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Antireflection coating

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EdmundOptics.jpgEdmund Optics Inc. has announced a visible 0¼ antireflection coating option for the Tech Spec family of optical components. The coating features an average reflectance of less than 0.4 percent over the spectral band from 425 to 675 nm. The planoconvex line offers effective focal lengths ranging from 4 to 750 mm for diameters ranging from 4 to 25 mm, while the planoconcave line has –12- to –100-mm lengths for 12- to 25-mm diameters. The double-convex line has 4.5- to 400-mm lengths for 4.5- to 25-mm diameters, the double-concave line has –6- to –100-mm lengths for 6- to 25-mm diameters, and the acromats are offered in 10- to –150-mm lengths for 6.25- to 30-mm diameters.

Jan 2007

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