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collimate

Etymology: L, collineare, to align
to make parallel.

col·li·mate

(kol'i-māt)
To make parallel.
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Long Wave InfraRed (LWIR) collimating optics: New long wavelength collimating lenses designed to collimate quantum cascade lasers
This makes them well-suited for collimating light beams emitted by solid-state lasers based on gallium arsenide, a related material remarkable for its ability to transform electronic excitations into laser beams and vice versa.
Both products are based on our patented collimating skylight technology that redirects the solar rays to the working area beneath the skylight, and thereby provides significant improvements over conventional skylights in both the quantity and quality of the light delivered to the working space.
Dual source must enable switching wavelengths and must be equipped with adequate monochromatizacnE[degrees] a collimating / focusing X-ray optics.
Entech Solar is a developer of collimating tubular skylights and concentrating solar modules.
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Mark's inventions, particularly the invention of the collimating skylight, have laid the foundation for the company's prospects going forward.
Patents for inventions ranging from Fresnel lens solar concentrators to collimating tubular skylights.
LightPath Technologies introduces Molded Aspheric Collimating Lens for MWIR laser diodes.
Its collimating lens provides a comfortable viewing distance even at very close range.
LightPath Technologies has started to incorporate BD-2 into its Infrared aspheric lens catalog with the introduction of the 390037 LWIR collimating lens.
Molded glass aspheres are often used in applications such as laser diode collimating and focusing, fiber coupling, barcode scanning, LCD and LCOS digital projection, optical data storage, microscopic measurement, and distance remote sensing.