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Rod & cone mirrors

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Rod and Cone Mirrors

Knight Optical is able to supply cone and 45° rod mirrors for use from, for example, the UV(200 to 400nm) to the IR (0.7 to 1.1µm) wavebands. The cone mirrors and 45° rod mirrors that are custom made, include the following range:

Cone rod mirrors comprise; the cone rod mirrors are made from rod, usually BK7, a standard optical glass that has one rod ground and polished into a cone, much like a rocket nosecone or pencil tip. This tip is coated with a reflective coating, such as aluminium or gold. The mirrors are used, for example, to produce 360° illumination when light is directed toward the cone and is reflected into a circular plane with the rod lens at its centre. Another use is to allow for 360° surveillance of an area by directing the observable scene onto a suitable imager.

45° rod mirrors comprise; The 45° rod mirrors are made by slicing end end off the rod at an angle of 45°. This produces an elliptical mirror that appears circular at 90°, and along the axis, for steering a beam onto a different optical path. The small units can be used, for example, to provide a beam a steering unit for a borescope or fibrescope.

Knight Optical supply high quality cone and 45° rod mirrors made to our, and your, exacting specification. Every component is individually tested by our highly skilled technicians in our state of art metrology lab to ensure all components meet our high quality standards.

Contact our multilingual technical sales team and discover how Knight Optical’s high quality custom cone and 45° rod mirrors, cone lenses, and service can improve your instrumentation and supply chain experience.

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