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Oplens Optical is Optical Mirrors Manufacturer, which manufactures high precision optical mirrors for a wide range of industries including defence, science and R&D. We can produce mirrors in almost any custom shape or size. Use custom coatings to meet your requirements.
Our optical mirrors are excel in aerospace, military and commercial avionics, scientific and medical instrumentation, academic and research, and industrial applications.
Oplens are a optical mirror manufacturer with ten years of production experience, which has superb production technology.
A variety of materials: N-BK7, H-K9L, Fused Silica, etc.
Thickness Available: ±0.2mm is available upon request.
Clear Aperture: +0.0 mm / -0.1 mm is available upon request.
Bevel Available:Better bevel is available upon request.
Whether you need one of our many catalog mirrors or custom optics, from prototype to production, let Oplens optics be your trusted partner - you can rely on us for 100% factory inspection, on-time delivery and Unmatched customer service, all at competitive prices.
1. Available as substrates uncoated or with various reflective coatings optimized for performance in the UV-VIS-NIR spectral region (190 - 2500nm) capable of providing highly reflective coatings up to 20 microns.
2. Protected aluminium: It provides approximately 86% reflectance through visible light while being a tough and resilient coating. Most optical mirror applications are well served by using protected aluminum.
3. Dielectric: Custom dielectric mirrors can be fabricated when you aim for high reflection at a specific wavelength or angle of incidence. The advantage of dielectrics is that they are strong and can provide higher reflectivity than metals at certain wavelengths and angles of incidence. It is also possible to reduce the reflectivity of other wavelengths that are also used as filters. The disadvantage of dielectrics is that they are wavelength and incident angle dependent. This means that if you need performance over a wide range of wavelengths and angles, you will most likely be better off with a metal mirror.