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The ISO 10110- series applies to the presentation of design and functional requirements for optical elements and assemblies in technical drawings used for manufacturing and inspection. This part of ISO 10110 gives rules for the indication of the permissible deformation of a wavefront transmitted through or, in the case of reflective optics, reflected from an optical element or assembly. It may also be used for optical systems using general surfaces (ISO 10110-19). The deformation of the wavefront refers to its departure from the desired shape. The tilt of the wavefront with respect to a given reference surface is excluded from the scope of this part of ISO 10110. There is no requirement that a tolerance for wavefront deformation be indicated. If such a tolerance is specified, it does not take precedence over a surface form tolerance according to ISO 10110-5. If tolerances for both the surface form and the wavefront deformation are given, they must both be upheld. The terminology of interferometry employing the unit “fringe spacings” is widely used for the specification of tolerances. However, the usage of non-interferometric methods for testing of optical parts has recently become more important. Therefore, unlike in the earlier versions of this part of ISO 10110, nanometres shall now be the preferred and standard unit to express surface form deviations. The usage of fringe spacings is still permitted given that the base wavelength is explicitly stated.
|Nederlandse titel||Optiek en optische instrumenten - Technische tekeningen voor optische elementen en systemen - Deel 14: Tolerantie van de golffrontvervorming|
|Engelse titel||Optics and photonics - Preparation of drawings for optical elements and systems - Part 14: Wavefront deformation tolerance|