8mm diameter H-K9L optical glass ball lens

$0.85 - $12.50
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10 Pieces
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Changchun Ruiqi Optoelectronics Co., Ltd.

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Port: changchun,shenzhen,beijing
Payment Terms: T/T,Western Union,paypal,visa credit card, trade assuranceo order, e-checking
Supply Ability: 5000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Place of Origin: Jilin China
Brand Name: CCRQ
Model Number: ball lens
Material: Glass
Usage: Optical
Structure: spherical
Shape: Ball
material: BK7/K9,JGS1,Fused silica, sapphire,Ruby,Znse ect
surface quality: 20/10-60/40
Diameter: 0.5-100mm
Dimension tolerance: +/-1um,+/-2um,+/-3um
Coating: None
Sphericity: +/-1um,+/-2um,+/-3um
Packaging Detail: safety anti-short carton box

 25mm  sapphire optical glass half ball  lens


Ball lenses are great optical components for improving signal coupling between fibers, emitters, and detectors. They are also used in endoscopy, bar code scanning, ball pre-forms for aspheric lenses, and sensor applications. Ball lensesare manufactured from a single substrate of glass and can focus or collimate light, depending upon the geometry of the input source. Half-ball lenses are also common and can be interchanged with full ball lenses if the physical constraints of an application require a more compact design.


Spherical Ball Lenses are commonly used for laser collimating and focusing, laser-to-fiber coupling, fiber-to-fiber coupling, and fiber-to-detector coupling. Larger spheres are easier to handle and ease the sensitivity of translational alignment. However, smaller spheres has the benefit of fitting into smaller packages.




Material: BK7/K9,Fused Silica,Sapphire,Ruby, Silicon,LaSF7 glass or other optical glass
Sphericity: 1um,2um,3um
Surface Quality: 60/40,40/20,20-10
Diameter: 1-150mm


Welcome to enquiry,We are accpet custom made or stock size testing both available.




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