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    Achromatic Singlet Lenses
    TECHSPEC® components are designed, specified, or manufactured by Edmund Optics. Learn More
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    Achromatic Singlet Lenses
    • Diamond Turned Single Element Achromatic Lenses
    • Outperform PCX Lenses and Traditional Achromatic Lenses
    • Ideal for Broadband Focusing Applications
    Plano-Convex (PCX) Bessel Grade Axicons New
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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
    Plano-Convex (PCX) Ring Grade Axicons New
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    Plano-Convex (PCX) Ring Grade Axicons
    Gardasoft TR-CL180 Industrial Lens Controller New
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    Gardasoft TR-CL180 Industrial Lens Controller
    • Compatible with Optotune Industrial Focus-Tunable Lenses
    • Control Range of -400 to +400mA with 0.1mA Steps
    • GigE Vision Compliant
    Optotune Manually Focus Tunable Lenses New
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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 Polarization Directed Flat Lenses
    • Unique Flat Lens Design
    • Polarization Dependent Focal Length
    • Excellent Transmission from 450 – 650nm
    Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 3mm Clear Aperture FPC Connector New
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    Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 3mm Clear Aperture FPC Connector
    • Continuous Focusability
    • Compact Size
    • Wide Focal Adjustment Range
    Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 10mm Clear Aperture FPC Connector Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 10mm Clear Aperture FPC Connector
    Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 10mm Clear Aperture Hirose Connector Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 10mm Clear Aperture Hirose Connector
    Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 16mm Clear Aperture Hirose Connector Optotune Focus Tunable Lenses 16mm Clear Aperture Hirose Connector
    Optotune Lens Driver 4 and 4i Optotune Lens Driver 4 and 4i
    • 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 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
    • Development Kits and Lenses with Thermistor Available
    Microlens Arrays Microlens Arrays
    • Square Lens and Fly’s Eye Configurations
    • Precision Fused Silica Substrates
    Cylindrical Microlens Arrays Cylindrical Microlens Arrays
    • Generate Non-Gaussian Line Patterns
    • Ideal for Light Homogenization
    • Excellent Performance from 193nm – 2.5μm
    Multi-Lens Arrays Multi-Lens Arrays
    • Creates Even Illumination When Used in Pairs
    • Integrated, Monolithic Design
    Compound Parabolic Concentrators (CPCs) Compound Parabolic Concentrators (CPCs)
    • 25° Acceptance Angle
    • 4.34mm Exit Diameter
    • Ideal for Concentrating Solar Energy
    Fast Axis Collimators 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 Slow Axis Collimators
    • Designed for Use with Laser Bars
    • Can be Used With Fast Axis Collimators
    • Low Curvature Deviation for Increased Collimation
    Beam Twisters™ Clearance
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    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 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
    TECHSPEC® components are designed, specified, or manufactured by Edmund Optics. Learn More
    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
    TECHSPEC® components are designed, specified, or manufactured by Edmund Optics. Learn More
    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
    3D Printed Gradient Index (GRIN) Lenses New
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    3D Printed Gradient Index (GRIN) Lenses
    • Additively Manufactured through 3D Printing
    • Highly Customizable Technology Enables Complex Lens Designs
    • Variable Index by Alternating Polymer Material

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    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.


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