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HIGH-NA IMAGING CELLS

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High-NA Imaging Cells

ColdQuanta’s high-quality glass cells offer a new level of optical access to in-vacuum experiments. Assembled with an optical contacting process, the cells provide high-quality AR coatings while maintaining very high optical flatness in the cell walls, enabling minimal optical distortion through the cell. The cell is designed to ensure excellent parallelism between the two large faces, making it possible to image or project light through two faces of the cell with low astigmatism at numerical apertures of up to 0.7. The cells are connected to the flange through an anodic bond to a silicon transfer, and have no epoxy or frits, giving them excellent UHV properties.

PRODUCT DETAILS

PRODUCT FEATURES

FLANGE OPTIONS

  • Optically matched to readily available microscope objectives at 0.3, 0.5, and 0.7NA

  • Face parallelism <1 arcminute

  • Anti-reflection coated on inside and outside surfaces of all cell walls (uncoated available)

  • Bakeable to high temperatures

  • BEC Vacuum Cell

  • Optical Tweezers Cell

  • DN16 CF Flange

  • DN40 CF Flange with a wide neck glass-to-metal

PRICING DETAILS

  • Shipping, taxes, and duties not included in estimated price

  • For international buyers, an additional distributor's cost may apply

COATING OPTIONS

  • ​Broadband from 460 nm to 1070 nm

  • Targeted AR coating for Cs, K, and Rb

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