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N-BK7 Penta Prisms

Penta Prisms are used to define right angles in optical systems. Penta Prisms, which provide right handed images,feature a ray deviation of 90°. Penta Prisms are five-sided prisms are unaffected by slight movements. Uni Optics offers a variety of Penta Prisms for optimal performance in the Ultraviolet (UV), Visible, or Infrared (IR) spectrums.
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1. What is Penta Prism?


Penta Prisms are used to define right angles in optical systems. Penta Prisms,which provide right handed images,feature a ray deviation of 90°. Penta Prisms are five-sided prisms are unaffected by slight movements

 

2.What kinds of materials can UNI Optics use to make penta prism?

 

N-BK7, Grade A optical glass, Fused Silica

 

3. What is UNI Optics standard manufacturing capability and top limit for penta prism? 


Penta Prisms    Penta Prisms



Specification

Standard cpability

Top limit

Dimension Tolerance

+/-0.2mm

+/-0.1mm

90° Deviation Tolerance

3’

5’’

Flatness

λ/2

λ/4

Surface Quality

60-40

40-20

input and output sides (S1 & S2)  AR coated 
Reflector side (S3 & S4) coated Aluminized and painted black     


4. What is the typical size?


Part No.

AxB(mm)

     L1=L2(mm)

UPTA001

   6.0x7.0

     9.90

UPTA002

   10.0x10.0

    14.14

UPTA003

   15.0x15.0

    21.21

UPTA004

   20.0x20.0

    28.28

UPTA005

   30.0x30.0

    42.42



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Crystallographic properties
Syngony Cubic
Crystal Form Poly or Single Crystal
Lattice Constant 5.66
Cleavability <111>, non-perfect
Molecular Weight 72.6
Physical properties
Density, at 20 °C 5.33
Hardness, Mohs 6.3
Dielectric Constant for 9.37 × 109 Hz at 300 K 16.6
Melting 937
Thermal Conductivity, W/m·K at at 293 K 59
Thermal Expansion, 1/K at 298 K 6.1 × 10-6
Specific Heat Capacity, J/(kgK) at 273-373 K 0.074
Bandgap, eV 0.67
Knoop Hardness, kg/mm2 800
Youngs Modulus, Gpa 102.66
Shear Modulus, GPa 67.04
Bulk Modulus, GPa 77.86
Debye Temperature, K 370
Poissons Ratio 0.278
Elastic Coefficient C11=129, C12=48.3, C44=67.1
Apparent Elastic Limit 89.6 MPa (13000psi)
Chemical properties
Solubility in water None
Solubility in acids Soluble
Molecular Weight 72.59

2. Silicon (Si) 


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Syngony Cubic
Lattice Constant, A 5.43
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Hardness, Mohs 7
Dielectric Constant for 9.37 x 109 Hz 13
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Thermal Conductivity, W/m·K at 313 K 163
Thermal Expansion, 1/K at 293 K 2.6x10-6
Specific Heat Capacity, J/(kg°C) 712.8
Bandgap, eV 1.1
Knoop Hardness, kg/mm2 1100
Youngs Modulus, Gpa 130.91
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Material: ZnS MultiSpectral
Diameter Tolerance: --------------------- +0.0, -0.1mm
Thickness Tolerance: -------------------- ±0.1mm
Clear Aperture: ---------------------------->85%
Parallelism: -----------------------------------3 arc minute
Surface Quality: ----------------------------80-50 scratch and dig
Wavefront Distortion: -------------------- λ /2 per 25mm @633mm
Bevel: -----------------------------------------Protective  (<0.2mm x 45° )
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