A spherical lens is a lens with a curvature that is the same in all directions. It is used for different products to help correct vision problems and improve image quality. For example, they are commonly used in cameras, telescopes, and eyeglasses, but suffer from various types of optical distortion, including spherical aberration, coma, and astigmatism. TC Optics provides various types of spherical lens with very high accuracy and good quality to meet your specific needs.
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As one of the mature optical mirror manufacturers, we offer Dia 0.5mm-500mm spherical lenses to fit a wide range of applications. If you need a very large amount of sphere lens, please contact TC Optics for custom orders and bulk discounts. Trust TC Optics for the highest standards of precision and quality in your spherical lens needs.
Spherical lenses are widely used in security, automotive, digital cameras, lasers, optical instruments and other fields. For optical lens wholesale, TC Optics can supply different kinds of spherical lenses such as plano-concave, plano-convex, achromatic lenses. Aspheric lenses have a radius of curvature that varies with the central axis, maintaining good aberration correction. The advantage of aspheric lenses is that they can correct spherical aberrations caused by spherical lenses in collimated focusing systems. Aspheric lenses can minimize spherical aberration by adjusting the surface constants and aspheric coefficients. The main processing techniques are: precision glass molding, precision polishing molding, mixed molding,
Plano-Convex Spherical Lens is the most common type of lens element.
Achromatic doublet lenses have significantly better optical performance than singlet lenses in visible imaging and laser beam manipulation applications.
Meniscus lens is a lens which has two spherical curved surfaces, convex on one side and concave on the other side.
Plano-Concave Spherical Lens is an optical lens with one concave surface and one flat surface.
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Q: What is chromatic aberration, and how is it corrected in spherical lenses?
A: Chromatic aberration is a type of distortion that occurs when different wavelengths of light focus at different points. It can be corrected by using achromatic or apochromatic lens designs that reduce or eliminate color aberration.
Q: What is the difference between a concave and a convex spherical lens?
A: A concave spherical lens curves inward and is thinner at the center, while a convex spherical lens curves outward and is thicker at the center.
Q: What is the difference between a spherical lens and an infrared lens?
A: A spherical lens is an optical lens with a curved surface that bends light and is commonly used in cameras and eyeglasses. An ir lens is designed to function in the infrared part of the spectrum, beyond the visible range of light, used in thermal imaging cameras and other applications that require detection of thermal radiation.
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