Infrared Materials (IR) for Research and Production

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We have the following IR substrates in stock.

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Infrared Substrate Capabilities

Supply optical elements from small to medium quantity at 100-1000pcs per month.
optics: windows, spherical/doublet lenses, achromatic lenses,prism and mirror.
material: Si, GE, ZnSe, Bk7,UVFS,Stih53,SF,CaF2,
polishing: s/d: 40-20; fringes: 1/4 lambda; wedge: 1 arc min; coating: V-coating, VIS coating, BBAR/DLC coating.
testing: ZyGo and FuJi interferometers

Optical design and assembly service.

We have a 6 persons team to do customized optical design, and the wavelength cover 0.2um to 16.0um.It used to UV camera lenses, NIR/SWIR lenses, Zoom Design, F-theta design, laser expander and collimators etc.

We have a new partner with; ISO9001, SGS RoHs, and D&B cetificates. We would like to introduce the following materials: crystal and optics for laser system, FTIR/NIR/UV analysis, F-theta, SWIR design, laser collimator, flameter detector, IR sensors, Customized cameras, Military, and R&D labs.


What is Infrared (IR)?

Infrared light, or infrared radiation, is a form of light with longer wavelengths than visible light. It is invisible to the human eye, and it encompasses wavelengths ranging from approximately one millimeter to 700 nanometers. For this reason, it is used in medical applications. Infrared is invisible to the human eye, but it can still penetrate the body. It has several benefits, as it is not only effective at detecting cancer but can also detect heat.

Infrared images of seawater are useful for mapping ocean currents and eddies. This data is of great value to the shipping industry. Moreover, infrared pictures can be useful for fishermen and farmers, as they can detect the onset of El Nino wavelengths Some weather satellites can also image the main water vapour channel, allowing researchers to determine how much moisture is present in the atmosphere. This information is helpful for meteorologists and scientists in forecasting weather conditions.

Silicon: Silicon is a popular choice for IR measuring equipment because it is the least expensive of all IR materials. It is readily available, lightweight, and has excellent thermal and mechanical properties. However, it is prone to absorption in the 8-12 um range, which is beyond the wavelength range most useful for imaging applications. Although it is not suited for CO2 transmitting optics, silicon is widely used in mirror applications.

The longest wavelength of visible light makes IR more effective for observing objects. It is also less susceptible to scattering, which makes it useful for observing objects where the visible light cannot penetrate because of dust and gas. The light from newly-formed stars is also visible in IR, so it can be observed from space. The center of the Earth can also be viewed with infrared vision. If you're interested in astronomy, you'll want to learn more about infrared.

Another type of infrared-sensitive camera is the helium neon laser, which is ideal for IR applications. It is cheap, and has low absorption in the red end of the visible spectrum. It is also effective for measuring carbon black in ink. If you're interested in using an infrared-sensitive imaging system, you'll need to get a helium neon-neon-laser.

Infrared light is a wavelength that is longer than a human hair. This wavelength is the most common color of visible light. Despite its short wavelength, infrared light is also used to see ultraviolet light. This IR material has a high transmitting power. Its benefits are many. There are no limitations to the use of infrared, and it is possible to apply the technology for a variety of applications.

IR rays cause deep heating in the tissues of the body. This causes the heart to increase its volume, which in turn leads to vasodilation and increased circulation. Infrared helps increase blood flow to muscles, joints, and connective tissues, which can accelerate healing and reduce pain in many conditions. Infrared is a type of infrared light that can be used in a variety of applications.

IR is useful in astronomy to study the chemical makeup of dust particles in the interstellar medium. It is also used to study the chemical composition of cold gases, and it can also be used to determine the chemical composition of dust particles in the interstellar sphere. The IR emission from objects is also visible to humans, which means that infrared radiation is very beneficial to the human body. The energy of the sun is highly concentrated in the atmosphere, which causes the high sensitivity of our eyes.

Infrared light is produced by LEDs and lasers. Its wavelength ranges between eight and eighty nanometers. The majority of surfaces reflect light in a diffuse way. This means that infrared light will be reflected almost isotropically. During the day, the amount of infrared light that passes through the aperture of a sensor is a good indicator of the temperature of an object.

Infrared is the most effective wavelength of light. Its wavelengths are long enough to penetrate dense gas or dust. Infrared light can reveal objects that are invisible to optical telescopes. Infrared is also used for sensing. All objects on Earth emit IR radiation in the form of heat. Hence, infrared sensors can detect heat and identify the sources of heat. These are a few of the benefits of infrared.