optical color filter for biochemical analyzer optical filter Customized

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US $1-5 / Pieces | 100 Piece/Pieces biochemical analyzer optical filter (Min. Order)
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Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Shanghai, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
HENGXIANG, HENGXIANG
Model Number:
biochemical analyzer optical filter
Size:
3-300mm, Customized
Material:
Optical Glass, Colored optical materials
Use:
Biochemical analyzer
Surface Quality:
60/40 (Customized)
Wavelength:
according to your drawing
Shape:
Custom Shape
Transmittance:
>55%
Coating:
Uncoated (according to your requires)
Bandwidth:
according to your requires
OEM:
Yes
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
100000 Piece/Pieces per Day biochemical analyzer optical filter
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Blister plate (100PCS/layer) for biochemical analyzer optical filter
Port
Shanghai,shenzhen,xiamen,hongkong,etc
Lead Time :
within 10-20 days

 

 

 

Specific parameters

Biochemical analyzer optical filter

 

 

1.Material : Colored optical materials
2.Specification : according to customer drawings
3.Precision (the highest) : N=2;N=0.5;B=40/20;C=0.01

4.size :according to customers' requirement

5.any other requirement can be customized 

6.well-welcome OEM

7.Contact online sevice to get the quotation right now !!!

 

 

 

 

 

MaterialOptical Glass
Sizeaccording to your requires
Thickness according to your requires
Diameter Tolerance±0.10 
Thickness Tolerance±0.2 mm
Surface reflectance30% (per one surface)
Surface Quality (Scratch-Dig)60-40 (according to your requires)
Transmittance>55% (according to your requires)
ShapePlano-convex  (Customized)
Centration<3′
Clear aperture  >= 90%central of the diameter
Wavelengthaccording to your requires
CoatingUncoated (according to your requires)
Surface reflectance30% (per one surface)

 

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Product Description

 

 Optical filters are devices that selectively transmit light of different wavelengths, usually implemented as plane glass or plastic devices in the optical path which are either dyed in the bulk or have interference coatings. The optical properties of filters are completely described by their frequency response, which specifies how the magnitude and phase of each frequency component of an incoming signal is modified by the filter

Applications

Filters mostly belong to one of two categories. The simplest, physically, is the absorptive filter; then there are interference or dichroic filters.

 

Optical filters selectively transmit light in a particular range of wavelengths, that is, colours, while blocking the remainder. They can usually pass long wavelengths only (longpass), short wavelengths only (shortpass), or a band of wavelengths, blocking both longer and shorter wavelengths (bandpass). The passband may be narrower or wider; the transition or cutoff between maximal and minimal transmission can be sharp or gradual. There are filters with more complex transmission characteristic, for example with two peaks rather than a single band; these are more usually older designs traditionally used for photography; filters with more regular characteristics are used for scientific and technical work.

 

Optical filters are commonly used in photography (where some special effect filters are occasionally used as well as absorptive filters), in many optical instruments, and to colour stage lighting. In astronomy optical filters are used to restrict light passed to the spectral band of interest, e.g., to study infrared radiation without visible light which would affect film or sensors and overwhelm the desired infrared. Optical filters are also essential in fluorescence applications such as fluorescence microscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy.

 

Photographic filters are a particular case of optical filters, and much of the material here applies. Photographic filters do not need the accurately controlled optical properties and precisely defined transmission curves of filters designed for scientific work, and sell in larger quantities at correspondingly lower prices than many laboratory filters. Some photographic effect filters, such as star effect filters, are not relevant to scientific work.

 

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