Supplier: Gurley Precision Instruments
Description: Standard Mirrors and Windows for Blue Ray Laser Disc Applications, Select either UVFS or Sapphire 12.5mm and 25mm substrates
- Mirror Types: Laser Mirror
- Wavelength Range: 405 nm
- Diameter/Width: 0.4921 to 0.9843 inch
- Thickness: 0.2500 inch
Supplier: Accuratus Corporation
Description: Accuflect™ ceramic laser reflectors are high efficiency diffuse reflectors. The nearly perfectly diffuse reflection and high reflection efficiency are effectively exploited in laser systems with laser hosts having pump bands in the 500 nm to 1200 nm spectral range. Two grades
- Mirror Types: Reflector
- Wavelength Range: 500 to 1200 nm
- Mirror Materials: Other Mirror Material
- Mirror Coatings: Uncoated, Other Mirror Coating
Supplier: Cambridge Technology, Inc.
Description: The Galvo motor selection begins with the component that is closest to your application, the mirror. Considerations such as wavelength, power, beam diameter and spot size will dictate the best mirror for your application. Low inertia is essential for beam-steering mirrors to attain the highest
- Mirror Types: Flat Mirror
- Wavelength Range: 248 to 10600 nm
- Mirror Shape: Round, Rectangular / Square
- Mirror Materials: BK7 Glass, Fused Silica, Other Mirror Material
Description: Traditional high damage mirrors are limited in bandwidth. Broader reflectivity bands can be achieved by using different coating materials, but that reduces the damage threshold. Through active research in different coating methods and materials, CVI Melles Griot has designed this mirror which
Supplier: II-VI INFRARED
Description: Finished optics manufacturing requires unique techniques coupled with precision-machining and fabrication. II-VI's Saxonburg plant has provided optical fabrication capabilities to our customers since 1971. On average, our operators have 15 years of optical fabrication experience. Although we
- Mirror Types: Laser Mirror
- Diameter/Width: 1.95 inch
- Mirror Materials: Copper
- Mirror Coatings: Uncoated, Protected Gold, Silver, Other Mirror Coating
Supplier: Edmund Optics Inc.
Description: , laser applications, optical path folding, and autocollimation. All mirrors are available coated or uncoated, and the second surface is pitch polished to window quality.These optical flat mirrors are offered with two substrate options: Zerodur® and fused silica. Zerodur® is a yellow tinted
- Mirror Types: Flat Mirror
- Diameter/Width: 6 inch
- Thickness: 1 inch
- Mirror Shape: Round
Supplier: Advanced Optics, Inc.
Description: In addition to our in-stock optical mirrors and optical windows, Advanced Optics provides custom fabrication and free engineering services. Our capabilities allow us to manufacture custom sizes, shapes, drill holes, as well as provide bevels. We also offer custom optical coatings designed to match
- Incidence: 0º Incidence, 45º Incidence
- Diameter/Width: 0.1250 to 8 inch
- Thickness: 0.0394 to 1.5 inch
- Wavelength Range: 0.1880 to 3000 nm
Supplier: Tower Optical Corporation
Description: Tower Optical Corp. has expanded its line of precision optics to include standard micro prisms, coated and uncoated, for use with laser sources and imaging applications. The micro prisms are right angle, 45°-90°-45° prisms, whose sizes range from 0.5mm to 5.0mm with a format of A=B=C
- Prism Type: Right Angle
- Largest Dimension: 0.0197 to 0.1969 inch
- Prism Material: BK7 Glass
- Surface Quality: 40-20 Scratch / Dig
Optical Lenses - Plano-concave Lenses, Unmounted (Fused Silica; Also Suited As Laser Mirror Substrates)Supplier: Qioptiq
Description: surface, AOI = 0°, λ = 725 - 1050 nm). Nd:YAG fundamental (ARHS: R < 0.2 % per surface, AOI=0°, center wavelength 1064 nm) Mirror coatings: For information on laser mirror coatings, please refer to chapter "Thin Film Coatings"
- Lens Type: Spherical Lens
- Lens Application: Infrared, Visible
- Focal Length: -945 to -0.3937 inch
- Diameter / Length: 0.2362 to 1 inch
Description: Right angle prisms (RAP) are the most commonly used prisms for image rotation, redirection of light and as components for both polarizing and non-polarizing beamsplitter cubes. Because of their simple 45-45-90 design and high-quality surface polish, they can be used as high energy 90° bending
Description: IF is an uncoated window substrate, polished on two sides, with a wedge of 30±5 arc minutes. Therefore, they form the foundation for several coated products, such as, W1, W2, beamsplitters, output couplers, harmonic separators, dichroic mirrors, and partial reflectors.
