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  • Penta Prism

    A pentaprism is a five-sided reflecting prism used to deviate a beam of light by a constant 90°, even if the entry beam is not at 90° to the prism. Penta Prisms can be widely used in Plumb Level, Surveying, Alignment, Range finding and Optical Tooling.

  • Right Angle Prisms

    Right angle prism is deviating or deflecting a beam of light with 90° or 180°.It is widely used in telescope, periscope and other optical system. It is the best choice for devices and equipment.

  • Dove Prisms

    Dove prism is a reflecting prism, which can be used as a rotator or a retroreflector.

  • Roof Prisms

    Roof Prisms, also as know Amici Prisms, can be widely used in telescopic system, imaging system,observation system and ranging system.

  • Porro Prisms

    Porro prism, named for its inventor Ignazio Porro, is a type of reflection prism used in optical instruments to alter the orientation of an image. It is often used in telescopic system, imaging system,observation system and ranging system.

  • Corner Cubes Retroreflectors

    Corner cubes reflect a beam parallel to the incident ray, regardless of the relative orientation of the beam and prism. This reduces setup time for applications in which a single-faced mirror would be an impractical reflector. Our corner cubes function at large angles of incidence, ensuring precision alignment while requiring only minimal adjustment.

  • Anamorphic Prisms

    Anamorphic Prisms is a simple and cheap prism which can be widely used in Beam adjustment. Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) can offer high quality prisms and competitive price also quick delivery.

  • C-Lens

    A C-lens has the same function as a GRIN-lens. It can be used for fiber collimators, isolators and circulators.

  • Equilateral Prisms

    Equilateral prisms are normally used optical component for dispersing the spectrum. Light incident at an oblique angle to the first face is dispersed according to its wavelength and emerges as a spectrum from the opposite face. 

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