]

  • Materials: BK7 Glass; Calcium Fluoride; Germanium; Sapphire; Zinc Selenide; Ultra-violet grade Fused Silica; Fused Silica, Cleartran, Barium fluoride, Magnesium Flouride, Silicon
  • Surface Quality: 10-5 Scratch / Dig; 20-10 Scratch / Dig; 40-20 Scratch / Dig
  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave; Convex-Convex; Concave-Concave
  • Surface Flatness: λ/4; λ/10