Acylindrical Double-convex Lenses

Double-convex lenses have one or two acylindrical surfaces. They are often made of fused silica or lower refractive index glasses.

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Double-convex lenses have one or two acylindrical surfaces. They are often made of fused silica or lower refractive index glasses. Might be optimized for two conjugates configurations or account for protective window in front of laser diode.

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ORDERING CODE: FAC_DCX_Glass_EFL_WD_NA_L_S(λ1- λ2)

Glass - Optical material
EFL - Effective focal length (mm)
WD - Working distance (mm)
NA - Numeric aperture
L - Lens length (mm)
S(λ1- λ2) - Coating code


S is reserved for the lens coating specification code. The most common examples are provided in Preferred Coating Table. AR means Anti-reflective coating. Unless otherwise specified, R<0.5% across usable numerical aperture of the lens and within appropriate spectral range.

For other parameters consult PDF.