Sichuan Yasi Optics Co.,Ltd.
Sichuan Yasi Optics Co.,Ltd.

Yasi Optics specializes in the production of prisms, lenses and other infrared optics made of various infrared materials.

Lenses, various laser mirrors, focusing lenses, field lenses, beam expanders and other laser lenses, various optical glass materials.

Prisms and lenses, the large-size tank periscope prisms produced by the company can be selected by customers from cutting, polishing, coating to assembly.

Types of Yasi Optical Components

Infrared Optical Elements

Infrared (IR) optical elements are specialized components designed for use in the infrared spectrum, which ranges from approximately 700 nanometers (nm) to 1 millimeter (mm) in wavelength.
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Laser Lens

A laser lens is a specialized optical component designed to focus, collimate, or shape the beam of a laser. The precise manipulation of laser light is crucial in various applications, including cutting, engraving, medical surgery, scientific research, and telecommunications.
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Advantages of Yasi as an Optical Components Company

From Lenses To Prisms, Mirrors To Filters

Our comprehensive selection of optical components ensures solutions for diverse industry needs and applications.

With a Steadfast Commitment To Excellence

Our products epitomize unparalleled quality, precision, and reliability, setting industry standards with unwavering superiority and performance.

Steeped in Expertise

We're the pinnacle in optical components, offering cutting-edge solutions, innovative designs, and precision engineering that redefine industry benchmarks and possibilities.

Empowering Innovation

Our tailored solutions cater to diverse optical component needs, ensuring customized designs, specifications, and superior performance for every unique requirement.

What is the Manufacturing Process for Optical Components?

  • Material Selection: Specific materials, like glass, crystals, or specialized polymers, are chosen based on the component's intended function and optical characteristics.

  • Polishing and Grinding: Precision grinding and polishing techniques are used to achieve the desired surface quality, shape, and accuracy of the optical element.

  • Coating: Optical coatings are applied to alter surface properties, enhance performance, or reduce reflection. Coating methods include vapor deposition or sputtering.

  • Quality Control: Throughout each stage, rigorous quality checks using advanced metrology tools ensure components meet exacting specifications.


Optical Component Measurement

Optical component measurement involves the evaluation of various parameters and characteristics of optical components to ensure they meet specific standards and requirements. These components, which include lenses, mirrors, filters, prisms, and fiber optics, are critical in numerous applications ranging from simple optical devices to complex systems like cameras, telescopes, microscopes, and advanced photonics equipment.


Measurement Techniques of Optic Component

  1. Interferometry: A highly precise method for measuring surface figure and flatness. It uses the principle of interference of light waves to detect deviations from the desired surface shape.

  2. Spectrophotometry: Used for measuring transmittance and reflectance across different wavelengths of light. It helps in characterizing how optical components interact with light across the visible, ultraviolet, and infrared spectra.

  3. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM): Offers high-resolution imaging of surfaces at the nanometer scale, useful for assessing surface roughness and defects on optical components.

  4. Ellipsometry: A technique for investigating the optical properties of thin films, including coatings on optical components. It measures the change in polarization as light reflects off a surface.

  5. Goniometry: Used for measuring angles with high precision, which is essential for components like prisms and for assessing the angular distribution of light from reflective and scattering surfaces.

  6. Profiling Instruments: Instruments like optical profilometers and coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) are used for detailed dimensional measurements and surface profiling.