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Using MPNICS\'s unique micro molding method, we offer new customized design in shortest lead-time at the lowest cost. We offer short turnaround for new designs and prototypes while keeping development costs among the lowest in the industry.
  • Diameter: 1 mm
  • Material: BK7
  • Effective Focal Length: 0.5 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.5 
  • Wavelength Range: 1550 - 1550 nm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 6.50 mm
  • Material: H-LAK54
  • Effective Focal Length: 18.40 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.15 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 6.50 mm
  • Material: H-LAK54
  • Effective Focal Length: 15.29 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.16 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 9.94 mm
  • Material: D-LaK6
  • Effective Focal Length: 8.00 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.50 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 6.33 mm
  • Material: S-NPH1
  • Effective Focal Length: 4.51 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.54 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 4.40 mm
  • Material: H-ZLaF50B
  • Effective Focal Length: 2.59 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.60 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 3.00 mm
  • Material: H-ZLaF52
  • Effective Focal Length: 2.00 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.50 
  • Wavelength Range: 400 - 700 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 6.33 mm
  • Material: Borosilicate
  • Effective Focal Length: 4.02 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.60 
  • Wavelength Range: 300 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 6.33 mm
  • Material: H-ZLaF52
  • Effective Focal Length: 3.10 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.68 
  • Wavelength Range: 400 - 700 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 7.20 mm
  • Material: H-LAK54
  • Effective Focal Length: 9.64 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.30 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 6.51 mm
  • Material: H-LAK54
  • Effective Focal Length: 7.50 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.30 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 6.00 mm
  • Material: H-LAK54
  • Effective Focal Length: 4.60 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.53 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 2000 nm
Data Sheet
Traditionally lens surfaces have been sections of a sphere. For many applications this leaves spherical aberration as the dominant defect of any image so created.   Aspheric lenses are used to correct these image defects.  One solution to this is to have one or both surfaces, departing from the spherical shape. ...
  • Diameter: 4.50 mm
  • Material: BK7
  • Effective Focal Length: 3.30 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.47 
  • Wavelength Range: 350 - 1100 nm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Fused Silica Aspherical Lens
Chang Chun Bo Xin Photoelectric Co., Ltd.
Asphperical lenses have different radius of curvature from surface center to edge, so aspherical lenses can eliminate spherical aberrations as well as the error which other spherical lenses can not eliminate, promote spotlight accuracy rate. At the same time, an aspherical lens has a simple construction, an aspherical lens can ...
  • Diameter: 400 mm
  • Material: FS
  • Effective Focal Length: 1000 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): >90% 
  • Wavelength Range: 100 - 1200 nm
Data Sheet
Aspherical lenses by STANDA. Aspherical lenses are effective in the elimination of not only spherical aberration, but also other forms of aberration generated by lenses. Standa provides computer calculations and designing of aspherical lenses without spherical aberrations as well as low cost production of aspherical lenses made of ...
  • Diameter: 6.33 mm
  • Material: BK7, FS
  • Effective Focal Length: 4 mm
  • Numerical Aperture (NA): 0.6 
  • Wavelength Range: 400 - 700 nm
Data Sheet

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Aspherical lenses are lenses with complex curved surfaces, such as where the radius of curvature changes according to the distance from the optical axis. In other words, it is a lens whose surface profiles is not a portion of a sphere or cylinder. The most notable benefit of aspherical lenses is their ability to correct for spherical aberration. Spherical lenses are subject to aberration and therefore cannot concentrate all the light into one point. Aspheric elements are commonly used in ophthalmic applications for vision correction or in camera lenses.