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Fixed-Focus IR Lenses

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For thermal imaging applications, Resolve Optics Ltd. has unveiled a range of fixed-focus germanium lenses with antireflection coatings that provide high performance throughout the infrared waveband from 8 to 14 μm. Offered in a choice of 40-, 80- or 120-mm focal lengths, they deliver high quality, high throughput, compactness and robustness. Other applications include vision and search-and-rescue operations.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2011

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