Concave-Concave Cylindrical Lenses

Optical Lenses
from CRYSTECH, Inc.

Lenses have many applications ranging from the simple collection of the scanning of laser beams to precise imaging and image transfer. CRYSTECH provide these lenses for different application. Plano-convex. Positive focus length. Most suitable where one conjugate is more than five times the other,... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave; Convex-Convex; Concave-Concave
  • Materials: BK7 Glass; Calcium Fluoride; Zinc Selenide; Ultra-violet grade Fused Silica
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible; Ultraviolet
  • Surface Flatness: λ/2 (optional feature); λ/4
Cylindrical Lens
from Intrinsic Crystal Technology Co., Ltd. (ICC)

A cylindrical lens is typically used to focus, condense or expand incoming light. A cylindrical lens has one cylindrical surface, causing light to be focused in a single dimension or axis. It can also be used to expand the output of a laser diode into a symmetrical beam. ICC supply various kinds... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave; Convex-Convex; Concave-Concave
  • Length: 1.2 to 350
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible; Ultraviolet
  • Materials: BK7 Glass; Calcium Fluoride; Ultra-violet grade Fused Silica; Silicon, Other
Optical Lenses -- Cylindical
from CRYSTECH, Inc.

Cylindical Lens: Used to provide focusing power in one section only. For illumination or detection of light from line sources. Also used to anamorphic compression of beams and images. [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave; Convex-Convex; Concave-Concave
  • Materials: BK7 Glass; Calcium Fluoride; Zinc Selenide; Ultra-violet grade Fused Silica
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible; Ultraviolet
  • Surface Flatness: λ/2 (optional feature); λ/4
Laser Optics -- XZMV-15750350
from KENTEK Corporation

Optics are used in a wide variety of applications, including the collection of light and images and modification of laser energy through collimation, convergence, and divergence. With the many available laser wavelengths and multitude of laser applications, selecting the appropriate optics is... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave; Convex-Convex; Concave-Concave
  • Materials: BK7 Glass; Germanium; Sapphire; Zinc Selenide; Ultra-violet grade Fused Silica; Plastic, Quartz, Silicon
Cylindrical Lenses
from Rocky Mountain Instrument/RMI Laser

Cylindrical Lenses focus incoming light in one dimension only, such as in transforming a point image into a line image or changing the height of an image without changing its width or vice versa. RMI Cylindrical Lenses are designed per customer wavelength. Both sides can be coated with an RMI high... [See More]

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

These lenses are symmetrical with equal radii on both sides. The biconcave lenses are often used to expand light beams or to increase focal lengths in optical systems, and are normally used in combination with other lenses. Among the many devices utilising biconcave lenses are laser beam expanders,... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Concave-Concave
  • Center Thickness: 1.7 to 4.8
  • Focal Length: 12.5 to 500
  • Length: 12.7 to 25.4