Exotic Electro-Optics Announces MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) Measurement Capability for Wavelengths from 0.4 to 13 Microns

Announcing MTF measurement capability used to describe the optical performance of lenses and optical systems

MTF Measurement system

Exotic Electro-Optics Announces MTF Measurement Capability

July 17, 2012

MURRIETA, CA. July 17, 2012-- Exotic Electro-Optics, Inc. (EEO), a subsidiary of II-VI Incorporated (NASDAQ: IIVI) is pleased to announce the completed installation of new metrology equipment calibrated to measure multiple optical parameters including MTF (Modulation Transfer Function), Focal Length, Distortion, Ensquared Energy et.al., for wavelengths from 0.4 to 13 microns. The equipment provides reliable, industry-recognized standards for optical performance. The testing system was purchased to support the company’s growing need to validate both custom and standard lens assemblies and to offer testing services to its customers.

“We are excited about the growth of our Optical Assembly business. This new capability will help us serve both our existing and future customers. We can now make both interferometric and MTF measurements from the visible through the Long IR,” remarks, Andrew Riser, General Manager.

Founded in 1961, Exotic Electro-Optics (EEO) is an established supplier of visible through infrared optical components and subassemblies to the military and aerospace industries for electro-optical imaging systems and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) applications. Product offerings include infrared and multi-spectral windows, domes, lenses and opto-mechanical assemblies. Located in Murrieta, California, EEO maintains approximately 90,000 square feet of vertically integrated crystal growth, optical manufacturing, coating, assembly, test, and clean room facilities to support these applications.

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