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25mm Dia. x 100mm FL, 1064nm V-Coat, Hyperbolic Aspheric Lens

Hyperbolic Aspheric Lenses

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Diameter (mm):
25.00 +0.0/-0.1
Effective Focal Length EFL (mm):
100.00 @ 1064nm
Numerical Aperture NA:
0.13
Back Focal Length BFL (mm):
100.00
Substrate: Many glass manufacturers offer the same material characteristics under different trade names. Learn More
Aspheric Design Wavelength (nm):
1064
Coating:
Laser V-Coat (1064nm)
Coating Specification:
Rabs <0.25% @ 1064nm
Centering (arcmin):
≤5
Surface Quality:
40-20
Clear Aperture CA (mm):
23.00
Edge Thickness ET (mm):
2.54
Center Thickness CT (mm):
4.05 ±0.1
f/#:
4.00
Bevel:
Protective bevel as needed
Radius R2 (mm):
50.66
Shape of Back Surface:
Convex
Type:
Aspheric Lens
Conjugate Distance:
Infinite
Asphere Figure Error, @ 632.8nm:
1.6λ RMS and 6λ PV
Power (diopters):
10.00

Regulatory Compliance

RoHS 2015:
Certificate of Conformance:
Reach 235:

Product Description

Unlike traditional focusing lenses, these lenses should be used with the plano side facing the light source.

Product Family Description

  • Designed and Coated for Nd:YAG Laser Wavelengths
  • Aspheric Figure Error of 1.6λ RMS and 6λ PV
  • Modified TECHSPEC® PCX Lenses

TECHSPEC® Hyperbolic Aspheric Lenses are TECHSPEC® PCX Lenses that have been modified to include a mild aspheric surface to provide superior performance at specified wavelengths. Unlike the preexisting spherical lenses, TECHSPEC Hyperbolic Aspheric Lenses produce diffraction-limited spot sizes at the design wavelength, which is ideal for focusing or collimating applications. Any standard lens from Edmund Optics can be modified similarly to TECHSPEC Hyperbolic Aspheric Lenses to create your ideal surface and offer a low-cost boost to performance and to provide the best solution for specific application needs.

Note: Unlike traditional focusing lenses, these lenses should be used with the plano side facing the light source.

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