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Optics & Photonics -> Optical Components & Materials -> Optical Windows


Optical Windows




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Hydrophobic Windows  suit harsh and humid environments.

Hydrophobic Windows suit harsh and humid environments.

Edmund Optics    Barrington, NJ 08007
May 16, 2014 Designed to resist liquid absorption or wetting, TECHSPEC® Hydrophobic Windows utilize proprietary hydrophobic surface that causes liquid to form droplets on contact, rather than be absorbed or spread across surface. Anti-reflective coatings provide less than 0.4% reflection per surface from 425–675 nm. Available in 7 models from 5–75 mm diameter, windows exhibit contact angles of greater than 107° and maintain contact angles of greater than 100°, even after moderate surface abrasion.

Hard Sapphire Windows protect sensors/cameras from particulate.

Hard Sapphire Windows protect sensors/cameras from particulate.

Meller Optics, Inc.    Providence, RI 02940
Apr 30, 2014 Providing protective surface for sensors and cameras exposed to high-speed particulates, custom Meller Sapphire Windows are as clear as glass and exhibit Moh 9 hardness. Various configurations and sizes up to 10 in. dia are possible depending on diameter to thickness aspect ratio. Featuring transmission from UV to IR (270 nm to 4.7 microns), windows offer flatness to 1/10th wave in Vis and < 2 arc sec in./in. parallelism with finishes from 60–40 to 40–20 scratch-dig. Domes are also available.

Sapphire Windows offer optimized UV to MWIR transmission.

Sapphire Windows offer optimized UV to MWIR transmission.

Edmund Optics    Barrington, NJ 08007
Apr 03, 2014 Suited for wide range of demanding applications, including imaging and spectroscopy, TECHSPEC® Precision Sapphire Windows provide broadband transmission from 0.15-5.5 μm and surface accuracy of ¼ λ. Products have high tolerance design with thermal conductivity, extreme surface hardness, and resistance to many chemical acids and alkali. Windows are available in 4 uncoated sizes of 10, 15, 20, and 25 mm diameter.

Protective Sapphire Windows are durable and scratch resistant.

Protective Sapphire Windows are durable and scratch resistant.

Laser Research Optics    Providence, RI 02904
Feb 13, 2014 Available for 1 micron optics, Laser Research Fiber Laser Sapphire Windows act as debris shield replacements with Moh 9 hardness and reduce frequency of required lens changes. Available sizes range from 1–2 in. and withstand steel splatter, flash, and debris. Featuring 10-5 scratch-dig finish, 1/4 wave flatness, and A/R coatings on both sides, windows provide >99.5% transmission @ 1.07 microns with >90% @ 650–670 nm. Fused silica UV grade windows coated on one or 2 sides are also offered.

BaF2 Windows provide high transmission without AR coatings.

BaF2 Windows provide high transmission without AR coatings.

Edmund Optics    Barrington, NJ 08007
Jan 23, 2014 Suited for such applications as IR spectroscopy, TECHSPEC Barium Fluoride (BaF2) Windows offer wide broadband transmission extending from deep UV to LWIR (200 nm to 14 μm). Barium Fluoride's 1.48 index of refraction promotes transmission without requiring anti-reflection (AR) coatings. Supporting use up to 800°C in dry environments, 5–50 mm dia windows are made from optical fluoride resistant to high energy radiation and have 82 Knoop hardness.

Combination IR Window/Ultrasound Port meet global demand.

Combination IR Window/Ultrasound Port meet global demand.

IRISS, Inc.    Bradenton, FL 34211
Dec 30, 2013 Leveraging multi-technology approach, CAP-4-US permanent electrical safety device (PESD) enables electricians to find failure points in critical electrical assets, such as transformers and switchgear, before failure can occur. Solution is available with transparent or opaque polymer, both of which comply with all mandatory impact, load, and flammability requirements. This industrial-grade IR window meets OSHA NFPA 70E requirements for arc flash safety.

IR Windows protect high-energy equipment inspectors.

IR Windows protect high-energy equipment inspectors.

