Optical Lenses are optical components designed to focus or diverge light. Optical Lenses, which may consist of a single or multiple elements, are used in a wide variety of applications from microscopy to laser processing. Many industries utilize Optical Lenses, including life sciences, imaging, industrial, or defense. As light passes through a lens, it is affected by the lens’ profile or substrate
Aspheric Lenses provide better performance by reducing spherical aberration, which can be useful for many applications, including bar code scanners, laser diode collimation, OEM or R&D integration.
Cylindrical Lens is a lens which focuses light into a line instead of a point, or to change the aspect ratio of an image. Cylindrical Lenses have a single cylindrical surface that causes incoming light to be focused in only a single dimension.
Double-Concave Lenses, whch have two concave surfaces, are Optical Lenses with negative focal lengths. Double-Concave Lenses are used in beam expansion, image reduction, or light projection applications.
Double-Convex Lenses are used in image relay applications, or for imaging objects at close conjugates. Double-Convex Lenses have positive focal lengths, along with two convex surfaces with equal radii
Freeform Optics involve optical designs with at least one freeform surface. Free form can overcome optical aberrations and mechanical limitations of traditional optics designs.
Fresnel Lenses can be made much thinner than a comparable conventional lens. A Fresnel lens can capture more oblique light from a light source, thus allowing the light from a lighthouse equipped with one to be visible over greater distances.
Gradient Optics is a branch of optics covering optical effects produced by a gradual variation of the refractive index of a material. Such variations can be used to produce lenses with flat surfaces, or lenses that do not have the aberrations typical of traditional spherical lenses.
IR Lenses are used to collect, focus, or collimate light in the near-infrared, short-wave infrared, mid-wave infrared, or long-wave infrared spectra. According to the client needs we can offer a variety of IR lenses such as: singlet lenses, achromatic lenses, aspheric lenses, or focusing objectives for high performance across a large portion of the infrared spectrum.
Rod Lenses designed for use in a variety of laser and imaging systems, we can offer these components in a range of micro sizes for integration into a host of OEM applications
Optotune Focus-Tunable Lenses feature a liquid polymer substrate with continuous focus ability over a specified focal range, allowing the user to custom the lenses for optimum performance.