Achromatic risley prism pairs are 2 or 3 optical wedges cemented together. What they are used in is panning applications or beam steering so when you rotate them in relation to each changes the angle of the image. This means in practice a camera could look around a room just by rotating the prism. The key correction needed is chromatic abberation so optical glass choice is particularly important. If you have an angle you need the beam to be steered by we can design and manufacture these to suit.
Kingsview Optical manufactures custom achromatic risley prisms when normal risley prisms won’t do. From prototype batches to full production Kingsview has facility to offer both. Our specialty is offering rapid turnaround on prisms. We can also offer a number of coating options depending on your requirement.