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BK7 double-convex lenses (DCX) are versatile optical components renowned for their excellent transmittance across a broad spectrum ranging from 350nm to 2000nm. These lenses are primarily utilized in finite imaging applications where precise focusing and clarity are essential. Crafted from BK7 glass, these lenses offer superior ...

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Material: BK7, UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, H-K9L
Diameter: 2-100 mm
Focal Length: 2.5-100 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 1-5 mm
Lens Type: Bi-Convex
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The BK7 Double Concave Lens (DCV) is a specialized optical component designed to diverge parallel light beams. Similar to the plano concave lens, the double concave lens features a negative focal length, resulting in the dispersion of light rays. With both sides possessing the same radius of curvature, these lenses are crucial for ...

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Material: BK7, UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, H-K9L
Diameter: 3-50 mm
Focal Length: -6~-75 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 1-16 mm
Lens Type: Bi-Concave
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The Plano Concave Lens (PCV) is a specialized optical component primarily designed for diverging parallel light. Crafted from high-quality BK7 material, these lenses offer excellent transmittance from visible light to near-infrared wavelengths (350-2000nm). Widely utilized in laser systems and telescopes, BK7 Plano Concave Lenses are ...

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Material: BK7, UVFS, CaF2, H-K9L
Diameter: 4-50 mm
Focal Length: -6~-500 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 2-13 mm
Lens Type: Plano-Concave
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The Plano Convex Lens (PCX) is a versatile optical component primarily used for focusing parallel light or transferring spot light into parallel light. With a design optimized for high transmittance from visible light to near-infrared wavelengths (350-2000nm), BK7 Plano Convex Lenses offer exceptional optical performance across a ...

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Material: BK7, UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, H-K9L
Diameter: 3-75 mm
Focal Length: 4-500 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 0.8-4 mm
Lens Type: Plano-Convex
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We supply sapphire lenses in various designs such as cylindrical lenses, spherical lenses, microlenses, converging lenses (biconvex, plano-convex, concavo-convex) and diverging lenses (biconcave, plano-concave, convex-concave).

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Material: Al2O3 (Sapphire)
Diameter: 1-200 mm
Focal Length: - mm
Edge Thickness, Te: - mm
Lens Type: Plano-Convex, Plano-Concave, Bi-Convex, Bi-Concave
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Achromatic lenses are a combination of a positive low refractive index (corona crown ) and negative high refractive index (flint). Compared with monolithic singlet lens the doublet design can provide users with additional design freedom and further optimize the performance of the lens. Therefore, the advantages of achromatic lenses ...

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Mounting: Unmounted
Optimal Wavelength Range: 400-700nm
Diameter: 12.5 mm
Focal Length: 25 mm
Achromat Type: Doublet
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Fresnel lens Size: 400x300mm Focal Length: 510mm Material: PMMA

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Material: PMMA Acrylic
Lens Type: Positive
Focal Length: 510 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.5 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: 400x300 mm
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Plano Convex Lens Diameter: 25.4mm Focal Length: 25.3mm Radius: 13.1mm Material: N-BK7 Coating: on your request

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Material: BK7
Diameter: 25.4 mm
Focal Length: 25.3 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 1.8 mm
Lens Type: Plano-Convex
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Fresnel lens Size: 400x300mm Focal length: 510mm Material: PMMA

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Material: PMMA Acrylic
Lens Type: Positive
Focal Length: 510 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.5 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: 400x300 mm
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Aspherical optical parts can well correct various aberrations in optical systems and improve imaging quality. It can replace spherical parts with one or several aspheric parts, thereby simplifying the instrument structure, reducing costs and effectively reducing the weight of the instrument.

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Diameter: 2-300 mm
Material: UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, Ge
Effective Focal Length: 15-5000 mm
Numerical Aperture (NA): -
Wavelength Range: 300-1600nm
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Cylindrical lens are generally used to converge parallel or diverging beams to a line or to change the aspect ratio of an image. Cylindrical lens can be divided into two structures: plano-convex and plano-concave, both of which are used to converge or diverge beams, respectively. A wide range of materials and coatings of Cylindrical ...

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Lens Type: Positive, Negative
Material: UVFS, CaF2
Size: 30*20 mm
Focal Length: 75 mm
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Meniscus Lenses are concave-convex lenses that contain both positive and negative meniscus lenses. The Positive meniscus lenses are thicker in the middle than at the edges, allowing light to converge, and are designed to reduce tertiary spherical aberration. When they are used to converge a collimated beam, the convex side should ...

