An optical prism is a type of optical component that can be used to split or reflect light into its component parts.
Top Optical Prism Manufacturers & Suppliers In India
As the best optical prism manufacturing company in India, Accurate Optics offers a wide range of prisms to our clients. We have everything covered for you, either it is Hexagonal Pyramid, Rhomboid Prism, Equilateral Prism, Schmidt Pechan, Image Rotation, Penta Prism, Roof Prism, or Right Angle Prism. Our optical prisms are widely used in various industries, specially designed with high-grade materials and the latest technologies. Below we’ve mentioned a detailed look over different types of optical prisms available at accurate optics. Feel free to call us and get the right product at economical prices.
As The Best Optical Prism Manufacturing Company In India, What We Offer-
Right Angle Prism
If you’re looking for an easier mounting and aligning option, there is nothing better than opting for a right-angle prism. We are a global leader and top optical prism manufacturers & suppliers in India who can deliver you proper assistance. Specially used for beam deflection and retro deflection, right-angle prisms are best for high throughput. As the best optical prism manufacturing company in India, we manufacture the right-angle prism that is coated with anti-reflective surfaces.
One of the best optical prisms you can get at India’s best optical prism manufacturing company is pentaprism. It is widely used in custom applications as it is made with high-grade optical glass. The surfaces are made with a metallic or dielectric coating. It comes with two extra perks – the image we get is neither reverse nor inverted, and the surface is completely deflecting to deflect the rays.
Best suited for all the applications that involve wavelength separating. Whether you’re looking for uncoated prisms or you want anti-reflective prisms, we have everything covered for you. As the best optical prism manufacturers & suppliers in India, we offer other Prism at accurate optics are Hexagonal Pyramid, Rhomboid Prism, Schmidt Pechan, and Image Rotation.
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Wide variety of optical prisms available at accurate optics
Right Angle Prism
A right angle prism is a type of prism that has two triangular sides and three rectangular sides. It is used to deflect or disperse light, and can be found in many optical devices. They are used in optics, engineering, and surveying.
A roof prism is a type of optical prism that is used to redirect light. It is often used in astronomy to view objects in the sky, and it can be found in many telescopes. Roof prisms are made up of two triangular pieces of glass that are joined together at a right angle. Roof prisms are also called right-angle prisms because the angle between the two glass pieces is 90 degrees.
A penta prism is a five-sided optical prism that is used to split light into its component colors. It is made up of a triangular base, with two smaller triangles attached to each side. This optical instrument can be used to create rainbows or to separate light into its component colors for scientific analysis.
Image Rotation Prism
They are fascinating optical illusions that are created by splitting light beams into multiple colors and then rotating the colored pieces. This creates an amazing effect that can be mesmerizing to watch.
A Schmidt Pechan Prism is a type of optical prism that is used to split light into its component colors. The prism is made up of a triangular piece of glass with a refractive index that varies along its length. This causes the light passing through it to be split into colors that are then reflected off the prism’s surfaces. The resulting spectrum can be seen by looking at the back surface of the prism.
Equilateral prisms feature three equal 60° angles and are often referred to as dispersing prisms. Equilateral prisms are ideal for wavelength separating applications.
A reflecting prism that is rhomboidal in shape. It has two parallel transmitting faces and two parallel reflecting faces; the latter are oblique to the former (usually but not necessarily at 45°). This prism is capable of offsetting the optical axis without changing the aspect of the image.
A reflecting prism that has hexagonal base upon which are erected six isosceles triangular faces that meet at a point (the apex). Like any pyramid, it is self-dual. A right hexagonal pyramid with a regular hexagon base has C6v symmetry.