Fluke Corp.    Everett, WA 98203
Dec 04, 2013 Installed within 5 min, ClirVu® CV Series eliminates need to open panel door to take IR camera readings on high-energy equipment. Products are Torture Tested™ to highest arc blast test ratings and, when properly installed, maintain panel arc test rating of up to 63 kA. Eliminating need to separately ground each metal component of window, AutoGround™ feature instantly grounds IR window to metal enclosure. Hinged cover is opened with quarter-turn latch or key and protects window from impact.

Sapphire Windows withstand explosive conditions.

Sapphire Windows withstand explosive conditions.

Swiss Jewel Co.    Philadelphia, PA 19106
Oct 11, 2013 Engineered of temperature-stable Sapphire to withstand thermally demanding environments up to 2,000°C, Sapphire Windows are suitable for flame detectors and analyzers of combustible gas and other hazardous materials. Hardness of 9 moh enables windows to stand up to corrosion and distortion over sustained heavy use, while transmission values from UV to mid-IR (0.2–5.0 µm) optimize sensitivity for infrared flame detection. Windows range in size from <1.0 mm up to 76.2 mm diameter.

Infrared Windows optimize field of view for inspections.

IRISS, Inc.    Bradenton, FL 34211
Sep 16, 2013 CAP 4 in. IR windows are available with transparent (CAP-CT-4) or opaque (CAP-C-4) polymer, both of which comply with all mandatory impact, load, and flammability requirements. Promoting safe and efficient electrical inspections, these combined visual, UV, and IR window also lend to application flexibility and feature protective cover with locking latches. Design employs pharmaceutical-grade optics as well as window housing and cover of stainless steel.

Custom Sapphire Windows protect sensors on aircraft.

Custom Sapphire Windows protect sensors on aircraft.

Meller Optics, Inc.    Providence, RI 02940
Jun 08, 2012 Featuring transmission from UV to IR, Meller Sapphire Windows can be custom fabricated in virtually any mounting configuration. Windows exhibit Moh 9 hardness, protecting aircraft sensing devices from water, wind, and high-speed particulates. Produced in sizes up to 10 in. diameter, depending on diameter to thickness aspect ratio, windows provide flatness to 1/10th wave in visible and less than 2 arc sec in./in. parallelism with finishes from 60-40 to 40-20 scratch-dig.

Sapphire Optics suit submersible applications.

Sapphire Optics suit submersible applications.

Meller Optics, Inc.    Providence, RI 02940
Apr 17, 2012 Available in round and rectangular configurations, Custom Sapphire Optics can be fabricated as lenses, windows, and viewports from ¼-10 in. diameter and ½ mm to 1 in. thick, with or without A/R coatings. Optics are impervious to salt water and can withstand up to 10,000 psi, depending upon aspect ratio and mounting technique. Featuring Moh 9 hardness, windows can be fabricated with flatness held to 0.5 fringes of HeNe and parallelism from 20 to 2 arc/secs.

Abrasion Resistant Optical Windows feature anti-reflective coatings.

Abrasion Resistant Optical Windows feature anti-reflective coatings.

Abrisa Technologies    Santa Paula, CA 93060
Aug 11, 2011 Custom-designed to meet user requirements, Abrasion Resistant Optical Windows are available with 3 different levels of anti-reflective coatings that meet various MIL specifications. Coatings maximize optical transmittance while eliminating image ghosting, protecting optical systems in both hostile and common environments. Typical applications include camera lens systems, telescopes, POP displays, menu boards, digital signage, and LCD screens.

Optical Windows suit precision analytical and medical devices.

Optical Windows suit precision analytical and medical devices.

Bern Optics, Inc.    Westfield, MA 01085
Dec 21, 2010 Available in diameters as small as 0.20 mm, Optical Instrument Windows can be custom engineered, ground, and polished to micron tolerances in variety of submillimeter standard or custom shapes. Reflective or anti-reflection coatings can be applied to meet requirements of application. Created from optical and filter glasses, microscopic optical elements can be used for protection between differing physical environments, as well as in spectroscopic, chemical, and color analysis instruments.

Thin Windows produce minimal beam distortion and scatter.

