Solar concentrator linear Fresnel lens

About solar concentrator linear Fresnel lenses

Solar concentrator linear Fresnel lenses were developed to collect parallel light to a slit form. Solar concentrator linear Fresnel lenses are designed so that the plano side faces the sun (parallel light source), and the Fresnel surface faces photovoltaic cells or a heat collector tube (focus) as shown in the diagram below.

Our standard Fresnel lenses can also be used for the same purposes, but with the opposite facing design. Namely, its plano side faces the focus and the Fresnel surface faces the parallel light source.

NTKJ manufactures and sells not only off-the-shelf solar concentrator linear Fresnel lenses, but also manufactures custom-made Linear Fresnel lens products according to our customers’ size and design requirements. Please contact us for more details.

Solar concentrator linear Fresnel lens products

  • NTKJ reserves the right to change the specification of the products described herein at any time without prior notice.
  • Products marked with a “strike-through” are discontinued. However, we are happy to sell these products on an “as-is” basis to those who would like to purchase for testing purposes. Please ask us for details.
  • NTKJ accepts orders for custom lenses made to the customer’s exact specifications. Please contact us for further information.

Maximum machining dimensions: 2000x2000mm

f=focal length P=pitch

Product No. f
(mm)
P
(mm)
Material/Thickness
(mm)
Size (WxL)
(mm)
LF150-B 150 0.3 PMMA 2t 150×500
LF200-Bnew 200 0.3 PMMA 2t 200×500
LF500-Bnew 500 0.3 PMMA 3t 500×500

Solar concentrator linear Fresnel lens (half type)

LFxxx-BH is a fractionized linear Fresnel lens. For example, LF1000-BH has a focal length of 1000 mm. The size of one segment is 500 x 500 mm, and has a thickness of 3 mm. when two pieces are connected, they will form one 1000W x 500L linear Fresnel lens.
Product No. f
(mm)
P
(mm)
Material/Thickness
(mm)
Size (WxL)
(mm)
LF1000-BH 1000 0.3 PMMA 3t 500×500
Our products’ groove direction (running parallel to length and perpendicular to width)