Fast Axis Collimators are compact, high performance aspheric cylindrical lenses designed for beam shaping or laser diode collimation applications. The aspheric cylindrical designs and high numerical apertures allow for uniform collimation of the entire output of a laser diode while maintaining high beam quality. Fast Axis Collimators feature greater than 99% transmission across the designated spectral range, and are available in a variety of focal lengths. The Fast-Axis Collimator lens is the first and most important optical component in the development and production of diode laser systems.
Fast Axis Collimator Lenses (FACs) have many different product specifications, which can be selected from various angles such as numerical aperture, wavelength range, size, and permeability. From the perspective of numerical aperture, the main type in the market is NA=0.8, which accounted for 57.66% of the total market size in 2020.
Fast Axis Collimator Lenses (FACs) have high R&D costs and complex production processes. Therefore, the number of manufacturers that can be produced in the market is very limited, which leads to a very high market concentration. The main players in the market are LIMO (Focuslight), FISBA, Ingenric and Hamamatsu, which together accounted for 94.13% of the total global market in 2020. In the future, with the improvement of market demand and the continuous development and progress of technology, new companies will continue to enter the market, so the market concentration will gradually become more dispersed.
The Covid-19 outbreak in 2020 has also had a significant impact on Fast Axis Collimator Lenses (FACs). The quarantine measures during the epidemic have had a greater impact on the market supply chain, and market demand has declined to a certain extent. However, many countries have adopted timely prevention and control measures and popular vaccination, so the economy has recovered. Although the epidemic situation in many countries around the world has rebounded in 2021, the epidemic situation in most countries is under control. Therefore, the market is expected to rise in 2021 and return to normal growth in 2022.
The global Fast Axis Collimator Lenses (FACs) size is estimated to be USD 161.85 million in 2021 from USD 158.97 million in 2020, with a change of 1.81% between 2020 and 2021. The global Fast Axis Collimator Lenses (FACs) market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.03% for the next five years.
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