1-1 UV Converter with Beam Splitter

1:1 UV Image Converter

Converts UV Laser Wavelengths to Visible
Description: 

The 1:1 UV image converter is a screw on telescope that convert 1:1 UV image to visible and images the beam onto the CCD without changing the size, fits 4.5mm recess and CS cameras.

Specification

  • 193 - 360nm
  • C-mount
  • 100W/cm2 or 2J/cm2 with beam splitter
  • Ø18mm
  • 1:1 imaging ±2% with included correction factor
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The 1:1 UV Image Converter is available with the following option.
  • 1X UV image converter

    SPZ17023

    Screw on imaging telescope that converts UV image to visible and images same size on CCD. For beam intensities from 50µJ/ cm2 to 15mJ/cm2. Fits 4.5mm recess and CS mount cameras

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Imaging UV light with CCD Cameras

Is it possible to image a UV laser with a Silicon Sensor CCD camera offered by Ophir-Spiricon? The answer is yes, but the direct UV light ablates Silicon CCD chips over time. The ablation is cumulative and depends on the intensity, the wavelength, and the duration of the light on the sensor. The best choice for imaging UV light without damage is to avoid directly imaging the beam on the CCD sensor by using an UV image converter... Read more...

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