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Array Positive (convex) Rectangular – APR

Example of a designation:     APR – 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

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.
  Examples of previously produced items
Inquire the availability
APR-P(G)-P33.75x36-R0.078

APR-P(GB)-P387xP332-R0.8

APR-Q-P420xP320-R1

APR-GT-P2000xP1500-R5.7

APR-P(GB)-P2250xP2850-R22.8

APR-P(GB)-P2720xP2920-R26

APR-P(GB)-P2750xP2950(D2400)-R21.8
*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:
APR-Q-P250xP400-R3
array positive rectangular, fused silica,
first axis pitch 250 micron, second axis pitch 400 micron,
radius of curvature 3 mm
Example:
APR-Q-P250xP400(D200)-R3
array positive rectangular, fused silica,
first axis pitch 250 micron, second axis pitch 400 micron,
lens diameter 200 micron, radius of curvature 3 mm
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Last update 02.04.2019
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