Plano-Convex Cylindrical Lenses

Circular Cylinder Plano-Convex Lenses -- GCL-11011
from Daheng New Epoch Technology, Inc.

Circular Cylinder Plano-Convex [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 3.2 to 12
  • Focal Length: 25 to 150
  • Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
Plano Convex Cylindrical Lens
from Dayoptics, Inc.

Cylindrical lenses focus light in only one dimension and are most commonly used to correct astigmatics in the eye, and in rangefinders, to produce astigmatism, stretching a point of light into a line. Recently cylindrical lens has been widely used in semiconductor diode lasers as FAC lenses. [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Focal Length: 25 to 400
  • Lens Application: Visible
  • Center Thickness: 3
Plano Convex Cylindrical Lens
from BRD Optical Co., Ltd.

A plano-convex cylindrical lens is used to condense light in one axis. A positive cylindrical lens is able to create a line image from a point of light, to change the aspect ratio of an image or to focus collimated input light to a line. Plano- convex cylindrical lenses are typically used for... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 2 to 20
  • Lens Application: Visible
  • Materials: Sapphire; Optical Glass, Fused Silica
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
Plano-Convex Cylindrical Lenses -- CLPX-254-127-R065-BK7
from CASTECH, Inc.

Note: Other sizes and focal are available upon request. Also the lens ring mounts are available upon request. [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Width: 12.7
  • Length: 25.4
  • Radius of Curvature: 6.57
Optical lenses 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
Cylindraical Lens
from Foctek Photonics, Inc.

Cylindrical lenses are used to correct astigmatism in the eye and in rangefinders, to produce astigmatism, stretching a point of light into a line, they are widely used in bar code scanning, projection optics systems, laser measurement systems and holography. Cylindrical lenses are available in... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave
  • Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
  • Materials: BK7 Glass; H-K9, Fused Silica, N-SF10, Silicon
  • Surface Flatness: λ/2; λ/4
Cylindrical lens BK7 equiv 100mmf.l x 25mmdia (Uncoated) -- LCC10025
from Knight Optical (UK) Ltd

As the name suggests cylindrical lenses have surfaces which are sections of a cylinder rather than the normal sphere normally used. Cylindrical lenses (cylinder lenses) are often used to change the profile of laser beams, for example to correct for astigmatism and ellipticity in diode lasers or to... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Edge Thickness: 1.5
  • Focal Length: 100
  • Length: 0.1500
Cylindrical Plano-Convex Lenses
from CeNing Optics Co., Ltd.

CeNing Optics specializes in manufacturing high precision optical components, including optical lenses, prisms, beam splitters, waveplates, polarizers, interference filters, laser mirrors, BBO crystals, achromatic lenses, cylindrical lenses, and CaF2 windows. CeNing Optics produces optical... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Focal Length: 8 to 500
  • Lens Application: Visible
  • Center Thickness: 2.8 to 7.44
Cylinder Plano-Convex Lenses -- GCL-1101
from Daheng New Epoch Technology, Inc.

Similar to a Plano-Convex lens in profile, but only as a cylinder instead of a sphere, this cylindrical lens focuses light only in one dimension. It can also transform a point image into a line image or charging the height of an image without affecting its width. There are two circumference shapes,... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 3.2 to 12
  • Focal Length: 25 to 400
  • Materials: BK7 Glass
Plano-Convex Cylindrical Lens - UV Fused Silica
from Dayoptics, Inc.

Material: UV-grade fused silica. Provide uncoated and coated UV broadband antireflection coating two options. Wavelength range: 185 nm - 2.1 micron (uncoated), 290--370 nm (UV-plated membrane). collimated laser diode outputs rounding. Focus can be selected within the range of 8.0 mm to 500.0 mm... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Focal Length: 8 to 500
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible; Ultraviolet
  • Materials: BK7 Glass
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
Cylindrical lens, concave UVFS, 12.5mmf.l, 25x50mm -- LCF1250
from Knight Optical (UK) Ltd

Fused silica cylindrical lenses are widely used in the ultraviolet applications and these cylindrical lenses find many applications for beam handling in this spectral region. Like all cylindrical lenses they will create line focii. These cylindrical lenses are the ultra-violet type manufactured from... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave
  • Edge Thickness: 1.5
  • Focal Length: 12.5
  • Length: 0.1500
Plano-Convex Cylindrical Lens --BK7
from Dayoptics, Inc.

