Edmund Optics has expanded its laser mirror line with the introduction of the Tech Spec high-energy excimer family of laser mirrors for high-power UV applications.
Lenses and optics
With recent product launches of beamsplitters, windows, and mirrors, Edmund Optics offers a comprehensive selection of components capable of withstanding the challenges posed by today's advanced laser sources.
When a short pulse travels through a dispersive medium, the component frequencies are separated in time. Sill Optics provides beam achromatic expanders and f-theta objectives to account for this.
Edmund Optics has improved its Tech Spec line of achromatic lenses. They are now offered with the VIS 0Â° multilayer, broadband anti-reflection coating to minimise reflections in the visible spectrum.
Edmund Optics has introduced a precision-grade cube beamsplitter for high-power Nd:YAG Lasers. Tech Spec High-Energy Polarising Cube Beamsplitters use multilayer dielectric film technology to minimise reflection and absorption losses.
Aspheric lenses offer optical designers control of light-ray refraction over the whole lens surface, making it possible to produce optical systems with higher performance in compact packages.
B&M is now offering customers sample cases of optical lenses. Three different types are available, including ground and polished optics and moulded lenses of various shapes.
Edmund Optics has introduced its new ReflX 15X Objectives, which exhibits near-diffraction limited performance. It is used in applications requiring superior image quality over a broad spectral range.
Edmundâ€™s family of beam expanders offers high performance optical designs packaged in a precise opto-mechanical platform, with smooth movement for the optics and a precise focusing mechanism.
Laser Components has introduced 3rd Millennium filters, which combine patent-pending, hermetically-sealed assemblies with Omega Optical Alpha technology.. They offer superior spectral performance and longer filter life.