Jenoptik Optical Systems to showcase fused-silica f-theta objective lenses at SPIE Photonics West 2018

Jan. 25, 2018
The Silverline fused-silica f-theta objective lenses have utility in visual monitoring of the manufacturing process in the 1030–1080 nm range.

The Silverline fused-silica f-theta objective lenses have utility in visual monitoring of the manufacturing process in the 1030–1080 nm range. In the 500–680 nm range, lens transmission measures over 85% and enables direct process monitoring by combining an image sensor and filter. With a coating for 900–1100 nm, the lenses for the near-infrared range are especially suitable for the broader spectra typical of diode lasers.

SPIE Photonics West booth number: 1023

To Learn More:

Contact:Jenoptik Optical Systems

Headquarters: Jena, Germany

Product: Silverline fused-silica f-theta objective lenses

Key Feature: 500–680, 900–1100, and 1030–1080 nm ranges

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