Surface Flatness:Other Optical Prisms Datasheets

Corner Cube Retroreflectors
from Zygo Corporation

A corner cube retroreflector, also known as a CCR or trihedral prism, is an optical structure that consists of three adjacent, mutually-orthogonal plane-reflecting surfaces which form the corner of a cube. The corner cube reflects an incident ray at a specific angle, independent of the prism and... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Corner Cube Retroreflector
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass; UV Grade Fused Silica; BK7, Fused Silica, Germanium, Silicon and more
  • Largest Dimension: 10 to 100
  • Coating Options: Antireflection Coating (optional feature)
Equilateral Prism -- P-EDC002
from Ross Optical Industries

These prisms have three equal 60 ° angles and are used as dispersing prisms. [See More]

  • Prism Type: Equilateral
  • Prism Material: Crown Glass
  • Largest Dimension: 25
  • Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
Prisms -- Optical Components

Prisms are transparent optical elements with flat polished surfaces that refract, reflect or disperse light. They can be positioned rather easily inside an optical system and offer excellent thermal stability. Total internal reflection is possible to avoid light loss in the optical path. Materials:... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Corner Cube Retroreflector; Penta; Rhomboid; Right Angle; Roof; Cube Beamsplitter, Porro Prisms, TIR Prisms
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass; UV Grade Fused Silica
  • Largest Dimension: 10 to 200
  • Coating Options: Antireflection Coating