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Parabolic Mirrors
Jun 2015
Optical Surfaces Ltd.Request Info
KENLEY, UK, June 10, 2015 — off-axis parabolic mirrors from Optical SurfacesDesigned to collimate broadband light, off-axis parabolic mirrors from Optical Surfaces Ltd. are manufactured for demanding tolerances.

The mirrors are commonly used as collimators in imaging systems, high-power laser focusing, astronomy, beam expansion, and bore sight alignment for missile guidance systems. Depending on the surface accuracy required, a natural limit to the off-axis angle can be achieved around 25 to 30° with surface microroughness of less than 1 nm.

A range of coatings is available, from metallic to multilayer dielectrics, suiting all applications.


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