Compare Model Drawings, CAD & Specs Type Fiber Type Fiber Connector Operating Wavelength Availability Price
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Fiber-optic Collimator Singlemode FC/APC 1000-1700 nm
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Fiber-optic Collimator Singlemode FC/PC 1000-1700 nm
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Fiber-optic Collimator Singlemode FC/APC 600-1000 nm
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Fiber-optic Collimator Singlemode FC/APC 400-600 nm
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Fiber-optic Collimator Singlemode FC/PC 400-600 nm
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$1,460
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Adjustable Collimator Single Mode FC/APC 1000-1700 nm
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$1,078
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Adjustable Collimator Single Mode FC/PC 1000-1700 nm
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$1,460
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Adjustable Collimator Single Mode FC/APC 600-1000 nm
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$1,027
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Adjustable Collimator Single Mode FC/PC 600-1000 nm
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$1,460
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Adjustable Collimator Single Mode FC/APC 350-600 nm
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$1,133
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Adjustable Collimator Single Mode FC/PC 400-600 nm
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Features

Designed for Singlemode and PM Applications

These adjustable collimators are designed specifically for single-mode and polarization maintaining (PM) fiber applications, which need to generate a clean Gaussian Beam at any distance. The clear aperture is 10 mm and the collimators are offered with FC or FC/APC receptacles to accept any single-mode or PM fiber.

Three Coating Ranges Offer User Large Spectral Range

We have designed our coatings to cover wavelengths from 400 to 1700 nm. This gives the user the option to selection the coating that works best for their application. VIS = 400 to 600 nm, NIR = 600 to 1000 nm and IR = 1000 to 1700 nm
Note: For post mounting use Model MH-2P for the F-H10 series.

Applications

These collimators are designed for long distance projection applications such as free space communications and alignment of very large objects. They are also ideal for interferometry, confocal microscopy and applications requiring low wavefront error.

Numerical Aperture Calculation

1) The numerical aperture of the fiber in use determines the output beam size. Here, an NA of 0.13 was used to measure beam size. To estimate the output beam size for fibers having a different NA, use the following:

2) Since the clear aperture of the H10 is 10mm, NA of 0.13 is the largest value that can be used for this collimator without clipping the beam.