Concave Broadband Mirrors

Concave Mirrors
Scientific Optical Ltd
The concave, or convergingmirror, has a reflecting surface which bulges inwards. Aconcave mirror will show a different type of image depending on the distance between the mirror and the object being viewed. They are described as \'converging\' because they refocuse the parallel light that falls on them toward a single focus.


Diameter: -- mm
Substrate Thickness: -- mm
EFL: -- mm
Wavelength Range: 1-1nm
Substrate Material: Other
Data Sheet
We can make mirrors for any wavelength from UV to deep IR and coat it for protection of the reflective layer and AR coating. * turning mirrors * Shaped mirrors, including transmission holes drilled


Diameter: 2-300 mm
Substrate Thickness: 2-50 mm
EFL: 2-10000 mm
Wavelength Range: 165-20000nm
Substrate Material: BK7, Fused Silica, Borofloat 33, Other
Data Sheet
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