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            Achromatic lenses are doublet systems consisting of one crown and one flint element, cemented together along a matching curvature, so that white light coming into the lens is all focused (imaged) at the same point on the other side of the lens.They are designed to minimize spherical and chromatic aberrations for infinite conjugate, visible spectrum imaging applications. When used on-axis, an achromatic lens focuses an parallel input beam to a perfect "point", limited only by the effects of diffraction. This performance can be achieved over a broadband of wavelength. Achromatic lenses can be used to collimate and focus laser beams. They can also be used for high-quality imaging on-axis. However, the off-axis performance is significantly worse than the on-axis performance. If your application requires good optical performance off-axis as well as on-axis, multi-element lenses.



            Material: see the table as follow
            Design Wavelength: 480, 546.1, 643.8nm
            Diameter Tolerance: +0.0/-0.1mm
            Paraxial Focal Length: ±2%
            Centration: 3 arc minutes
            Surface Figure : l/4 @ 633 nm
            Surface Quality: 60/40
            Clear Aperture: >80%
            Bevel: <0.25mm X 45°
            Coating: l/4 wave MgF2@550nm

            Item# F f R1 R2=R3 R4 Tc Te fb Lens A Lens B
            ALN0-101 12.7 -25.0 -15.28 13.37 39.17 1.5 2.5 -26.61 BK7 SF5
            ALN0-102 12.7 -30.0 -24.72 19.10 56.10 1.5 2.5 -41.56 BK7 SF5
            ALN0-202 25.4 -40.0 -29.79 26.85 82.41 2.0 4.3 -52.66 BK7 SF5

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