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  • Spherical Mirrors-Image
    Spherical Mirrors - (88 companies)
    ...as center thickness or edge thickness. Focal length is the distance from the spherical mirror the light converges. Mirror material refers to the classification of the material used to make spherical mirrors. The material used influences the reflectivity... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Parabolic Mirrors - (36 companies)
    ...is the distance from the mirror the light converges. Materials. Parabolic mirrors can be supplied in a variety of materials. Mirror material refers to the classification of the material used to make the mirror. The material used influences... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Optical Mirrors - (381 companies)
    ...is the radius of curvature for the mirror. There are two thickness measurements for optical mirrors: center thickness and edge thickness. Units of measure include inches, feet, and yards; nanometers, centimeters, and millimeters, and miles... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laser Mirrors - (81 companies)
    Image Credit: Edmund Optics | CVI Laser Optics. Laser mirrors are designed for high reflectance and durability at individual laser wavelength ranges. Laser mirrors are used on the surface of solid-state lasers including alexandrite, Nd-glass, ruby... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Spherometers - (5 companies)
    Spherometers Information. Spherometers are used to measure the radius or curvature of spherical surfaces such as optical lenses, spherical mirrors, and balls. These small, high-precision optical test instruments are also used to measure... Learn More
  • Reflectors - (52 companies)
    ...reflectors are a circular segment from one side of a full paraboloid. The focal point is off the mechanical axis, giving full access to the reflector focus area. Unlike standard parabolic mirrors, these mirrors direct and focus incident collimated... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Spherical Lenses - (218 companies)
    ...or divergent, lenses spread (or diverge) light, effectively performing in an opposite manner when compared to positive lenses. Meniscus lenses, which effectively combine convex and concave lenses, can be positive or negative, depending on which side... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Telescopes - (58 companies)
    ...mirror. Typically, this mirror is a glass disk ground into a concave or parabolic shape. The mirror in reflecting telescopes is also coated with a thin film of silver or aluminum to make it highly reflective. By contrast, catadioptric telescopes use... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lasers - (730 companies)
    ...medium. The mirrors reflect transmitted light back into the gain medium -- sometimes hundreds of times -- in order to suitably amplify it for output. The mirror nearest the output is known as the output coupler, as it allows some light to leave... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Optical Lenses - (450 companies)
    ...the opposite category -- reflectives (which reflect light rather than transmit it) -- include optical mirrors and retroreflectors. Optical lenses have been used since at least c. 700 BCE for a variety of applications, including: . Magnification... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...measurement. Averaging several dynamic measurements cancels. the effect of turbulence, leaving only the optic’s shape in the measurement data. Measuring Large Concave Mirrors. Telescope mirror manufacturers, such as the Steward Observatory Mirror Lab, have mastered techniques for. producing lightweight...

Spitfire Pro. Iris. Gas cell. aperture. Observation. Concave. port. mirror. From Spitfire Pro. Figure 2: Block diagram for the experimental setup used to produce continuum. pulses. The laser source is the Spectra Physics Spitfire laser. Two inch ultrafast. mirrors as well as one ultrafast beamsplitter...

...while providing a simple, cost-effective. design. Additional mirrors and mirror mounts are not necessary in concave aberration corrected grating designs. 3) System straylight parameters. 2. The process of manufacturing holographic gratings makes the grating surface smoother than ruled gratings...

Direct-Direct. Direct-Scattered (Reference). Scattered-Direct (Test). Scattered-Scattered. Focusing. Lens. Interferogram. Mirror. Under Test. Imaging. Scatterplate. Lens. (Near center of curvature of. mirror being tested). Figure 1. Scatterplate Interferometer for Testing Concave Mirrors. It seems...

...the mounting points of the front seat tracks from the floor to the side sills and transmission tunnel. And in the front, the lower portion of the instrument panel is slightly concave for extra knee room. The trunk also is...

...by. changing of laser diode temperature: for temperature 15 ◦C laser diode operates at at 803 nm, wavelength 808 nm. corresponds with temperature 35 ◦C. The line-width of emitted radiation was ∼ 3 nm. 2.3. Laser Oscillator. The side-pumped trigonal crystals were for most cases tested in simple semi-concave...

...improvements have. EPP2000C UV-VIS spectrometer, consists of an aberration. been made to ruggedize miniature fiber optic. corrected concave grating with no mirrors and a securely. mounted detector. There are no moving parts for portable. spectrometers for industrial and portable applications...

...measurements for these studies. An EPP2000C-100 spectrometer was used to capture emission spectra in. the 190 to 840 nm (UV/VIS/NIR) spectral range. It was constructed using a concave holographic aberration. corrected grating having 590 grooves/mm. No light collimating or focusing mirrors were required...

...example of the secondary advantages offered by the diamond turning manufacturing process. In this example, the expander is an off-axis concave parabola. The substrate has been constructed with precision mounting diameters and a locating pinhole precisely spaced from the back end of the optic...

...medical components offers continuous conical-needle grinding capabilities. The process produces mirror-finish parts with ultraprecision tips. Applications include solid conical points with straight linear tapers, and convex/concave or bullet-shaped profiles. Chamfered tubing and tapered pins can also...

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  • Inexpensive ‘Adaptive Optics’ Achieved By Sandia’s Optical Clamp
    But for the overwhelming majority of laser users who do not need such fine control, deformation of a single mirror through convex or concave deformation applied through only a single... ...be the ticket, especially when the price is expected to be...
  • Inexpensive 'adaptive optics' achieved by Sandia's optical clamp
    But for the overwhelming majority of laser users who do not need such fine control, deformation of a single mirror through convex or concave deformation applied through only a single... ...be the ticket, especially when the price is expected to be...
  • Inexpensive ‘Adaptive Optics’ Achieved By Sandia’s Optical Clamp
    But for the overwhelming majority of laser users who do not need such fine control, deformation of a single mirror through convex or concave deformation applied through only a single... ...be the ticket, especially when the price is expected to be...
  • Edgewise pressure gauges
    It is not possible to place the source of light under investigation directly before the entrance slit of the spectrometer, an image of this source may be projected on the slit by means of an adjustable concave mirror of 150mm. diameter and... The price of the instrument is 1800 Dutch guilders. .
  • Recording spectrometer
    It is not possible to place the source of light under investigation directly before the entrance slit of the spectrometer, an image of this source may be projected on the slit by means of an adjustable concave mirror of 150mm. diameter and... The price of the instrument is 1800 Dutch guilders. .
  • Grating spectrophotometer for the Schumann ultra-violet range
    A serious drawback of prism instruments is the risk of trouble from large amounts of scattered light, though Hammond and Price (’) have ingeniously overcome this by modulating the... ...the exit slit by vibration of the back mirror in a Littrow arrangement. For most work, use of a concave grating has notable advantages.
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  • The Computer Graphics Manual
    which are concave ) that captures the entire (or almost the entire) half-sphere of image above it and sends it up, where it is reflected by a small, flat mirror (red in the figure) and sent down through a hole in the... The price for all this (aside from the price of the camera and mirror) is image distortion.
  • Transformations and Projections in Computer Graphics
    Its main part is a convex parabolic mirror (in contrast to the mirrors used in telescopes, which are concave ) that captures the entire (or almost the entire) half... ...up, where it is reflected by a small, flat mirror and sent down through... The price for all this (aside from the price of the camera and mirror) is image distortion.