Cement Nonpolarizing Cube Beamsplitters Datasheets

Broadband Non-polarizing Beamsplitter Cubes
from Artifex Engineering

These beamsplitters have moderate absorption but minimal polarization sensitivity. The broad spectral flatness makes them ideal for use with multiple lasers or tunable lasers. Hybrid beamsplitters are less sensitive to changes in angle of incidence. Due to the metallic nature of the hybrid coating,... [See More]

  • Beamsplitter Construction: Cement
  • Wavelength Range: 450 to 1600
  • Side Length: 12.7 to 25.4
  • Temperature Range: -30 to 70
Laser Line Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters -- NCBS Series
from CVI Laser Optics

•. Easy to handle. •. 3-axis control prism mount available. •. Designed for low power applications [See More]

  • Beamsplitter Construction: Cement
  • Wavelength Range: 488 to 1064
  • Side Length: 12.7
  • Beamsplitter Features: Anti-Reflection Coating
10mm 30R/70T Standard Cube Beamsplitter -- NT68-547
from Edmund Optics Inc.

Multi-Layer Dielectric Coating. Many Beamsplitting Ratios Available. Multiple Sizes Available. Constructed by cementing two right angle prisms together, TECHSPEC ® Standard Cube Beamsplitters offer a range of reflection/transmission ratios. An interference coating has been applied to the... [See More]

  • Beamsplitter Construction: Cement
  • Transmission: 70
  • Side Length: 10
  • Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
Broadband Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters
from Newport Corporation

Our broadband non-polarizing hybrid cube beamsplitters are ideal for use with multiple lasers or tunable sources. Incoming beams are both transmitted and reflected 45%, with the s- and p-polarized components matched to within 10%. Even power split ratio insensitive to polarization. Broadband and... [See More]

  • Beamsplitter Construction: Cement
  • Wavelength Range: 400 to 1600
  • Side Length: 6.35 to 50.8
  • Beamsplitter Features: Anti-Reflection Coating
Cube Beamsplitter -- B-CHC003
from Ross Optical Industries

Cube beamsplitters are made by cementing two right angle prisms together on the hypotenuses. They have several advantages over plate beamsplitters; e.g., they are easier to mount and result in less ghosting. [See More]

  • Beamsplitter Construction: Cement
  • Transmission: 50
  • Side Length: 5
  • Wavelength Range: 550