Find Spherical Lenses at Brighten Optics

Plano-Convex Lenses

Plano-Concave Lenses

Bi-Convex Lenses

Bi-Concave Lenses

Meniscus Lenses

Achromatic Doublet Lenses

Micro Lenses


Brighten Optics supplies spherical and other types of lenses in a wide variety of options. Please call our team to request a quote or to discuss purchasing the lenses products you see here.


Our spherical lenses are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, focal lengths and materials. This list of spherical lenses here has standard specifications. OEM lenses are also available.

plano-convex lenses

Plano-Convex Lenses

Plano-convex lenses help focus parallel rays of light to a single point. These types of lenses focus, collect, and collimate light for many projects. The plano-convex lens is the most economical choice for the most demanding applications.

plano-concave lenses

Plano-Concave Lenses

Plano-concave lenses can reduce spherical aberration, coma, and distortion. Furthermore, the spherical aberration is negative and can balance aberrations created by other lenses.

bi-convex lenses

Bi-Convex Lenses

Use the bi-convex when the object and image are at equal or near equal distance from your lens. The spherical aberration is minimized, cancelling out coma, distortion, and chromatic aberrations. Bi-convex function similar to plano-convex lenses offers a positive focal length.

bi-concave lenses

Bi-Concave Lenses

Use bi-concave lenses to expand light or increase focal length in an existing system. This type of lens works great with beam expanders and projection systems. The bi-concave lens has equal radius of curvature on both sides of the lens.

meniscus lenses

Meniscus Lenses

Meniscus lenses come in both positive and negative styles. Positive meniscus lenses minimize spherical aberration while negative meniscus lenses offer an increase in the divergence of the beam, making it a great complement to beam expanding applications.

achromatic doublet lenses

Achromatic Doublet Lenses

Computer-designed to minimize spherical aberration and coma, achromatic doublet lenses offers a constant focal length independent of aperture and far better off-axis performance. This type of lens works better than the singlet lenses for monochromatic applications at visible wavelengths.

micro lenses

Micro Lenses

For delicate and high efficiency, micro lenses are a well suited for such applications. These lenses can regulate various modern light emitters from line-narrowed excimer lasers to high-power LEDs.

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