The company CHIRMEDICA - LASEROVÁ OPERACE KŘEČOVÝCH ŽIL, is a Service Provider, which operates in the Lasers - medical applications. It is based in Znojmo, Czech Rep..
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Through Red Shine Hybrid, you can use 3 different wavelengths in a single device. Red Shine Hybrid with different and improved technology has managed to gather the Alexandrite wavelength of 755nm, Diode wavelength of 808nm and Nd YAG wavelength of 1064nm in one device.
Beside the safety modes that are enhanced with the developed Hybrid Technology that used for the first time ever; by help of the high melanin specificity through the Alexandrite wavelength of 755 nm, there is provided more effective destruction on hair roots.
KNIGHT OPTICAL (UK) LTD
Intense Pulsed Light Systems use not only use filters, that are used to filter out the UV wavelength range; and transmit between 400-1200nm for use within cosmetic lasers that are designed to remove unwanted hair, vascular treatment and even acne treatment. But they also use Homogenizing Rods to help evenly distribute light.
The Light source will enter a light pipe at a variety of incident angles, which is designed to utilise its total internal reflection to channel the light from the entrance of the light pipe to the exit. The material’s refractive index is the only factor which affects the light pipes critical angle; this defines the angle of acceptance which the total internal reflection will occur at.
All our Homogenizing Rods are fully inspected on their quality in our ISO 9001 certified, state-of-the-art Metrology laboratory, using our Trioptic’s PrismMaster, and Starrett AV300 Video Imaging System.. FOR MORE INFORMATION READ PDF..
Knight Optical offer a range of Stock Ball Lenses and Half Ball Lenses, for use within Fibre Lasers.
As the name suggests ball lenses are completely spherical lenses mostly made out of High Refractive Index Glass such as Sapphire, and LASFN-9 Glass. The reason ball lenses are most commonly used is for their ability to focus light when leaving a fibre optic, so that it can therefore be used for a laser application.
The key feature of ball lenses is their short back focal length allowing for precision coupling where size or space is a limiting factor in the system. Ball lenses are typically used in pairs with one lens acting as a collimator for the second to focus the light back into the coupled fibre. Where a more compact solution is required a half-ball lens is typically more suitable.
We hold a large inventory of Ball Lenses.
•Stock sizes from 0.5 5mm to 10mm diameter.
•Custom sizes available to quotation.
•Half Ball lenses also available.