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Plano Convex Lens

These are lenses with one flat surface and one convex surface. They have a positive focal length and are used to converge or focus incoming light. They are best for infinite conjugate systems. They can be used in many different optical systems such as magnifiers, telescopes, collimators, condensers and imaging instruments. For best optical performance, the convex side should always face the incident light.

Diameter Dia. Tolerance CT Tolerance Centering Irregularity Surface Quality Bevel
2.50-6.00 +0.00 / -0.10 ±0.1 < 3 minutes 0.5 Waves 40-20 0.25 x 45°
6.00-25.00 +0.00 / -0.10 ±0.1 < 3 minutes 0.5 Waves 40-20 0.25 x 45°
25.01 - 50.00 +0.00 / -0.10 ±0.1 < 3 minutes 0.5 Waves 60-40 0.50 x 45°
50.01-100.00 +0.00 / -0.10 ±0.1 < 3 minutes 0.5 Waves 60-40 0.50 x 45°
100.01-150.00 +0.05 / -0.10 ±0.2 3 - 5 arc min. 1Waves 80-50 1.00 x 45°
>150.00 +/- 0.25 ±0.25 5-10 arc min. 2 Waves 120-100 2.00 x 45°
Dimensions MM
Clear Aperture CA >= 90% of Diameter
Coating Uncoated, Specify your coating (See Coating Chart for Available Options)
Design Wavelength 587.6nm
Focal Length Tolerance ±2%
Edge Thickness Reference
* All dimensions are in mm

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Part Number
Diameter
Effective Focal Length
Back Focal Length
Center Thickness
Edge Thickness
L-PCX645
47.5000
160.0000
156.5800
6.00
2.5000
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L-PCX743
25.4000
175.0000
172.1100
3.89
3.0000
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L-PCX826
12.7000
250.0000
247.9600
3.10
2.9000
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L-PCX843
25.4000
250.0000
247.6100
3.62
3.0000
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L-PCX845
50.8000
62.9000
52.8700
15.22
3.0000
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