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Material: UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, Ge, H-K9L
Diameter: 12.7 mm
ROC1: 7.5 mm
ROC2: 72.4 mm
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Biconcave lenses have a negative focal length and consist of two concave surfaces of equal curvature, which can disperse a parallel incident beam outward and are commonly used for beam spreading, collimation, projection and focal length expansion of optical systems. Biconcave lenses disperse a collimated beam to an imaginary focal ...

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Material: UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, Si, Ge, H-K9L, BaF2, MgF2
Diameter: 12.7~25.4 mm
Focal Length: -15~-1000 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 2~6 mm
Lens Type: Bi-Concave
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Biconvex lens has two surfaces that are spherical and have the same radius of curvature, which makes the object and image distances equal or similar, when the difference is minimal. Biconvex lens focuses light into a single point with a positive focal length and can be used to focus a collimated beam or to collimate a point source. ...

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Material: UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, Si, Ge, H-K9L, BaF2, MgF2
Diameter: 12.7-76.2 mm
Focal Length: 12.7-500 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 2.2-14.6 mm
Lens Type: Bi-Convex
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Plano-concave lens with one concave side and one flat side can spread the light out and has a negative focal length. Plano-concave lenses are often used for beam extension, projection and focal length expansion of optical systems. The plano-concave lenses has a negative focal length and negative spherical aberration, which can be ...

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Material: UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, Si, Ge, H-K9L, BaF2, MgF2
Diameter: 2-300 mm
Focal Length: 15-5000 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 0.12-60 mm
Lens Type: Plano-Concave
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Plano-convex lens is a positive lens that is used in optical systems for beam expansion, image formation, beam collimation, focus collimation, beam collimation point source, and other applications. Plano-convex lens is convex on one side and flat on the other and has a positive focal length, and is often used for applications related ...

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Material: UVFS, CaF2, ZnSe, Si, Ge, H-K9L, BaF2, MgF2
Diameter: 12.7-76.2 mm
Focal Length: 20-2000 mm
Edge Thickness, Te: 1.5-3 mm
Lens Type: Plano-Convex
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Our SC series lenses are crafted through advanced injection molding and compression molding technologies, insuring a superior surface quality and by that optical performance. The unique design of our polymer Fresnel lenses not only ensures optimal optical performance but also offers significant advantages. Compared to traditional ...

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Material: PMMA Acrylic
Lens Type: Non-Imaging - Spot, Positive
Focal Length: 255.3 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.152 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: infinite mm
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Explore ORAFOL's line of microstructured precision optics, featuring innovative Fresnel lenses. These lenses, made of lightweight and durable plastic, offer advantages such as reduced weight and volume, high apertures, visual design flexibility, and cost-effective solutions. ORAFOL, a renowned manufacturer of CNC plasma cutting ...

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Material: PMMA Acrylic
Lens Type: Spherical, Non-Imaging - Spot, Positive
Focal Length: 40.8 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.381 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: inf mm
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Explore ORAFOL's line of microstructured precision optics, featuring innovative Fresnel lenses. These lenses, made of lightweight and durable plastic, offer advantages such as reduced weight and volume, high apertures, visual design flexibility, and cost-effective solutions. ORAFOL, a renowned manufacturer of CNC plasma cutting ...

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Material: PMMA Acrylic
Lens Type: Spherical, Non-Imaging - Spot, Positive
Focal Length: 28.7 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.635 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: inf mm
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Discover the innovation of Fresnel Cylindrical Lenses by ORAFOL Fresnel Optics GmbH. These lenses feature a unique linear Fresnel structure, focusing light in a single direction. Move beyond traditional dot mapping with these lenses, creating precise line mappings for various optical applications.

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Focal Length: 12.7 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.127 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: 12.7 mm
Plano Conjugate: -- mm
Clear Aperture (X): 311.7 mm
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Microlens arrays are one- or two dimensional periodic patterns of small lens structures (lens dimensions up to a few millimetres). They can be used in a variety of ways, e.g. collimation or homogenization of light, depending on the design. We offer custom designs for our customers without limitations regarding the pattern in a wide ...

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Material: Not Specified
Grid Shape: Custom
Effective Focal Length (EFL): custom mm
Lens Pitch: custom mm
Array Width: up to 370 mm
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Discover the innovation of Lenticulars by ORAFOL Fresnel Optics GmbH, a pinnacle in microstructured precision optics. Lenticulars boast linear structures with narrow-radius grooves, enabling multiple line mapping. Ideal for projection screens and three-dimensional imaging, these lenses redefine optical components with advantages such ...