Edmund Optics    Barrington, NJ 08007
Mar 30, 2010 Suited for weight- and size-sensitive applications, TECHSPEC® Ultra-Thin N-BK7 Windows measure 0.20 mm thick and feature precision substrate with ½ wave transmitted wavefront error. Each is available uncoated or with MgF2 Anti-Reflective (AR) coating in 8 standard sizes from 5-50 mm dia. Suitable uses include cover plates for biotech imaging and replacement windows for CCD sensors as well as various other R/D and OEM applications.

Ruby and Sapphire Parts offer heat and chemical resistance.

General Ruby & Sapphire Co., Div. of EWM General Corp.    New Port Richey, FL 34653
Oct 28, 2009 Suited for optics, electronics and optoelectronics, fine mechanics, and laser technologies, Ruby and Sapphire Parts offer transmission range from microwave, vacuum UV, and visible through IR. Refractive index has low dependence on temperature, making sapphire suitable for imaging optics applications. Hard and scratch resistant, Sapphire does not melt until 2,040°C, is insoluble in most industrial solutions, and is resistant to corrosion from acids.

Infrared Windows enable direct thermographic measurement.

IRISS, Inc.    Bradenton, FL 34211
Sep 25, 2009 Series CAP-V enables IR surveys and visual inspection of energized electrical conductors and circuit parts to be conducted from one custom-made, impact-resistant inspection panel. Keeping panel covers and doors closed, proper use maintains enclosed and guarded condition between thermographer and energized components. Product comes in standard 12, 24, and 36 in. panel sections but can be manufactured in any size or shape configuration to suit unique requirements.

Optical Substrates are especially designed for optical coaters.

Optical Substrates are especially designed for optical coaters.

Meller Optics, Inc.    Providence, RI 02940
Jun 30, 2009 Available in sizes from ½-5 in. OD with ±0.00025 in. tolerance, Optical Substrates for Coaters feature 1/10 per wave flatness/in., parallelism to 2 arc-sec, and surface finishes to 10-5 scratch-dig per MIL-PRF-13830, depending upon material and configuration. Lenses can be supplied plano-convex and -concave, biconvex and -concave, and meniscus; windows and substrates can be plane, wedged, and tapered. Optical substrates are available in wide variety of materials.

Sapphire Optics protect military guidance systems.

Sapphire Optics protect military guidance systems.

Meller Optics, Inc.    Providence, RI 02940
May 04, 2009 Designed for front surface protection applications, custom-fabricated Sapphire Optics include windows up to 8 in. dia ranging from 1/8-½ in. thick with 70:1 aspect ratio and domes up to 6 in. dia with 160° included angles. Featuring up to 85% transmission uncoated and less than .25% reflection per surface with A/R coatings, Sapphire Windows have surface finishes to 60-40 scratch-dig. Domes feature surface accuracy to less than 1 fringe at 633 nm and finishes to 20-10 scratch-dig.

InAs Windows have blocking range broader than germanium.

Reynard Corp.    San Clemente, CA 92673
May 01, 2009 Featuring refractive index profile of silicon, polished and coated indium arsenide (InAs) offers transmission edge of 3.1 µm at 80K (cryogenic) and 3.8 µm at 298K (room temperature). Windows may be manufactured with surface qualities approaching 10-5 per MIL-PRF-13830. Complete blocking below 3.0 µm, due to natural material absorption, enables production of fully-blocked filters in 3-5 µm and 8-12 µm spectral bands.

Sapphire Windows withstand corrosive chemicals.

Sapphire Windows withstand corrosive chemicals.

Meller Optics, Inc.    Providence, RI 02940
Dec 18, 2007 Featuring 9 Moh surface hardness, Custom Sapphire Windows are unaffected by corrosive fluids, abrasive particles, temperatures up to 1,000°C, and pressures up to 10,000 psi. Units range from ¼-10 in. in diameter and from ½ mm to 1 in. thick, making them suited for viewing inside pipes, pumps, vessels, or instruments containing caustic fluids. Windows provide 270 nm to 4.7 µm range of transmission, with up to 85% transmission uncoated and up to 99% with A/R coatings on 2 sides.




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