Parabolic Mirror Optical Mirrors Datasheets

Front Surface Parabolic Mirrors for Imaging Systems
from Qioptiq

Designed for imaging systems. No spherical aberration. High-precision flatness. Substrates are fabricated from low expansion material. Aluminum coatings with a protective SiO2 overcoating (RAL). Mirror radii = 2 • f [See More]

  • Mirror Types: Parabolic Mirror
  • Diameter/Width: 100
  • Focal Length: 660
  • Mirror Coatings: Protected Aluminum
Off Axis Parabolic Mirror -- OAP090-30-180y
from Specialty Components, Inc.

Diamond turned first-surface Aluminum mirrors provide a highly efficient parabolic focus of light in the infrared range. Guaranteed at ½ , ¼ or 1/8 waveform accuracy with <16nm Ra surface finish. Select from protected Aluminum, protected Gold or untreated coatings combined with your... [See More]

  • Mirror Types: Parabolic Mirror
  • Mirror Shape: Elliptical
  • Diameter/Width: 22.86
  • Mirror Materials: Aluminum
100mm Dia x 12.5mm FL Parabolic Reflector, Cold Mirror Coating -- NT90-967
from Edmund Optics Inc.

Precision Polished Substrate. Protected Aluminum and Cold Mirror Coating Options. Ideal for Highly Divergent Light Sources. Precision Ellipsoidal Reflectors Also Available. Precision Parabolic Reflectors are ideal for collimating a light source placed at the focal point of the mirror. The parabolic... [See More]

  • Mirror Types: Parabolic Mirror
  • Mirror Shape: Round
  • Diameter/Width: 100
  • Mirror Materials: BOROFLOAT®
Long Working Distance Off-Axis Parabolas

In Ithe past, the working distance (WD) of off-axis parabolic mirrors was limited to the two-axis diamond-turning lathe ™s swing diameter. Today, II-VI routinely produces long working distance parabolas with any turning angle using slow tool servo technology. Like standard working distance... [See More]

  • Mirror Types: Laser Mirror; Parabolic Mirror
  • Reflector / Parabolic Mirror Shape: Off Axis Paraboloid
Off-Axis Replicated Parabolic Mirrors
from Newport Corporation

Our standard off-axis parabolic mirrors are segments of a full paraboloid with a circular cross sectional aperture. The optical axis is folded 90 ° and displaced from the mechanical axis, giving unobstructed access. Parabolic mirrors allow achromatic collimation or focusing of light from UV to... [See More]

  • Mirror Types: Parabolic Mirror
  • Wavelength Range: 190 to 15000
  • Focal Length: 20.32 to 203
  • Diameter/Width: 38.1