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Part Number: DLP9000
Would you have recommandation for the supply of a TIR prism adapted to the DLP9000 in order to be included into an custom optical design ?
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In reply to Bhatta:
We have discussed your question. Though we do not have a standard design , the best we would have is a .7 TIR prism that you can scale up. Since you likely will have different F#, it is best that you do a zemax model, followed up by a Fred or non-sequential model to look for scatter light sources that can kill contrast.
Tunnel plus relay illumination through the TIR must be properly matched, pupil between illumination and projection must be matched. You need to understand that no optical element, prism included is plug and play.
Please let me know if you need anything else
Thank you for your reply. I am working on an optical design to use the DLP9000 at the moment. However I have the impression to reinvent the wheel on the illumination collection, on the homogeneization and addressing for your component DLP9000. Since the possibilities are pretty narrow., I wonder why you don't have partners able to propose of the shelf components to make your component easier to use.
Thank you and have a nice day,
In reply to Pascale Parrein:
You can refer to the DLP® Products optical module search tool
Link is on the Design and Development tab of the DLP9000 page.
Select the Light Control tab and sort DMD Part Number DLP9000
You can see options from DLI, In-Vision and Keynote
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