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How do I determine divergence in single lens systems?

The divergence (a) of a beam focused using a single lens is tan(a) = d/f where f is the focal length of the lens and d is the aperture or fiber diameter.

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74-series Collimating Lenses

74-series Collimating Lenses

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84-UV-25 Collimating Lens

Large-Diameter Single Lens
COL-UV-30 Collimating Lens

COL-UV-30 Collimating Lens

Large-Diameter Single Lens
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74-ACH Lens Holder

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ACH-CUV-VAR Lens Holder

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