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Laser beam collimation Lens

Laser Lenses are used to focus collimated light from laser beams in a variety of laser applications. Laser Lenses include a range of lens types including PCX Lenses, Cylinder Lenses, or Laser Generator Lenses. Laser Lenseare designed to focus light in several different ways depending on the lens type, such as focusing down to a point,  a line, or a ring. Many different lens types are available in a range of wavelengths.

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1、What’s the Laser Lenses?

 

Laser Lenses are mainly used to focus light in several different ways depending on the lens type, such as focusing down to a point, a line, or a ring. Many different lens types are available in a range of wavelengths.

 

2、What’s UNI Optics' main types of Laser Lenses?

 

UNI OPTICS Laser Lenses include a range of lens types including PCX Lenses, PCV Lenses, double concave lenses, double convex lenses, meniscus Lenses, Achromatic Lenses, Cylindrical Lenses, or Laser Generator Lenses, etc.

 

3、What’s the material of Laser Lenses?

 

Optical colorless glass, Fused Silica, CaF2, Sapphire, Germanium, Silicon, ZnSe, ZnS, etc.

 

4、What’s the main application of laser lenses?


Laser Lenses are used to focus collimated light from laser beams in a variety of laser applications.

 

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