Specifications. N-BK7 glass. Collimated laser diode outputs rounding. AR coating wavelength range: 650-1050 nanometers. Focal Length: 3.9 mm to 1000.0 mm. Focus Tolerance: ± 1%. a plano-convex cylindrical lens into a line image, only one direction control for the beam size. In the choice of... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Focal Length: 3.9 to 1000
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible
  • Materials: BK7 Glass
Positive Cylinder -- L-PCP003
from Ross Optical Industries

Positive cylinders have one flat surface and one convex surface. [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Focal Length: 6.35
  • Lens Application: Infrared (optional feature); Visible (optional feature); Ultraviolet (optional feature)
  • Center Thickness: 3.5
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
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 Thorlabs, Inc.

At Thorlabs, we constantly reinforce our desire to serve at the pleasure of our customers. From this comes our desire to be connected to our industry in a way that far exceeds what would typically be expected of a vendor. Thorlabs lives this core principle by seeking to enhance, at every turn, the... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave
  • Focal Length: -1000 to 1000
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible; Ultraviolet
  • Center Thickness: 1.8 to 9.7
N-BK7 Precision Cylindrical Lenses
from Newport Corporation

Cylindrical lenses focus or expand light within a single axis only. N-BK7 cylindrical lenses are manufactured from fine annealed glass and polished to tight tolerances to meet the demanding requirements of applications including line illumination for metrology, laser scanning, spectroscopy, and... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave
  • Focal Length: -200 to 300
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible
  • Length: 12.5 to 50.8
Plano Convex Cylindrical Lenses
from Tower Optical Corporation

Material : BK7 or equal [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 3.01 to 4.31
  • Focal Length: 12.7 to 150
  • Edge Thickness: 2 to 3
Barium Fluoride (BaF2) Lenses
from EKSMA OPTICS

Barium fluoride (BaF2) is used for optical windows, prisms and lenses transmitting from ultraviolet into infrared, it can be used as infrared laser window or lens. BaF2 is recommended for use as a vacuum ultraviolet window where high radiation resistance is required. BaF2 is less soluble than LiF,... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Length: 12.7 to 25.4
  • Focal Length: 25 to 1000
  • Materials: Barium Fluoride
UV Fused Silica Precision Cylindrical Lenses
from Newport Corporation

Cylindrical lenses focus or expand light within a single axis only. Our UV Fused Silica Cylindrical Lenses are manufactured from fine annealed glass with low scatter and autofluorescence ideal for UV or Visible Light applications including line illumination for metrology, laser scanning,... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex; Plano-Concave
  • Focal Length: -300 to 300
  • Lens Application: Infrared; Visible; Ultraviolet
  • Length: 12.5 to 50.8
Plano Convex Lenses
from Tower Optical Corporation

Tower Optical ’s plano convex lenses have positive focal lengths, converge incident light, and form both real images (as might be focused in a piece of paper), and virtual images (as are seen through the lenses when they are used as magnifiers.). They are widely used in telescopes,... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 1.79 to 11.74
  • Focal Length: 10 to 250
  • Edge Thickness: 1.5 to 2
BK7 Plano-Convex Lenses
from EKSMA OPTICS

These simplest form lenses have flat surface on one side and spherical surface on the other. They are widely used in telescopes, microscopes, collimators, optical transceivers, magnifiers, condenser systems and eyepieces. Plano convex lens made of BK7, UV FS (UV grade Fused Silica), CaF2 (Calcium... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 2.1 to 12.3
  • Focal Length: 20 to 10000
  • Length: 12.7 to 76.2
Conical Lenses (Axicons)
from EKSMA OPTICS

Plano-convex axicons have one conical and one plano surface. Axicons can be defined by their apex angle. Conical lenses are used to transform the light into a ring or to create an approximation of non-diffractive Bessel beam from collimated Gaussian beam in the near field. A combination of axicons... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Materials: BK7 Glass; Ultra-violet grade Fused Silica
  • Length: 25.4 to 30
  • Surface Quality: 40-20 Scratch / Dig; 60-40 Scratch / Dig
Plano-Concave Cylindrical Lenses
from EKSMA OPTICS

These lenses are used in laser scanners, spectroscopy, dye lasers, acousto-optics, optical processors and other similar applications. They are the best for circularization of diode laser outputs. Earlier remarks made about plano-convex and plano-concave spherical lenses, with regard to aberrations... [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 1.4 to 3.8
  • Focal Length: 15 to 500
  • Width: 10 to 25.4
Plano-Convex Cylindrical Lenses
from EKSMA OPTICS

These lenses are used to focus light to a thin line in laser scanners, spectroscopy, dye lasers, acousto-optics, optical processors and other similar applications. They are the best for circularization of diode laser outputs, energy collection for linear detectors or for coupling to a slit input. [See More]

  • Lens Form: Plano-Convex
  • Center Thickness: 2.2 to 10
  • Focal Length: 15 to 1500
  • Width: 10 to 25.4