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14AP Anamorphic Prisms
Anamorphic-Prisms
A pair of prisms can be designed into a much more compact package than a telescope using cylindrical optics
 
The ability of adjusting the position of the prisms allows the user to compensate for variations from one light source to another
 
The prisms are more cost effective than cylindrical lenses of comparable quality
 
Mount for anamorphic prisms is available upon request
  Standard Specifications
MaterialSF11
Dimension Tolerances+0.0, -0.2 mm
Surface Flatness<λ/8 @ 632.8 nm
Surface Quality60-40 scratch & dig
Theta Angle29°27' ± 3"
Clear Aperture> 85% in central circular dimension
CoatingMgF2 single layer on perpendicular surface

Anamorphic prisms are used to change the dimension of a beam in one axis, the effect being analogous to that of a cylindrical lens. These two prisms can expand or contract the beam in one direction without any changes in the other direction. By adjusting the angles among the incident beam and two prisms, the shape of the beam can be changed. It is very easy to turn elliptical beam into circular beam. If beam shaping is required, a system using a pair of anamorphic prisms has several significant benefits.

SF11 Anamorphic Prisms
Dimensions A x B x C, mmCoatingOrdering Code
12.0 x 12.0 x 8.5Uncoated14AP-1-0
MgF2 single layer on perpendicular surface14AP-1-1

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