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Company Overview of LightWorks Optical Systems Inc.
LightWorks Optical Systems Inc. designs, manufactures, assembles, and tests high precision optical systems, assemblies, and components to meet the needs of customers in the biomedical, medical device, aerospace, defense, and commercial industries. It offers missile and reconnaissance and surveillance domes; critical infrared, multi-spectral, and visible windows and optical components for the aerospace and defense industry; EMI-shielded windows that provide protection against disruptive/damaging RF energy to assist in meeting MIL-STD-461 radiated emissions and susceptibility requirements; and large format sapphire windows. The company also provides visible and IR optical components; aspheric ...
36570 Briggs Road
Murrieta, CA 92563-2347
Founded in 1961
Key Executives for LightWorks Optical Systems Inc.
Chief Executive Officer of II-VI Incorporated and President of II-VI Incorporated
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
LightWorks Optical Systems Inc. Key Developments
LightWorks Optical Systems, Inc. Receives Contract from Lockheed Martin for F-15 Infrared Focus Assembly Production
Oct 9 13
LightWorks Optical Systems Inc. has been awarded a second contract from Lockheed Martin for the production of specialized Infrared Focus Assemblies integral to the Infrared Search and Track (IRST(TM)) sensor system for the F-15. The contract includes an option to add up to 80 more optical assemblies through 2013. This second infrared Focus Assembly award represents more than $15 million, and together with a series of other related contract awards, totals over $42 million in booked commitments associated with a US Foreign Military Sales Contract. LightWorks Optical Systems has a long history with Lockheed Martin as a preferred supplier of advanced optical systems and assemblies, and has been building optics for the F-15 IRST Infrared Focus Assembly (IFA) and external window, or Dome assembly, since 2002. Lockheed Martin's IRST system is used on military aircraft to detect and track enemy objects which emit infrared radiation, such as jet aircraft and helicopters, without exposing themselves to detection. IRST can also be used as an alternative to radar-based search and track functions, when external radar is being used to vector them onto a target. Deliveries of the IRST optical assemblies associated with this contract began in late 2012 and are expected to extend into early 2017. IRST is a trademark of Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Lightworks Optical Systems, Inc. Introduces Owl-IR Product Line
Aug 14 13
LightWorks Optical Systems Inc. announced the introduction of the Owl-IR product line. The new offering of long wave infrared (LWIR) F1.0 fixed focus objective (FFO) lenses are specially designed to meet the growing needs of commercial customers that employ a variety of infrared technologies. LightWorks Optical Systems introduces the Owl-IR LWIR F1.0 Fixed Focus Objective Lens product line; the company's first commercial offering developed to meet the needs of customers that employ a variety of infrared technologies. The Owl-IR LWIR F1.0 FFO lenses are camera compatible and designed with low F-number and excellent color correction. This technology allows more light to reach the image sensor. The lenses also include special internal features that significantly reduce stray light. In addition, the rugged hard carbon coating on the exterior lens surface provides excellent durability. Owl-IR products can be purchased in standard focal lengths of 18mm, 25mm, 50mm, 75mm, and 100mm.
Exotic Electro-Optics, Inc. Signs Multi-Year Agreements for Sapphire Windows on the F-35 Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS) and Sniper(R) Advanced Targeting Pod (ATP) Shroud Assemblies
Feb 19 13
II-VI Incorporated announced an agreement between its subsidiary Exotic Electro-Optics and Lockheed Martin for two multi-year purchasing agreements. Financial terms of the agreements were not disclosed. The first is for Lockheed Martin's F-35 Electro-Optical Targeting Sensor (EOTS) and the second is for Lockheed Martin's Sniper Advanced Targeting Pod (ATP). Purchase orders from this agreement will be reflected as bookings based on the II-VI bookings policy of reporting customer orders received that are expected to be converted into revenues during the next 12 months.
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