Laser Research Optics Introduces Fused Silica Fiber Lenses For Replacement by Laser Operators

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Laser Research Optics has introduced a new line of fused silica fiber lenses designed for use as debris shields on 400 kW or higher power lasers that eliminate the need for users to send their laser heads back to the OEM for lens replacement.

Since laser heads often require replacement many times per month, self-replacement of the lenses minimizes downtime.

Since laser heads often require replacement many times per month, self-replacement of the lenses minimizes downtime.

Suitable for replacement by the laser operator rather then sending the entire laser head back to the OEM, Laser Research Fused Silica Fiber Lenses saves up to 80% the cost of a typical lens replacement.

Laser Research Optics has introduced a new line of fused silica fiber lenses that eliminate the need for users to send their laser heads back to the OEM for lens replacement.

Laser Research Fused Silica Fiber Lenses are offered in 1.5” and 2.0” dia. sizes with anti-reflective coatings on both sides to provide transmission of greater than 99.5% @ 1.06 microns with greater than 80% @ 650 – 670 nm. Suitable for replacement by the laser operator rather then sending the entire laser head back to the OEM, this saves up to 80% the cost of a typical lens replacement.

Designed for use as debris shields on 400 kW or higher power lasers, Laser Research Fused Silica Fiber Lenses have a 10-5 scratch-dig finish and 1/4 wave transmitted wavefront. Since laser heads often require replacement many times per month, self-replacement of the lenses minimizes downtime.

Laser Research Fused Silica Fiber Lenses are priced according to size and quantity. Price quotations are available upon request.

For more information contact:

Laser Research Optics
A Division of Meller Optics, Inc.
Scott Rouillard, Sales Manager
120 Corliss St.
Providence, RI 02904
(888) 239-5545 FAX (401) 331-4004
e-mail: scott@laserresearch.net
http://www.laserresearchoptics.net

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