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Large PCX Condenser Lenses
Aug 2007
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BARRINGTON, N.J., Aug. 27, 2007 -- Anchor Optics said its commercial grade, large planoconvex (PCX) condenser lenses are ideal for collecting and directing light from large angular area sources in illumination applications, because a larger lens equals a greater area with which to collect light.

AOCondenser-Lenses.jpgAvailable in sizes from 100 mm to 200 mm in diameter, these lenses can be used in large-format projectors, spotlights and enlargers. By using two condenser lenses of the same focal length, you can produce a system with half the focal length of a single lens, which provides a lower f/#, increasing the light gathering capacity of the system, according to Anchor Optics, a division of Edmund Optics.

Anchor Optics' commercial-grade large PCX condenser lenses are made of polished BK7 glass, which provide increased surface quality over standard cast-molded condenser lenses, the company said.

For more information, visit:

Anchor Optics
(a division of Edmund Optics)
101 East Gloucester Pike
Barrington, NJ 08007
Phone: (856) 573-6865
Fax: (856) 546-1965


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