Lenses
Interference filters
Absoption filters
Quartz Windows
Coatings
Neutral density filters
Customized optics
Holography
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Lenses and Filters

EURECA supplies optical components, i.a. for use with our CCD/CMOS sensors and cameras.

Just as in the field of image sensors, our focus here is also on larger OEM projects with high quantities of listed components. However, if individual products are used in such projects and are therefore in stock, the delivery of smaller quantities is also possible. Sample quantities (among others for the construction of prototypes) can usually be delivered. If you are interested in samples or loaner devices, please contact us. We will do our best to assist you.


Brand new: Lens Series Ā»DimensionĀ« from Carl Zeiss! Also new in the EURECA portfolio: Microscopy objectives from Carl Zeiss.

Also new in our portfolio: Lenses from Kowa.


We supply a variety of lens types, including conventional lenses (e.g., established camera lenses, prime lenses), telecentric lenses for mostly industrial use, and CCTV (Closed Circuit TeleVision) lenses. Our available manufacturers are among others:

For special needs and applications, we also offer linear lenses (gradient lens arrays) for use with CCD/CMOS linear sensors, and also special additional components.

Interference filters are available as bandpass filters with high transmission values and excellent blocking values outside the transmissions range, and fluorescence filters in various standard sizes.

Special additional components such as neutral density filters for the defined attenuation of light, inexpensive color filters made of plastic as customer specific cut, quarz glasses with special coating for UV applications and infrared filters for applications with IR illuminations complete the offer.

Exceptional specialties of EURECA Messtechnik GmbH are the optical development according to customer specifications for imaging and illumination purposes as well as the development and production of diffractive optical elements (holography).



Page updated at: 11/10/2018