Optoelectronics

Specialist optics for nuclear systems integrators

20th April 2022
Beatrice O'Flaherty

Drawing upon over 25-year experience of the nuclear industry – Resolve Optics can quickly adapt existing designs to produce optimised non-browning fixed focus and zoom lenses for Nuclear Systems Integrators supplying monitoring systems to operate in medium and high radiation environments.

Suppliers of tube or shielded CMOS cameras, for use in the nuclear industry, require lenses and optical systems that can withstand exposure to high levels of radiation and sometimes endure extreme temperatures.

Resolve Optics has built a strong international reputation for design and manufacture of smaller production quantities of radiation resistant lenses and optical products on time to strict quality and target price guidelines.

All optical elements used in Resolve Optics radiation resistant lens designs are made using cerium oxide doped glass or synthetic silica enabling them to withstand radiation doses of up to 100,000,000 rad and temperatures up to 55°C without discoloration or degradation of performance. These radiation resistant lenses provide high image resolution and minimum geometric distortion from 400 to 750nm.

Today Resolve Optics non-browning lens expertise is helping nuclear systems integrators operating in a growing number of different and interesting applications subject to radiation including suppling the lenses for use in a high-radiation-resistant pan-tilt-zoom tube camera deployed in Chernobyl, Ukraine.

Resolve Optics offers an extensive range of non-browning (radiation resistant) fixed format and zoom lenses for use in environments subject to radiation. All these lenses are manufactured to the highest standards of quality and performance.

In keeping with Resolve Optics tradition of designing unique lenses the company is also able to provide custom non-browning lenses to meet your exact specification.

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