Deformable mirrors

  • 07-May-2010 01:56 EDT

Edmund Optics’ Deformable Mirrors are tools to correct optical aberrations via wavefront manipulation and control. They can be used in combination with wavefront sensors and real-time control systems in adaptive optics. One of the firm’s mirrors has 32 radially packed actuators, with more than 10 µm (typically 14 µm) of actuator maximum stroke. The mirrors are suited for tabletop applications as well as OEM integration.

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