Zinc Sulfide Multi-Spectral Grade
Zinc sulfide is used as an infrared optical material, transmitting from visible wavelengths to just over 12 µm. Low Absorption and Low Scatter from 0.4 – 12μm
It can be used planar as an optical window or shaped into a lens.
Zinc Sulfide multispectral grade windows are manufactured from a water-clear, multi-spectral grade of zinc sulfide that has low absorption and scatters properties over its broad transmission range of 0.4 – 12μm.
Zinc Sulfide is a chemical vapor deposited material which is commonly used in thermal imaging.
This material when hot isostatically pressed (HIPed) can be converted to a water-clear form known as the multispectral grade.
With its excellent transmission properties in the visible and infrared, is the material of choice for systems that have both visible and mid-wave or long-wave infrared sensors.
- Zinc Sulfide Multi-Spectral Grade
- Clear Aperture: 90%
- Dimensional Tolerance: ±0.0/-0.1mm
- Thickness Tolerance: ±0.1mm
- Surface Quality: 60-40
- Surface Flatness: email@example.com µm
- Parallelism: <1 arc min
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ISO 9001: 2008 certified A. OPTICAL COMPONENTS L.T.D is certified with the international quality control ISO 9001: 2008 certification, since 1996 (English, Hebrew). This certification means that every stage of production is done according to stern protocols, prewritten to guarantee maximum quality.