Lenses Products

  1. High Performance SWIR Optimized Lens Option: SOLO 50
    7/11/2017

    Sensors Unlimited offers the SOLO 50 as a high performance focal length lens option for imaging applications in the 0.7 µm to 1.7 µm wavelength range. The lens features a rugged, environmentally sealed design with a manual locking focus able to maintain steady performance when needed.

  2. High-Resolution Xenon-Topaz Lenses For 1.1” Sensors
    2/18/2016

    Schneider Optics presents the new Xenon-Topaz lenses that are suitable for modern 1.1” CCD and CMOS sensors with 12 megapixels and a pixel size up to 3.0 μm. These low-weight compact lenses are fitted with a C-mount, and have a 17.6 mm diameter image circle.

  3. Glass Machining
    12/8/2015

    Abrisa Technologies offers a broad spectrum of glass machining services that can fit nearly every application-specific customer requirement. With CNC processing and other glass fabrication equipment, this company can manufacture a wide variety of glass parts ranging from simple to the most complex designs. Some of the offered processes performed in-house include notching, slotting, grooving, edge grinding, stepped surfaces, hole drilling, circle grinding, polishing, and sandblasting.

  4. Barle High-Resolution 25 mm SWIR Lens
    11/30/2015

    Gooch & Housego's new 25 mm Barle high-resolution lens, for use with short wave infrared cameras, offers optimal SWIR imagery for machine vision and security applications, including remote sensing, fog penetration, and night vision.

  5. Achromats and Lens Systems
    10/3/2014

    The LINOS line of achromats and lens systems are ideal for beam focusing, imaging systems, and fiber collimation. They feature minimal spherical aberration, minimal chromatic length aberration, and minimal wavefront distortion between λ /4 and λ /10.

  6. Custom Manufactured Achromats
    12/18/2013

    Achromats are a specialty at LaCroix Optical Co. Our manufacturing engineers will work with production specialists to optimize the manufacturing process utilizing a combination of CNC and conventional manufacturing methods. Special proprietary alignment devices are used to ensure the optical axis of the elements can be maintained to within seconds.

  7. Custom Manufactured Lenses
    12/17/2013

    Our customers design lenses to meet their system requirements. Our expertise is determining the most efficient way to manufacture them. Depending on attributes and quantity, our manufacturing engineers will determine whether to use a conventional, CNC or hybrid method to make the lenses.

  8. Custom Manufactured Aspheres
    12/17/2013

    For more than 65 years, LaCroix Optical has been a trusted industry leader in manufacturing custom spherical and plano precision optics. They recently expanded their capabilities to include grinding and polishing aspheric surfaces.

  9. Precision Lenses
    11/26/2013

    OPCO’s precision lenses are comprised of fused silica, low and high index glass, silicon (Si), germanium (Ge), sapphire, calcium fluoride (CaF2), magnesium fluoride (MgF2), and zinc selenide (ZnSe).

  10. Aspherical Lenses
    8/12/2013

    HOYA’s aspherical lenses mold better, have a higher reflective index, and have a lower dispersion than most competitive offerings. These advantages span both their precision molds and preform lenses.