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Optical Components Now Feature Visible Zero Degree Antireflection

November 10, 2006

Coating enhances Edmunds Optics' plano-convex, plano-concave, double-convex, double-concave, and achromatic product lines.


BARRINGTON, NJ (from release) — Edmund Optics has added to its TECH SPEC family of optical components a visible 0° antireflection coating option. The coating features an average reflectance (Ravg) of less than 0.4% over the spectral band from 425 to 675 nm. It enhances Edmunds’ plano-convex, plano-concave, double-convex, double-concave, and achromatic lines:

  • The plano convex line offers effective focal lengths ranging from 4 mm to 750 mm (1% efl tolerance) for diameters ranging from 4 mm to 25 mm.
  • The plano-concave line offers effective focal lengths ranging from -12 mm to -100 mm (1% efl tolerance) for diameters ranging from 12 mm to 25 mm.
  • The double-convex line offers effective focal lengths ranging from 4.5 mm to 400 mm (1% efl tolerance) for diameters ranging from 4.5 mm to 25 mm.
  • The double-concave line offers effective focal lengths ranging from -6 mm to -100 mm (1% efl tolerance) for diameters ranging from 6 mm to 25 mm.
  • The line of acromats offers effective focal lengths ranging from 10 mm to -150 mm (2% efl tolerance) for diameters ranging from 6.25 mm to 30 mm.

Because Edmund applies all coatings in-house, the company also offers a range of custom coating capabilities. Edmund Optics (EO) is a leading producer of optics, imaging, and photonics technology for R&D, electronics, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, biomedical, and military markets around the globe. EO is the world’s largest supplier of off-the-shelf optical components. Customers can purchase items by contacting EO at 1-800-363-1992, via the catalog, or via the website at www.edmundoptics.com. p>


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