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Array Negative (concave) Rectangular – ANR
                                        Example of a designation:            ANR – a –
Py1 x Py2 – Rz
where:                                                                          




a – material
Py1 and Py2 – pitch in both axis (micron)
Rz – radius of curvature  in mm
(ARz - aspherical radius of curvature)
Applied materials are coded as follow:
Q – fused silica
GB – glass BK7
GT – glass S-TiH53 or S-TiH10
GL – glass S-LaH60
G – glass other type
P – plastic
P(G) – polymer lens on glass substrate
*The exact type of optical materials is underlined in the drawing.
*The exact type of  aspherical coefficients is underlined in the drawing.


[aµs] manufactures the arrays with any pitch within a 10 µm – 4000 µm range and with any correlatable radius of curvature.
Arrays can be available as monolithic 2-side units with thickness from 2 mm to 10 mm.
Alignment preciseness of the lenslet optical axis on both sides is not worse than ±2 µm

Example:
Pitch is the shortest distance between optical axis of two neighbouring lenses. In case of circular lenses with orthogonal arrangement, the lens diameter is given in brackets.
ANR-Q-P250xP400-R3        
array negative rectangular, fused silica, first axis pitch 250 micron, second axis pitch 400 micron, radius of curvature 3 mm
ANR-Q-P250xP400(D200)-R3
array negative rectangular, fused silica, first axis pitch 250 micron, second axis pitch 400 micron,
lens diameter 200 micron, radius of curvature 3 mm
                                                                                          
Available products
Please feel free to inquire for
optimization of the available
MLAs or for your custom
taylored product

ANR-GB-P2720xP2920-R26
ANR-P(GB)-P2950xP2750-R240

 


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Last update 17.04.2018
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