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E-Series Kinematic Optical Mounts provide high value and essential features for applications including lab use, prototyping, and system integration
Large Diameter Gimbal Optical Mounts available from Edmund Optics are used to integrate large precision optical components, such as mirrors, into OEM and benchtop systems.
Edmund Optics offers a variety of kinematic, bar-type, translating, ring, and modular mounting components.
Designed for modularity and flexibility, Edmund Optics' TECHSPEC Optical Cage System components are high precision alternatives to complex optical alignment systems.
Many laser applications are prone to specular reflections back into the source, causing overheating and decreased stability and lifetime.
Optical Windows provide protection between an optical system or sensitive electronics and an outside environment.
Join our Edmund Optics’ optical engineers to discover the exciting field of optics, including what optical engineers do and how optics shape the world
Optical Filters are used to selectively transmit or block certain wavelengths or wavelength ranges within optical systems.
Mirrors are commonly used to fold or compact an optical system.
This is a quick video demonstration of integrating an optical cage system interchangeable optical mount and side access mounting plate using #85-717 and #85-641.
Confused about the differences between traditional-coated and hard-coated optical filters?
Collimated light occurs when light rays travel parallel to each other.
When doing basic imaging, how do you determine the magnification an optical lens will provide?
Although a common misconception, individual optical lenses do not always form an image when the object plane is placed a focal length away from the lens.
Free-space optical (FSO) communications transmit information wirelessly through the air using lasers with improved bandwidth. Learn more!
Edmund Optics presents a demonstration of the TECHSPEC® 90° Kinematic Adapter (#34-248).
Join Andrew Fisher, Manufacturing R&D Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he discusses some tips for modifying stock optical components to fit your application's needs.
Join Chris Williams as he briefly explains the basics of how to align a laser system onto a target.
SWIR, or short-wave infrared, is light invisible to the human eye but detectable by specialized infrared imaging lenses and cameras.
Acktar Advanced Coatings produces light-absorbing components and materials to control stray light and eliminate noise from specular reflection.
Join Stephan Briggs, Biomedical Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he provides an overview to his webinar including: Key Terminology, Coating Technology, Cost Drivers, and Application Examples.
Join Stephan Briggs, Biomedical Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he discusses prototype qualifications including custom, stock and modified stock filter options.
Learn how Highly-Dispersive Mirrors compensate for dispersion and compress pulse duration in ultrafast laser systems, which is critical for maximizing performance.
Interested in learning about the different types of camera mounts available from Edmund Optics?
Waveplates and retarders are optical components designed to transmit light while modifying its polarization state without attenuating, deviating, or displacing the beam.
Light pipes are optical components that are typically used to increase the uniformity of a light source or to direct light.
Join Stephan Briggs, Biomedical Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he discusses anti-reflective (AR) coatings vs filter coatings
Join Stephan Briggs, Biomedical Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he discusses coating technology including Ion Assisted Deposition (IAD) and Hard Sputtered.
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