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Mounted CO2 Laser Lenses

Photonics.com
Jul 2011
Laser Research OpticsRequest Info
 
PROVIDENCE, R.I., July 15, 2011 — Laser Research Optics has introduced a full line of CO2 laser focusing lenses that can be supplied in mounts as complete assemblies for easy lens replacement in Amada Lasers.

The mounted focusing lenses are OEM-compatible for use in Amada high-power lasers and are guaranteed to meet pressure requirements. Featuring ZnSe CO2 lenses optimized for 10.6 µm and antireflection-coated to exhibit <0.2 total absorption, the focusing lens holders are offered in stainless steel and aluminum.

Available in 1½- and 2-in.-diameter sizes with 3½- to 12-in. focal lengths, the lenses can include planoconvex and meniscus configurations. The company also will supply lenses without mounts or will mount lenses into customer-supplied focusing lens mounts.


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GLOSSARY
lens mount
The metal tube that maintains the optical components of a lens in proper relationship. Some lenses are mounted in metal cells, which in turn are screwed to the front and rear of a shutter or lens barrel. A lens mount often contains a central iris diaphragm to control the aperture. Some lens mounts are equipped with a threaded focusing device to move the whole lens, or with a provision for focusing by a longitudinal movement of the front element.  
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