Optical Rails

(13 companies)
Optical rails mount to optical tables to support components and instruments in a straight line, while retaining the freedom to quickly change their relative spacing.

Optical Apertures

(29 companies)
Optical apertures and optical slits control the diameter of beams from light sources.

Optical Flats

(67 companies)
Optical flats or test plates are polished surfaces that are used as references against the flatness of unknown surfaces for comparison. They use the property of interference to measure the flatness of a test surface.

Optical Interleavers

(5 companies)
Optical interleavers are 3-port passive fiber optic devices that are used to combine two sets of dense wavelength division mulitplexing (DWDM) channels into a composite signal.
Time of flight optical sensors determine displacement and distance by measuring the time it takes light to travel from the instrument to a target and back.

Optical Feedthroughs

(26 companies)
Optical feedthroughs are used to transfer light into a sealed environment.

Optical Isolators

(76 companies)
Optical isolators are optical devices that allow light to be transmitted in only one direction. They are most often used to prevent any light from reflecting back down the fiber, as this light would enter the source and cause feedback problems.

RF Generators

(91 companies)
RF generators and high frequency power supplies provide the power required for plasma generation, induction heating, and radar or communications applications.

Optical Polarizers

(161 companies)
Optical polarizers are optical devices that can transform unpolarized or natural light into polarized light, usually by the selective transmission of polarized rays.
Generator heads and alternators turn rotational mechanical energy into electrical power through electromagnetic induction.
Optical fiber identifiers are designed to non-invasively identify continuous-wave signals in fiber optic cables. They are low cost, hand-held tools that identify signals in single-mode fiber without interrupting service or damaging the fiber.

Optical Windows

(276 companies)
Optical windows are used to isolate different physical environments while allowing light to pass relatively unimpeded.

Optical Prisms

(262 companies)
Optical prisms are blocks of optical material with flat, polished sides that are arranged at precisely controlled angles to one another. They are used in optical systems to deflect or redirect beams of light. They can invert or rotate images, disperse light into component wavelengths, and separate states of polarization.

Optical Lenses

(453 companies)
Optical lenses are transparent components made from optical-quality materials and curved to converge or diverge transmitted rays from an object. These rays then form a real or virtual image of the object. This area includes micro lenses.
Optical and light microscopes use the visible or near-visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to magnify images of objects.