Faceplates

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

INCOM offers the largest variety of material types and sizes for any imaging requirement. For material data details, click here.




Our Faceplates are used in the Scientific, Homeland Security and Dental Industries