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Do your iris diaphragms have mounts for breadboard applications?

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What is the numerical aperture of a fiber?

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System Throughput, f/#, and Numerical Aperture

When it comes to your lens, the f/# is one of the most important settings because it controls multiple parameters. Find out what the f/# controls at Edmund Optics.

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Iris Diaphragm

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Large Diameter Gimbal Optical Mounts

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.

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Aperture (f/#)

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Aperture Stop

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Important Concepts for Selecting Optical Component Mounts

Edmund Optics offers a variety of kinematic, bar-type, translating, ring, and modular mounting components.

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E-Series Kinematic Optical Mirror Mounts

E-Series Kinematic Optical Mounts provide high value and essential features for applications including lab use, prototyping, and system integration

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Lens Mounts

There are numerous mount types for connecting an imaging lens to a camera. Depending on the application, some mounts are more useful than others.

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SM Lens Tube Drop-In Mounts from Edmund Optics

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What is the difference between Rowland circle and polychromator mounts for gratings?

Understanding Rowland circle and polychromator mounts for diffraction gratings is important for selecting the proper concave grating for your application.

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Clear Aperture (CA)

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Numerical Aperture (NA)

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The Importance of Numerical Aperture for Imaging and Microscopy

LAB SERIES: Join us for a discussion about the importance of numerical aperture for imaging and microscopy applications.

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I’m using an English breadboard but will be switching to Metric soon, is there a way to adapt your TECHSPEC® Kinematic Mounts to both standards of posts and breadboard accessories?

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How do truncated optics eliminate the need for kinematic mounts?

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HP+ Series Fixed Focal Length Lenses from Edmund Optics®

These high-resolution C-mount lenses are optimized for demanding factory automation and machine vision environments.

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HP+ Series Fixed Focal Length Lenses from Edmund Optics®

The HP+ Series Lenses are high-resolution C-mount lenses optimized for demanding factory automation and machine vision environments.

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The Anatomy of a Lens

Become familiarized with the key components of an imaging lens assembly and how they function.

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How an Edmund Optics Imaging Lens is Made

Imaging lens assemblies are vital components for a wide range of cutting edge applications including machine vision, biomedical instruments, factory automation, and robotics.

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Edmund Optics Imaging Lab 1.8: Depth of Field in Depth

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Edmund Optics Imaging Lab 1.4: Depth of Field

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Ruggedized Imaging Lenses

Not all ruggedized imaging lenses feature the same type of ruggedization. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each type at Edmund Optics.

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Light Pipe Overview

Light pipes are optical components that are typically used to increase the uniformity of a light source or to direct light.

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Non-Circular Optics for System Miniaturization

Trimming the Fat: Truncating Lenses to Shrink Systems

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Ball Lens Calculator

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Could you tell me what the inner diameter of a ring mount mean? Does it mean the smallest diameter of the cylindrical components I can mount, or the biggest diameter?

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Which imaging lenses feature a TFL-II Mount?

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1.1" HP Series Fixed Focal Length Lenses from Edmund Optics®

High-performance machine vision lenses with iris adjustment and up to 20 megapixels of resolution for 1.85μm pixel size sensors

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