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Radius: 1.118 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.559 mm
Clear Aperture (X): 432.0 mm
Clear Aperture (Y): 429.1 mm
Lenticular Length: 429.1 mm
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Discover the innovation of Lenticulars by ORAFOL Fresnel Optics GmbH, a pinnacle in microstructured precision optics. Lenticulars boast linear structures with narrow-radius grooves, enabling multiple line mapping. Ideal for projection screens and three-dimensional imaging, these lenses redefine optical components with advantages such ...

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Radius: 3.175 mm
Facet Spacing: 2.794 mm
Clear Aperture (X): 174.2 mm
Clear Aperture (Y): 121.9 mm
Lenticular Length: 174.2 mm
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Our SC series lenses are crafted through advanced injection molding and compression molding technologies, insuring a superior surface quality and by that optical performance. The unique design of our polymer Fresnel lenses not only ensures optimal optical performance but also offers significant advantages. Compared to traditional ...

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Material: PMMA Acrylic
Lens Type: Non-Imaging - Spot, Positive
Focal Length: 48.3 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.076 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: 48.3 mm
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Our SC series lenses are crafted through advanced injection molding and compression molding technologies, insuring a superior surface quality and by that optical performance. The unique design of our polymer Fresnel lenses not only ensures optimal optical performance but also offers significant advantages. Compared to traditional ...

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Material: PMMA Acrylic
Lens Type: Non-Imaging - Spot, Positive
Focal Length: 50.8 mm
Facet Spacing: 0.229 mm
Fresnel Conjugate: infinite mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

An achromatic lens is a lens that is designed to correct for chromatic aberration, which can cause images to appear blurry or distorted. Achromatic lenses are made by combining lenses with different refractive indices to minimize the effect of chromatic aberration. Achromatic lenses are commonly used in applications such as microscopy, photography, and telescope optics.

A plano-convex lens has one flat surface and one convex surface, while a double convex lens has two convex surfaces. Plano-convex lenses are commonly used for collimation and focusing applications, while double convex lenses are often used in imaging systems, such as microscopes and cameras.

Yes, plastic lenses can be used in many applications instead of glass lenses. Plastic lenses are typically lighter and less expensive than glass lenses, and they can be easier to manufacture in complex shapes. However, plastic lenses may have lower optical quality than glass lenses and may be more prone to scratches and damage.

The choice of lens for your application will depend on a number of factors, including the wavelength of the light, the desired focal length, the size of the lens, and the required optical quality. You should also consider the materials and coatings used in the lens, as well as any environmental factors that may affect performance. If you are unsure which lens is right for your application, consult with a knowledgeable supplier or manufacturer for guidance.

An aspheric lens is a lens with a non-spherical shape that allows for better correction of optical aberrations. Unlike spherical lenses, which can only focus light to a single point, aspheric lenses can focus light to multiple points, leading to sharper images. Aspheric lenses are commonly used in applications such as cameras, telescopes, and laser systems.

Lenses are typically manufactured using a process called grinding and polishing. The lens material is shaped into a rough form using a grinding wheel, and then polished to achieve the desired shape and surface finish. More advanced manufacturing methods, such as diamond turning and injection molding, are also used to create lenses with complex shapes or high precision.

Yes, lenses can be damaged by exposure to environmental factors such as moisture, dust, and temperature fluctuations. To ensure optimal performance and longevity, it's important to store lenses in a dry and clean environment and to handle them carefully to avoid scratches and damage.

A telecentric lens is a lens that maintains a constant angle between the object and the lens, resulting in a constant magnification and image size regardless of the object's position. This makes them ideal for machine vision and measurement applications where precision is important.

Lens coating is a process in which a thin layer of material is applied to the surface of a lens to improve its optical performance. Coatings can reduce glare, increase light transmission, and improve scratch resistance. They are important for optimizing the performance of lenses in specific applications and can improve overall image quality.

FindLight.net is your one-stop-shop for all types of optical lenses. Our extensive selection includes spherical lenses, cylindrical lenses, achromatic lenses, and more from top manufacturers and suppliers in the industry. Whether you're looking for imaging lenses, illumination lenses, or laser optics, we have the right solution for your needs.

Did You know?

Optical lenses are used to control the behavior of light in a variety of applications, including imaging, illumination, and laser systems. Spherical lenses are used for focusing, while cylindrical lenses are used for collimation or to create astigmatism. Achromatic lenses are designed to correct for chromatic aberration, which can cause images to appear blurry or distorted. Other types of lenses include aspheric lenses, ball lenses, and gradient index lenses. Lenses can be made from various materials, including glass, plastic, and crystalline materials, and can be coated to optimize their performance for specific applications.