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The Correct Material for Infrared (IR) Applications

Using an Infrared Application? Discover the importance of choosing the right material and comparisons of each at Edmund Optics.

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UV vs. IR Grade Fused Silica

UV grade fused silica is ideal for UV and visible applications, but IR grade fused silica has better transmission in the IR due to a lack of OH- impurities.

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Ultraviolet (UV) Spectrum

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Infrared (IR) Spectrum

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Ultraviolet Lasers

A new generation of small, cost-effective, CW ultraviolet (UV) lasers allows more applications to move to UV wavelengths for increased power and precision.

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You offer many substrates for UV and IR applications. How do I know which is best for me?

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Ultraviolet Lasers – TRENDING IN OPTICS: EPISODE 2

A new generation of compact, cost-effective ultraviolet (UV) lasers is allowing more applications to benefit from the increased precision of UV wavelengths.

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Infrared Light

Optical Engineer Andrew Fisher explains how you can see the "invisible" light, or infrared light, from your own TV remote.

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Can I cure UV adhesives without a UV light source?

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Extreme Ultraviolet Optics

Pushing Optics to the Extreme

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UV Optics: Tighter Tolerances and Different Materials

UV Lenses require extremely tight tolerances and novel materials such as sapphire. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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What is the difference between Protected Aluminum, Enhanced Aluminum, UV Enhanced Aluminum, Protected Gold, and Protected Silver?

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When should I use an IR cut filter and when should I use heat absorbing glass?

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Why Laser Damage Testing is Critical for UV Laser Applications

Laser Induced Damage Threshold describes the maximum quantity of laser radiation an optic can take before damaging. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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Can BK7 be used for UV applications?

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NIR (Near Infrared)

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Short Wave Infrared (SWIR)

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I recently removed the IR cut filter from my camera and did not replace it with any type of clear glass. It has since lost sensitivity in the IR, which was the goal, but also focus ability in the optics. Can you explain why this is so?

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Is it okay to clean an infrared lens, for example one made of germanium, with ethanol?

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UV Fatigue and Laser-Induced Contamination of Optics

Learn how to minimize laser-induced contamination in ultraviolet (UV) laser systems in this webinar. Improve your throughput and damage threshold!

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Developments in UV and IR Imaging Technology

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Reflective Optics for Laser Applications

Beam Conditioning Optics for UV, IR, and Broadband Lasers

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Advantages of Using Meniscus Lenses in Infrared Applications

Meniscus lenses offer superior performance compared to plano convex lenses in IR applications. Find out the benefits of using a meniscus lens at Edmund Optics.

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I need an IR laser whose fall time is as small as possible so it comes as close as possible to an instantaneous stop. What would you recommend?

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Into the UV

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Introduction to Reflective Objectives

Reflective objectives use mirrors to focus light or form an image. Learn more about the different types and benefits of reflective objectives at Edmund Optics.

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The factory calibration of your UV-VIS-NIR Spectrometer only includes wavelength but not response (irradiance). I can measure raw data which is only usable for transmittance/reflectance measurements. How do I get irradiance measurements?

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Trending in Optics: The Future of Optical Filters

New optical filters are being developed due to the advancements in applications and technologies. Learn more about the future of filters at Edmund Optics.

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Metallic Mirror Coatings

Want to learn more about metallic mirror coatings? Find information about standard and custom metallic mirror coatings that are available at Edmund Optics.

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Focusing on ultraviolet

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