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IRC41-15x15
Filter, Sunex, In-camera window, band pass, reflective, Infrared, IR cut-off filter
 
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IRC40-15x15
Filter, Sunex, In-camera window, band pass, reflective, Infrared, IR cut-off Day/Night filter with near-IR bandpass
 
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IRC40-10R
Filter, Sunex, In-camera window, band pass, reflective, Infrared, IR cut-off Day/Night filter with near-IR bandpass
 
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PR032-30.5
Filter, MidOpt, Mounted filter, polarisation, reflective, shorter bound: 400 nm, longer bound: 700 nm, Linear Polarizer, Contrast Ratio: 800:1
 
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EFFO-Semidif_60
Window, EFFILUX, Semi-diffuse window for EFFI-Flex, 60 LEDs
 
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EFFO-Transp_25
Window, EFFILUX, Transparent window for Effi-Flex, 25 LEDs
 
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EFFO-Transp_30
Window, EFFILUX, Transparent window for Effi-Flex, 30 LEDs
 
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EFFO-Transp_15
Window, EFFILUX, Transparent window for Effi-Flex, 15 LEDs
 
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EFFO-Transp_10
Window, EFFILUX, Transparent window for Effi-Flex, 10 LEDs
 
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EFFO-Transp_5
Window, EFFILUX, Transparent window for Effi-Flex, 5 LEDs
 
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EFFO-Semidif_30
Window, EFFILUX, Semi-diffuse window for EFFI-Flex, 30 LEDs
 
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EFFO-Semidif_25
Window, EFFILUX, Semi-diffuse window for EFFI-Flex, 25 LEDs
 
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If your vision system requires a filter to get the image you require, FRAMOS has you covered.

Optical filters allow you to select specific wavelengths in an optical system, by passing, absorbing or reflecting light of certain wavelengths resulting in high contrast images with more information and reducing image processing times. With absorption filters or dichroic filters, you can process images faster with the increased contrast, while reflective filters prevent certain colors from hitting the sensor.  We carry many different types of filters to help improve the image quality of your vision system..

Our specialized filter types from Sunex, MidOpt and Ricoh, include:

  • Absorption filters
  • Dichroic filters
  • Reflective filters
  • IR Cut Filters
  • Short Pass Filters
  • Long Pass Filters
  • Color Filters

 

Need help selecting the proper filter for your application?

Our imaging experts are happy to provide you with the right advice. Our team will consider several factors to determine the optimal filter for your imaging system, including bandwidth, transmission, blocking and optical density.

If your vision system requires a filter to get the image you require, FRAMOS has you covered. Optical filters allow you to select specific wavelengths in an optical system, by passing, absorbing... read more »
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If your vision system requires a filter to get the image you require, FRAMOS has you covered.

Optical filters allow you to select specific wavelengths in an optical system, by passing, absorbing or reflecting light of certain wavelengths resulting in high contrast images with more information and reducing image processing times. With absorption filters or dichroic filters, you can process images faster with the increased contrast, while reflective filters prevent certain colors from hitting the sensor.  We carry many different types of filters to help improve the image quality of your vision system..

Our specialized filter types from Sunex, MidOpt and Ricoh, include:

  • Absorption filters
  • Dichroic filters
  • Reflective filters
  • IR Cut Filters
  • Short Pass Filters
  • Long Pass Filters
  • Color Filters

 

Need help selecting the proper filter for your application?

Our imaging experts are happy to provide you with the right advice. Our team will consider several factors to determine the optimal filter for your imaging system, including bandwidth, transmission, blocking and optical density.

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