The change in the thickness of the lens prism will lead to light migration after refraction
The prism can be used to turn light at a particular angle. The prism can not only offset the light, but also can be used to adjust the direction of the image. The design of the prism will be used to determine the interaction between the prism and the light. When the light comes to the prism, the light will first reflect on a single or multiple surfaces, and then it will be emitted, or the light will be refracted when it passes through the substrate. For example, when the light is incident to a right angle prism, the light is reflected on a surface of a right angle prism, and then turning at 90 degrees. However, when the light incident to the wedge prism, the change in the thickness of the substrate will cause the light to shift after refraction.
Optics provides a variety of prism for design, substrate, or coating. Prism design including rectangular, roof, five horns, Schmidt amici, wedge, deformation, equilateral, dove, or rhombic prism. In addition, we also provide the pyramid prism back ejector, or homogenized columnar uniform tube. The optional antireflection films include MgF2, UV-VIS, UV-AR, VIS 0 degrees, VIS-NIR or multiple laser lines.