Laser Research Optics Introduces Multi-Spectral ZnS Missile Domes For Visible Through MID-IR Applications

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New custom manufactured zinc sulfide (Cleartran®) missile domes that are designed to protect cameras, detectors, sensors, and other devices are being introduced by Laser Research Optics.

These high quality Cleartran® missile domes exhibit surface accuracy to less than 2 fringes @ 633 nm and finishes to 60-40 scratch-dig.

These high quality Cleartran® missile domes exhibit surface accuracy to less than 2 fringes @ 633 nm and finishes to 60-40 scratch-dig.

Custom manufactured with precise edge configurations and mounting profiles, Laser Research Multi-Spectral ZnS Optical Domes are available in sizes up to 8” O.D.

Laser Research Optics has introduced custom manufactured zinc sulfide (Cleartran®) missile domes that are designed to protect cameras, detectors, sensors, and others.

Laser Research Multi-Spectral ZnS Optical Domes are ideally suited for wavelengths from 600 nm to 12 microns and offer 160 degree maximum included angles to extend the viewing angle of missile guidance systems. Designed to protect cameras, detectors, sensors, and other devices, they provide up to 70% transmission uncoated in the visible through Mid-IR spectra.

Custom manufactured with precise edge configurations and mounting profiles, Laser Research Multi-Spectral ZnS Optical Domes are available in sizes up to 8” O.D. These high quality Cleartran® missile domes exhibit surface accuracy to less than 2 fringes @ 633 nm and finishes to 60-40 scratch-dig.

Laser Research Multi-Spectral ZnS Optical Domes are priced according to configuration and quantity. Price quotations are available upon request.

For more information contact:

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

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