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Beam Expanders

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Reflective Beam ExpandersThe A1-Series of Reflective Beam Expanders from Optical Surfaces Ltd. features an output clear aperture of 75 mm and a selection of magnifications, which are designed for researchers requiring high performance and ease of use.

Available in 3.5×, 5×, 7.5×, and 10× fixed magnification configurations, the expanders are designed to be easy to use, providing accurate, unobstructed expansion of any collimated input light source. The portable devices can be used without the need for internal re-alignment. High-precision off-axis mirrors are incorporated with constant focal lengths, regardless of the wavelength of light being focused. They can be used with collimated polychromatic light without the need of any fine focus adjustment.

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2021

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