A fiber optic faceplate is the optical equivalent of a zero-thickness window providing a high dielectric strength vacuum interface that can also be used for field-flattening, distortion correction, and contrast enhancement. Faceplates are available in round, square, concave, or convex surfaces. They are used for cathode ray tubes, image intensifiers, CCD/CMOS windows, image plane transfer devices, and X-ray blocking applications, among others.
Fiber Optic Faceplate Material Data
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