High performance Multi-Element lenses, which are suitable for focusing and collimating of the solid state lasers such as Yb Fiber laser, YAG laser and YV04 laser.
Combination of CaF2 lens with superior transmission characteristics in the ultraviolet region and synthetic fused silica lens for correction of chromatic and spherical aberrations.
Lenses of synthetic fused silica for correction of spherical and coma aberrations at 248 nm.
Combination of two or three lenses designed to correct chromatic, spherical, and coma aberrations.
Combination of two or three lenses designed to correct spherical and coma aberrations for light at the 1,064 nm wavelength and convergence of light at the maximum diffraction limit.
The lenses allow collection of deflected beams by a scanner such as a galvano mirror or polygon mirror onto a flat image surface and scanning of the collected images.
The fθ lenses allow collection of deflected beams from a scanner or similar device onto a flat image surface and scanning of collected images.
Microscope objective lenses made up of achromatic lenses for use in collecting a laser beam.
Long working-distance objective lens with an infinite correction function is most suitable for bright-field observation.
This large NA objective lens with an infinite correction function is most suitable for a laser processing system.
Compatible with YAG (3) 355nm and YAG (4) 266nm Chromatic aberration are minimized in both visible range and UV laser wavelength, with high transmittance
Lenses consisting of two spherical concave and convex mirrors, which collect beams by optical system reflections.
This imaging lens for line CCD camera can be best used for inspection of flat-panel display production line.
It is possible to adjust the outgoing beam in parallel according to the beam waist position of the laser beam source. It also makes it possible to converge or diverge the outgoing beam.
Used for expanding a laser beam to a parallel beam at a specific magnification.
Compatible with light in the range of wavelengths from 193 nm to 10.6 m m. Both Galilean and Keplerian laser beam expanders are available.
In addition to standard products, custom-made lenses are also available.