A unique variety of cylinder lens known as a “rod lens” has both ends that are ground and its circumference that is highly polished. Rod lenses can be used for beam shaping and to concentrate collimated light into a line.
They operate similarly to a regular cylinder lens. Rod lenses can be used for beam shaping and to concentrate collimated light into a line.
They operate similarly to a regular cylinder lens. Rod lenses may be utilised for UV, visible, and NIR applications and are an essential component of many laser and imaging optical systems.
Rod lenses can be utilised for UV, visible, and near-infrared (NIR) applications and are an essential component of many laser and imaging optical systems.
Rod lenses have a low coefficient of thermal expansion and exceptionally high transmission into the NIR and UV.
Longer mother rods are used to create rod lenses, and the ends are ground to the required size. Since rod lenses are not frequently chamfered, handling them requires care.
The Global Rod Lens Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For consumers at home and abroad, the tiniest rod lenses (micro rod lenses) have been developed. Micro rod lenses: 0.5–1.8 mm in diameter, 1.0–25 mm in length, with one end having a specified radius of curvature and the other having a random angle. Additionally, arbitrary radii or angles can have both ends.
Products have a high degree of customization for a variety of uses, including surveying tools, optical displays, fibre communications, and medical devices.
By combining unique gluing/cementing techniques and edging expertise, they may offer distinctive rod-shaped bonded lenses.
Up to four single micro rod lenses can be combined in different ways to create this glued/cemented rod lenses subassembly.
Compared to conventional lenses, rod lens assembly systems can produce images with better brightness, contrast, and colour reproduction.
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