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Meller Optics Announces IR and Broadband Optics

January 25, 2011
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Meller Optics Inc. announced IR and broadband optics that can be custom fabricated and ready for OEM assembly as windows, lenses, mirrors, and prisms made from many materials are now available.

Meller IR and Broadband Optics can be fabricated to precise customer specifications from zinc selenide and -sulfide, calcium- and magnesium fluoride, germanium, silicon, sapphire and spinel. Available as windows, lenses, mirrors and prisms, they can incorporate mounting holes, slots, stepped edges, wedges, and various A/R and reflective coatings.

Suitable for use in detector, sensor and front surface applications, Meller IR and Broadband Optics can feature plano convex, -concave and meniscus configurations with λ/4 and λ/10 surfaces and finishes to 10-5 scratch-dig. Sizes can range from 1/4" to 6" O.D. or diagonal with tolerances to ±0.005" and thickness to ±0.002", depending upon material.

Meller IR and Broadband Optics conform to MIL-PRF-13830 and are priced according to material, configuration and quantity.


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