New Colored Filter Glass Catalog Featuring Enhanced Spectral Data and Upgraded Properties

We recently launched a digital catalog which features our extensive product line of colored filter and night vision imaging system (NVIS) glass formulations engineered to transmit and absorb light in the ultraviolet (UV), visible, and infrared (IR) regions of the electromagnetic wavelength spectrum. Our digital colored filter glass catalog allows users to easily navigate our broad…

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New NVIS & IR Transmitting Filter Glass Digital Catalog & Data Specification Tool

When utilizing night vision imaging systems (NVIS) it is imperative that all lighting within the field of view be compatible. We provide filter glass solutions designed to ensure compatible lighting across a broad range of applications, including: Crew station illumination Exterior aircraft lighting Handheld or portable lighting Vehicular and convey lighting Airfield, heliport and other…

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New CNC Lathe Installed at Kopp Glass

We recently installed a state-of-the-art Romi Machine Tools C 620 CNC Lathe in our mold shop. This installation is a continuation of a major capital improvement program that began over a year ago. The new lathe enables automated, precision machining of the mold parts and proprietary tools required for the production of technical glass products. The…

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2 New NVIS Green A Intruder Filter Options

We’re excited to announce the development of two new glass formulations that meet aerospace industry specifications for night vision imaging systems (NVIS). KO521 – Green A Intruder LED-compatible Glass Filter: Low Weight, High Transmission The new K0521 NVIS filter maintains a similar chromaticity to its incandescent filter counterpart when using specific white LEDs. Resulting filtered…

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Kopp Glass Announces EAR99 Classification for NVIS Compatible Filter Blanks

We’re pleased to announce that our standard night vision imaging system (NVIS) filter blanks are no longer subject to the licensing jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of State. They are now controlled by the Department of Commerce (DOC) by the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). The U.S. Department of State determined that the filter blanks should…

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