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Spherical Mirrors - (90 companies)
Mirror Mounts - (26 companies)
Parabolic Mirrors - (36 companies)
Laser Mirrors - (85 companies)
Hot Mirrors and Cold Mirrors - (44 companies)
Flat Mirrors - (139 companies)
Optical Mirrors - (391 companies)
Spherical Lenses - (232 companies)
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Specialty Components, Inc.
Spherical Mirrors, Concave/Convex These first-surface spherical Aluminum metal mirrors from Specialty Components, Inc. have 1/2 - 1/4 waveform accuracy and a 16 nm Ra surface finish (certified with interferometry and non-contact optical profilometry). Infrared applications will benefit from our two standard coatings: Silicon monoxide or Silicon monoxide over gold. Mounting holes on back surface are standard. Specify Concave or Convex shape. These spherical first-surface Aluminum mirrors are useful in reflecting... (read more)Browse Spherical Mirrors Datasheets for Specialty Components, Inc.
Fennell Spring Company
Conical, Concave, Convex Compression Springs Custom, precision, stress-relieved, high tolerance … what you can expect from Fennell Spring. Available in a variety of sizes and constant cylindrical diameters, as well as conical, concave, convex or any combination of these shapes based on your application. ISO Certified. Fennell Spring ’s in-house grinding operation assures our ends meet your needs. (read more)
Laser Optics and Mirrors Call Kentek for all your Laser Optics needs. We stock optics for many industrial and medical systems. We will also build to your specifications. Upgrade your coatings with our exceptional high temperature and "diamond resistant" coatings. Lenses: Plano Convex, Bi-Convex, Plano Concave, Bi-Concave, Meniscus, Aspheric, Achromatic Doublet, Positive Cylindrical, Negative Cylindrical, Hastings Triplets, Ball, Fresnel. Mirrors: High Reflector, Partial Reflector, Beam Splitter, Dichroic. Materials... (read more)Browse Laser Optics, Heads, and Beam Delivery Components Datasheets for KENTEK Corporation
Total Plastics, Inc.
Acrylic Mirror and Colored Acrylic Mirror Acrylic Mirror and Colored Acrylic Mirror. Acrylic mirror and colored acrylic mirror are rigid, impact-resistant, weatherable and lightweight thermoplastic sheets. Acrylic mirror offers excellent optical quality with half the weight of glass and many times the impact resistance. Acrylic mirror sheet offers the high clarity of glass mirror and the ease of handling and fabricating expected of extruded sheet. Their acrylic mirrored products can easily be cut, routed, drilled and cemented... (read more)Browse Plastic Sheet and Plastic Film Datasheets for Total Plastics, Inc.
Advanced Optics, Inc.
Optical Mirrors Advanced Optics has been manufacturing precision optical mirrors for over 45 years. Our product line consists of optical mirrors made from Borofloat, Supremax, fused silica, zerodur and Bk7 with surface accuracy available up to 1/20 wave. Standard coatings include protected and bare aluminum, protected and bare gold, protected silver, aluminum magnesium fluoride, and enhanced aluminum (one specifically designed for the visible region of the spectrum and one... (read more)Browse Optical Mirrors Datasheets for Advanced Optics, Inc.
Cascade Optical Corp.
Dielectric Mirrors quality guaranty a very high laser induced damage threshold. Next plot shows spectral performance of the high power laser mirror designed to operate @ 1064 nm over 0°±30° with reflection higher than 99.95% for R, Rs and Rp. Our HR coatings designed to operate from 1030 to 1310 nm showed no laser-induced damage when exposed to 10 MW/cm² power density of CW laser. Several of our laser line mirrors designed to operate within 1030 and 1310 range passed tests with 10 J/cm² @ 3 ns pulsewidth... (read more)Browse Optical Coating Services Datasheets for Cascade Optical Corp.
Cascade Optical Corp.
COLD MIRRORS Cold mirrors are a special case of blocking short and passing long waves. Typical "Cold mirror" reflects wavelengths shorter than 700 nm. In this case 830 nm is selected as a half-maximum T point, cut-on point is 800 nm, and 700 nm is cut-off point. These filters can be use to reduce "noise" illumination in the visible and increase quantum efficiency for NIR detection. They are commonly used in night vision camera systems. They are also used as IR illumination filtration. One can illuminate... (read more)
Hot Mirrors Hot Mirrors. Hot Mirrors perform as their name states: they reflect the heat and transmit the visible light. All of the coatings are classified as hard, first-surface dielectric, and will meet or exceed the specified humidity and abrasion specifications. To prevent cracking or crazing from high heat applications, all coatings are deposited onto a low-expansion material such as borosilicate glass. (read more)Browse Hot Mirrors and Cold Mirrors Datasheets for Andover Corporation
Custom Hot Mirrors & Cold Mirrors Dichroic mirrors (or beamsplitters) guide light by selectively transmitting and reflecting different wavelengths - commonly used to combine light from multiple LEDs into a common light path, or in reverse separating white light or fluorescence excitation and emission bands into discrete components. Cold Mirrors - Separate heat and light by reflecting visible and transmitting infrared - commonly at a 45 ° angle (also available for plane mirrors, reflectors, and other optics). (read more)
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