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Aspheric Collimator Lenses Without Tube
At Chineselens, we specialize in laser optics and have extensive experience in manufacturing. To further enhance our capabilities, we have recently launched laser collimator lenses, also known as laser collimators and diode collimators, for research, development, and engineering purposes. We can design and produce custom and pre-engineered collimating lenses to suit our customers’ specific needs. Additionally, for projects that require quick turnaround times, such as laser collimators and beam expanders, we offer a wide range of standard laser collimating lenses with various diameters, focal lengths, coatings, and mounting sizes to choose from.
Aspheric Collimator Lens Category
A collimating lens is a type of optical lens used to collimate or align parallel a beam of light. We can use this in a variety of applications, such as in telescopes, laser systems, and fiber-optic communications systems. The lens is designed to take a diverging light source and make the rays parallel to travel through a medium (such as air or vacuum) without spreading out. Collimating lenses are often made of high-quality optical glass and may be coated with special materials to reduce glare and improve light transmission.
- Diameter Tolerance: +0.0/-0.1mm
- Focal Length Tolerance: ±1%
- Thickness Tolerance: ±0.1mm
- Surface Accuracy: λemail@example.com
- Surface Quality: 60/40
- Centration: <3arc min
- Clear Aperture: >90%
- Bevelling: <0.2X45°
- Coating: A： BBAR Ravg < 1% From 400nm-700nm； B： BBAR Ravg < 1% From 700nm-1100nm
Diameter 5.0mm ~ <8.0mm
Diameter 8.0mm ~ <12.0mm
Custom Aspheric Collimator Lenses From Chineselens
Chineselens has invested heavily in R&D for years and finally solved the technical difficulties associated with molded glass aspheres. It has enabled the company to move quickly from design to mass production. The company has developed state-of-the-art high-precision molded aspheric glass technology, including tungsten carbide alloy mold-making technology, array aspheric lens-making technology, and aspheric tube cap-making technology. The company can now independently research and develop from mold design and making, glass molding, and precision testing to finished product coating. Their main products include 1.0mm diameter molded glass aspheric lenses, array aspheric lenses, square aspheric lenses, and aspheric caps. They have also cultivated an exceptional team with expertise in mold and product design, precision machining, and molding process technology development. With the company’s optical supporting technology, they can quickly meet customers’ customized needs for a variety of aspheric glass products.
Why choose our aspheric collimator lenses?
Aspheric Collimator Lenses Applications
Collimating lenses are a crucial component in many different systems and applications. They can precisely collimate light beams, making them ideal for spectrometers, beam-expander systems, display measuring systems, laser illumination systems, fiber couplers, sensor testing systems, and more. These lenses give users greater control over their instruments or setups’ field of view, spatial resolution, and light collection efficiency. Without collimating lenses, these systems would not be able to function at optimal levels.
Aspheric Collimating Lens Standards
Frequently Asked Questions
A collimator lens is used to align, or collimate, a beam of light or other types of radiation.
There are several types of collimator lenses, including spherical, aspherical, and diffractive.
Collimator lenses are used in many applications, including scientific research, medical imaging, industrial inspection, and more.
A collimator lens is used to align a beam of light, while a condenser lens is used to concentrate light onto a small area.
A collimator lens works by bending the light passing through it so that it becomes parallel and aligned.
Collimator lenses offer many benefits, including improved resolution, increased efficiency, and greater control over the field of view.
A collimator lens is typically aligned by adjusting the position of the lens and the object being imaged, using a special tool or software.
Collimator lenses should be cleaned with a soft, lint-free cloth and a mild cleaning solution. Avoid using abrasive materials or solvents.
A laser interferometer or a profilometer can measure collimator lenses.
The right collimator lens will depend on the specific requirements of your application, including the wavelength of light, the field of view, and the resolution needed. Consult with the manufacturer or a professional to help choose the right lens.