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Supplier: Micro-Epsilon Group
Description: For laser material processing, laser welding and laser soldering Special blocking filter against laser radiation of most of all diode lasers and solid state lasers Far focus version for use with laser collimator optics Usable up to 85°C ambient temperature without cooling Short wave length
- Scale: Fahrenheit
- Fahrenheit Scale: -4 to 302 F
- Spectral Range: 2.3 microns
- Spot Ratio: 100
Supplier: II-VI INFRARED
Description: CO2 Laser Consumables: OEM-spec optics, nozzles, and accessories From rear mirrors to focusing lenses, and every optic in between, II-VI Infrared offers replacement laser optics and components, including focusing lenses and focusing (parabolic) mirrors, bend mirrors, collimators, reflective phase
- Type: Component / Subsystem
- Options / Components: Laser Optics / Beam Delivery
- Laser Type: CO2
Supplier: Ross Optical Industries
Description: These are lenses with one flat surface and one convex surface. They have a positive focal length and are used to converge or focus incoming light. They are best for infinite conjugate systems. They can be used in many different optical systems such as magnifiers, telescopes, collimators, condensers
- Lens Type: Spherical Lens
- Lens Application: Infrared, Visible, Ultraviolet
- Focal Length: 7.87 inch
- Diameter / Length: 5.12 inch
Supplier: Edmund Optics Inc.
Description: Power Delivery By High Brightness Fiber Visible and Infrared Wavelengths Stand-Alone System Compact, TEC with Forced Air Cooling These systems provide up to 450mW of continuous power and combine a high brightness glass fiber coupled to a laser diode with a thermoelectric cooler, heatsink, fan
- Wavelength Range: 910 to 920 nm
- Laser Power: 450 milliwatts
Noncontact Infrared Temperature Sensors - thermoMETER CTM3-XL Precision IR Temperature Sensor -- CTM-3SF300XLH3-C3Supplier: Micro-Epsilon
Description: Details For laser material processing, laser welding and laser soldering Special blocking filter against laser radiation of most of all diode lasers and solid state lasers Far focus version for use with laser collimator optics Usable up to 85°C ambient temperature without cooling Short
- Temperature Range: 752 to 3272 F
- Accuracy: 0.3000 ±% Full Scale
- Spectral Range: 2.3 microns
- Response Time: 1 milliseconds
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World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering 2006
Figure 3 shows schematic diagrams of infrared optical devices such as an infrared collimator and a focusing lens.
Infrared fiber-optic sensor for non-contact temperature measurements
To increase the amount of infrared radiation through the silver halide optical fiber and to the infrared sensors, optical devices such as an infrared collimator and a focusing lens are used.
Advanced Reflective Optical Systems For Ground-Based Laboratory Collimators
SSG has developed a range of large aperture infrared collimators for laboratory use.
Mounting and alignment technique for an eccentric pupil collimator
The goal of this effort was to design, build, and demonstrate a compact infrared collimator for use in a field-based FUR test set.
Athermalization and test validation of infrared imaging system
Fig 5, mainly composed by target simulator, infrared collimator , window and environment chamber, setup as shown in Fig 6.
LightPath Technologies Adds New Mid-Wave Infrared Collimator To Its Catalog
LightPath Technologies Adds New Mid-Wave Infrared Collimator To Its Catalog .
Application of multiple projector technologies for HWIL simulations
The resistor array projector has a 128×128 IR emitter array which generates dynamic imagery at a frame of 100Hz, the computer image generation system, the resistive array driving electronics, the cryogenic chamber and accessory, and infrared collimator .
Diffraction-limited infrared zoom collimator
The optical design and engineering of a 10 to 1 zoom ratio, 2 to 5 m waveband, diffraction limited infrared collimator is described.
Infrared Radiation Thermometer Using a Silver Halides Optical Fiber for Biomedical Applications
Fig. 4 shows schematic diagrams of infrared optical devices such as an infrared collimator and a focus head.