Reynard Corporation announces the Bullseye® inverted apodizing neutral density filter. This filter is part of the Bullseye® apodizer line of customizable gradient filters. These filters eliminate undesirable intensity variations in optical systems. The density of the filter increases radially from a clear center, where light is usually at its peak intensity, to the outside edge, where it can become completely opaque.
Reynard Corporation has successfully completed a Phase II SBIR development program for the Navy by delivering a specialized, multi-functional optical filter.
Thin film-based environmental gauges are manufactured by depositing environmentally susceptible coating materials onto an inert substrate. Coating materials are typically deposited in a custom defined quasi-grid pattern of lines. Redundant traces, matched in length and size, can be implemented to monitor environmental changes over a small region, such as for rising gas or fluid conditions, or to provide damage protection when used in abrasive conditions.
Reynard Corporation, a leading global supplier of optical components and custom thin film coatings announces the addition of polished and coated indium arsenide (InAs) to its list of manufacturing capabilities. InAs combines the refractive index profile of silicon with a short-wavelength blocking range broader than germanium. Reynard Corporation routinely manufactures InAs windows with surface qualities approaching 10-5 per MIL-PRF-13830. Substrates can be coated and verified to meet any customer spectral requirement from room temperature to 80K. Coatings are routinely verified to pass the adhesion, humidity, and moderate abrasion requirements of MIL-C-48497A.