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Toroid Mirrors

A toric surface deems as an arc rotates around an axis of another axis, it’s mostly used to replace several optical lenses to simplify the structure of the equipment and improve image quality.   Unlike smooth reflector and single spherical reflector that have some problems like anamorphose by reflection, the toric lens ...

Specifications

Material: N-BK7
Dimension (Height): 100 mm
Dimension (Width): 300 mm
Radius (base Curve): 76 mm
Radius (cylinder Curve): 1000 mm
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Data Sheet
Optical Surfaces - TOROIDS
Optical Surfaces
Toroidal mirrors are focusing devices that have two different radii whose axes are oriented at 90° to each other. Toroids offer advantages where a beam must be focused and folded. Rather than using both a spherical mirror and a plane mirror for this purpose, both functions may be combined in one element. The lower number of optical ...

Specifications

Material: N-BK7
Dimension (Height): 500 mm
Dimension (Width): 500 mm
Radius (base Curve): Custom mm
Radius (cylinder Curve): Custom mm
Data Sheet
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