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Knight Optical Ltd.
Precision Grade Windows
These precision grade BK7 or equivalent windows are used to seal optical enclosures especially suited to low power laser applications. Our stock range of ¼ wave BK7 or equivalent windows are uncoated and also AR coated both faces with extended BBAR for visible and NIR applications (450-900nm) We are also soon to introduce a range that offers increased performance in the telecom region of 1100-1700nm. Our stock BK7 or equivalent windows can also be AR coated... (read more)
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Reliable (AlGa)As DH Lasers Grown By Molecular Beam Epitaxy For Optical Communication Systems
Because the optical self -pulsation frequencies in these MBE lasers ( uncoated mirrors ) are typically > 1 GHz (measured after 100 h of accelerated aging at the elevated temperature of 70 �C).
Investigation of 0.8-&mgr;m InGaAsP-GaAs laser diodes with multiple quantum wells
Catastrophic degradation of the uncoated laser mirror does not occur at power level of 2.17 W per facet in CW-regime in which the maximum power was limited by the thermoelectric cooler capacity.
Temperature insensitivity of the Al-free InGaAsP lasers for &lgr; =808 and 980 nm
uncoated laser mirror has not occurred at power level of 5 W per two facet in the cw regime; the power was limited by thermoelectric cooler capacity.
Multielectrode quantum well lasers for digital switching
Uncoated laser mirrors are formed by cleaving, cavity length is L0 500 tm and lasing wavelength is > = 1.5 Itm.
Reliable high-power uncoated Al-free InGaAsP/GaAs lasers for cost-sensitive optical communication and processing applications
Catastrophic optical degradation has not been observed at the uncoated laser mirror up to the mwer level higher than 5 W mr two facets in the CW operationv 2 The higher output power omration corresponding to an optical power density k 10 �
GaAs:GaAlAs ridge waveguide lasers and their monolithic integration using the ion beam etching process
Thus, the nar- row etched channel which defines the uncoated laser mir- ror facet and the front-sensitive slanted surface of the pho- todiode, also electrically separated the two sections (Fig. 14).
Terahertz and Mid Infrared Radiation
Fig. 13.11 (a) The temperature dependence of the threshold current for lasers with uncoated mir- rors and with HR coating.
High performance 634 nm InGaP/InGaAlP strained quantum well lasers
High output power of 610mW and low threshold current density of 1.7kA/cm2 were obtained with 20pm wide gain-guided broad stripe lasers with uncoated mirror facets.
Neutronics Shielding Analysis of the Last Mirror-Beam Duct System for a Laser Fusion Power Reactor
Based on the Ref. 10 study of the neutron and gamma irradiation response of uncoated laser reactor mirrors , a mirror with the dimension of Fig. 2 was chosen for further analysis.
Low-Scatter, Low-Loss Mirrors for Laser Gyros
The purpose of the scatterometer is to determine the approximate morphology of the surfaces of both coated and uncoated laser gyro mirror substrates.
Optical properties of thin layers and conditions of the reactive sputtering for passivation of SQWSCH lasers
The power in pulse vs current characteristics for lasers : uncoated mirrors , LR mirror coated with A1N-3?J4n and HR mirror coated with four A1N/Si pairs, LR mirror coated withAlN-3X/4n +thin layer of GaN(3Onm) and HR mirror coated with four �
Comparison of technology for high-power laser mirrors and synchrotron radiation mirrors
There are significant differences between the threshold values for peak energy densities for uncoated metal laser mirrors also, as illustrated in Fig. 7.
Submilliamp threshold InGaAs-GaAs strained layer quantum-well laser
It also suggests that for standard ( - 250 pm) and short cavity lasers the uncoated mirror loss be dominant over the internal loss.
Characteristics of InGaN-AlGaN multiple-quantum-well laser diodes
Measured I�V and L�I output power for a 10 2800 m2 laser diode ( uncoated mirrors ).
Interplay of stimulated emission and Auger?like effect in violet and blue InGaN laser diodes
The threshold current density for the violet laser with uncoated mirrors is about 5.5 kA/cm2 and around 6.5 .