The geoHEAT achromatic lenses combine infrared (IR) laser beam radiation focusing to heat a sample with image creation of the sample for analysis. Designed for use with a spectrometer or other types of measurement instrumentation, the lenses feature a diffraction-limited correction level for both optical paths. Spectral bands include 1020–1100 nm for the heating channel, and 600–900 or 400–700 nm for spectroradiometric temperature measurements.
Series of Lenses combining functions of Focusing the Laser Heating beam and spectroradiometric temperature measurements
With these unique achromatic lenses it is possible to focus the radiation of IR-laser beam used for heating of a sample and, simultaneously, create the image of that sample for further analyzing with using a spectrometer or other instruments.
Diffraction limited correction level for both optical paths: laser heating and temperature measurements.
Optimized operation spectral bands:
- 1020 - 1100 nm for the heating channel
- 600 - 900 or 400 - 700 nm for the channel of the spectroradiometric temperature measurements
No more problems with Chromatic Shift!
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