A achromatic len is a lens that can reduce or eliminate chromatic aberration, mainly used in optical systems that require high-quality imaging.
In microscopes, high-definition and high-resolution imaging capabilities are required. achromatic lenes can effectively reduce chromatic aberration and improve the clarity and accuracy of microscope imaging.
Telescopes and telescope lenses
In telescopes and telescope lenses, achromatic lenes can reduce chromatic aberration and maintain image clarity and accuracy.
In cameras and photography lenses, achromatic lenes can help eliminate color offset and chromatic aberration, improving the quality of imaging.
In laser ranging systems, achromatic lenes can ensure the color stability of the laser, thereby improving the accuracy of ranging.
In spectral analysis, achromatic lenes can ensure that the wavelength of the light does not shift, ensuring the accuracy and precision of spectral analysis.
Because achromatic lenes focus colors at the same point, they allow users to fully focus on the image. achromatic lenes produce clearer images than uncorrected singlet lenses, making observations and obtaining more accurate perceptions easier.
When achromatic lenes were first introduced, they brought revolutionary changes to imaging methods. Although the quality of lenses has been continuously improving, achromatic lenes remain a major application in science and non-scientific optical applications. Some advantages of achromatic len components include:
Improved image quality
Achromatic lenes eliminate color bands and greatly improve the brightness and clarity of images. This is especially true for multi-color imaging.
Efficient light transmission
Unlike singlet lenses, achromatic lenes' coaxial performance does not decrease as aperture size increases, allowing you to use the entire transparent aperture.
Although achromatic lenes can be improved with expensive lens elements, achromatic lenes can provide a lot of correction for most purposes, making them the most cost-effective way to obtain clear white light images.
To produce the desired color correction effect, achromatic len manufacturers must use two or more types of optical glass with different wave dispersion quantities. Typically, this process involves concave lens elements with high dispersion and convex lens elements with low dispersion. Two lenses are installed to tightly compensate for the deformation of one lens with the deformation of another lens. This achromatic len is called a chromatic aberration doublet lens, which is the most common achromatic len, and there are also some triple compound lenses.