Mainz, 28.06.2019 (PresseBox) – Edmund Optics® (EO), the premier provider of optical components, continuously expands its product offering reflecting market developments and customer needs. On a monthly basis, new products are being added to better serve the industry. This release features details about the recent additions, including Hexa-Black™ C-Mount Noise Reduction Extension Tubes, TECHSPEC® CA Series Fixed Focal Length Lenses, and Low GDD Ultrafast Mirrors.
Edmund Optics® has expanded its partnership with Acktar Ltd. to provide Hexa-Black™ C-Mount Noise Reduction Extension Tubes. Conventional C-Mount extension tubes feature anodized aluminum interiors, which can cause image hotspots if not internally lined with light absorbing material. The Hexa-Black™ C-Mount Noise Reduction Extension Tubes internally feature Hexa-Black™ light absorbing technology with a stray light rejection ratio up to 8 × 10-7. These new extension tubes absorb and reduce noise from stray light, commonly found in imaging systems with diffuse illumination, at grazing angles up to 88° and function over a wide absorption band from the UV to MWIR.
The TECHSPEC® CA Series Fixed Focal Length Lenses are designed for new high resolution large format sensors. Designed for the 27,9 mm diagonal image circle of APS-C Large Format Sensors, these lenses feature a TFL Mount with M35 x 0,75 threads and the same flange distance (17,5 mm), robustness, and ease-of-use as a C-Mount. Accomodating for a larger sensor allows for capturing much higher resolution images with a compact lens, making these lenses ideal for machine vision and factory automation applications.
New TECHSPEC® Low GDD Ultrafast Mirrors are designed with a highly reflective, dispersion compensating ion-beam sputtered (IBS) coating for low scatter and absorption. They are designed for a 45° angle of incidence, making them ideal for ultrafast beam steering. TECHSPEC® Low GDD Ultrafast Mirrors have a GDD of near zero at their design wavelength range, reducing dispersion of the reflected beam. These mirrors are typically used to transport femtosecond laser pulses.
To view these products and the many more new products offered at Edmund Optics®, visit the new products page, at edmundoptics.eu.
Unternehmen: Edmund Optics
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