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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
PS970M-A   Thorlabs, Inc. Optical Prisms into an optical setup. In addition, the housing helps to keep the optic free from finger prints and reduces the risk of damage to the prism's surfaces. Finally, the part is easily identified by the engraved part number and small schematic of its function. Via three total internal reflections (TIR), an image...
PS970-C   Thorlabs, Inc. Optical Prisms uncoated or with one of three antireflection coatings [350-700 nm (-A Coating), 650-1050 nm (-B Coating), or 1050-1620 nm (-C Coating)]. Coating curve information is shown below. Via three total internal reflections (TIR), an image or beam is reflected back towards its original direction. The beam...
PS973-C   Thorlabs, Inc. Optical Prisms uncoated or with one of three antireflection coatings [350-700 nm (-A Coating), 650-1050 nm (-B Coating), or 1050-1620 nm (-C Coating)]. Coating curve information is shown below. Via three total internal reflections (TIR), an image or beam is reflected back towards its original direction. The beam...
PS973M-A   Thorlabs, Inc. Optical Prisms into an optical setup. In addition, the housing helps to keep the optic free from finger prints and reduces the risk of damage to the prism's surfaces. Finally, the part is easily identified by the engraved part number and small schematic of its function. Via three total internal reflections (TIR), an image...

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...be especially tricky because of multiple reflections and total internal. reflection (TIR). TIR can make a back surface reflection appear uncolored even if it is coated. Also, TIR reflections are so bright that they tend to mask other surface reflections. Try to find an. orientation in which...

When light encounters the surface from the high index. side, 100% reflection for P and S is attained at the critical angle and above. This phenomenon is. known as total internal reflection (TIR). While pure P or S polarization will remain P or S upon reflection or transmission, any other. incident...

...source such as a Cold Cathode Fluorescent (CCFL) or. Light Emitting Diodes (LED) and a rectangular light guide, which is also referred to as light. pipe. The light is usually located at one edge of the light guide to minimize the thickness of the. display. Edge lightning typically uses total internal...

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