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    Specialty Lenses

    Specialty Lenses are Optical Lenses that are unique in design or purpose. Specialty Lenses are used in a range of applications for a wide variety of industries, including communications, R&D, industrial, or lab integration. Edmund Optics offers the world’s largest inventory of optical components, including unique Specialty Lenses.

    Edmund Optics’ Specialty Lenses include Compound Parabolic Concentrators (CPCs), Focus-Tunable Lenses, Laser Focusing Singlets, Microlens Arrays, or Multi-Lens Arrays. Compound Parabolic Concentrators (CPCs) are ideal for light collection applications. Focus-Tunable Lenses allow either manual or electric control over the lenses’ focal length. Focus-Tunable Lenses are ideal for use in labs, where it may be easier to use a single Optical Lens to test a range of focal lengths, rather than purchasing a large number of individual Optical Lenses. Laser Focusing Singlets are designed to yield a minimum spot size for 632.8nm light, or for focusing most visible diodes up to 670nm. Microlens Arrays are used for light homogenization applications. Multi-Lens arrays are ideal for use in illumination or projection systems.


    LightPath® GRADIUM® Lenses
    • Aspheric Performance
    • Smaller Focused Spot Size
    • Reduced Spherical Aberration
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    Plano-Convex (PCX) Bessel Grade Axicons
    • 0.05° Apex Angle Tolerance
    • Uncoated and AR Coated Options Available
    • Transform Gaussian Beams into Bessel Beams
    • Plano-Convex (PCX) Ring Grade Axicons Available for Beam Shaping Applications
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    Plano-Convex (PCX) Ring Grade Axicons
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    Optotune Manually Focus-Tunable Lenses
    • Manually Adjustable Focal Length
    • Concave to Convex Convertible Lens Shape
    • BBAR Coating for Increased Performance across Wavelength Range

    Polarization Directed Flat Lenses
    • Unique Flat Lens Design
    • Polarization Dependent Focal Length
    • Excellent Transmission from 450 – 650nm
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    Optotune 3mm Clear Aperture Focus Tunable Lenses
    • Continuous Focusability
    • Compact Size
    • Wide Focal Adjustment Range

    Optotune Electrically Focus-Tunable Lenses

    Optotune 10mm Clear Aperture Industrial Focus-Tunable Lenses

    Optotune 16mm Clear Aperture Industrial Focus-Tunable Lenses
    • Multiple Imaging Lens Mounting Options
    • Large Clear Aperture Ideal for Machine Vision Applications
    • Industrial Hirose Connection with Temperature Sensins
    • Integrated Temperature Control for Improved Thermal Effects
    • Optotune Electrically Focus-Tunable Lenses and Lens Drivers Also Available

    Optotune Electrical Lens Driver
    • Designed to Control Optotune Focus-Tunable Lenses
    • Control Range of -250 to +250mA with 12-bit Precision
    • Driver Software Available for Download

    Corning® Varioptic® Variable Focus Liquid Lenses
    • Vary Focal Length by Applied Voltage
    • Ideal for Machine Vision Autofocus Applications
    • Less Power Required than Traditional Autofocus Lenses

    Microlens Arrays
    • Square Lens and Fly’s Eye Configurations
    • Precision Fused Silica Substrates

    Cylindrical Microlens Arrays
    • Generate Non-Gaussian Line Patterns
    • Ideal for Light Homogenization
    • Excellent Performance from 193nm – 2.5μm

    Multi-Lens Arrays
    • Creates Even Illumination When Used in Pairs
    • Integrated, Monolithic Design

    Compound Parabolic Concentrators (CPCs)
    • 25° and 45° Acceptance Angles
    • 2.5mm and 5.0mm Exit Diameters
    • Ideal for Concentrating Solar Energy

    Fast Axis Collimators
    • Aspheric Cylindrical Lens Designs for Fast Axis Collimation
    • Standard AR Coating for 790 – 990nm
    • Ideal for Laser Diode Collimation

    Slow Axis Collimators
    • Designed for Use with Laser Bars
    • Can be Used With Fast Axis Collimators
    • Low Curvature Deviation for Increased Collimation

    Beam Twisters™
    • Provide 90° Rotation of Laser Bar Beams
    • Assembly of Fast Axis Collimator Lens and Beam Rotation Lens Array
    • Greater than 97% Transmission

    Focusable Collimators
    • Can Be Coupled to Standard 0.22 NA Fiber Optic Cables
    • Two Coatings Available for UV-VIS or VIS-NIR
    • Multiple Focal Length or Aperture Options

    Rod Lenses
    • Focuses Collimated Light into a Line
    • Available in Diameters as Small as 1mm
    • N-BK7 and Fused Silica Substrate Options

    Spherical Aberration Compensation Plates
    • Precision N-BK7 Substrate
    • Optimized for Use in Collimated Light with Small Fields of View
    • Transmitted Wave Front Accurate to λ/16

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