λ/2 Flat Mirrors

Flat Mirror -- FMP200y
from Specialty Components, Inc.

These flat first-surface Aluminum mirrors are useful in reflecting light in the infrared range. Guaranteed at ½, ¼ or 1/8 waveform accuracy with <16nm Ra surface finish. Select from protected Aluminum, protected Gold or untreated coatings combined with your choice of size and... [See More]

  • Surface Flatness: λ/2
  • Diameter/Width: 50.8
  • Mirror Shape: Round
  • Thickness: 12.7
Borosilicate Type Glass Cold Mirrors
from Tower Optical Corporation

Cold Mirrors are used where the requirements are to reflect visible light and remove the heat by transmission. Operation at an AOI of 45 º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for transmission through the cold mirror is 800 - 1200nm. The average transmission range is T >85%. [See More]

  • Surface Flatness: λ/2
  • Diameter/Width: 15 to 300
  • Mirror Shape: Round
  • Thickness: 3.3
76.2mm Dia Aluminum Substrate Mirror, Aluminum Coating -- NT47-119
from Edmund Optics Inc.

Aluminum Substrate Mirrors. Ideal for LWIR Laser Applications. Aluminum and Gold Coating Options. These aluminum substrate, diamond turned Metal Mirrors are available with either a protected aluminum or gold coating, and are ideal for LWIR (greater than 2000nm) laser applications. Due to the 17.5nm... [See More]

  • Surface Flatness: λ/2
  • Diameter/Width: 76.2
  • Mirror Shape: Round
  • Thickness: 12.7
Dielectrinic Mirror
from BRD Optical Co., Ltd.

A dielectric mirror, also known as a Bragg mirror, is a type of mirror composed of multiple thin layers of dielectric material, typically deposited on a substrate of glass or some other optical material. By careful choice of the type and thickness of the dielectric layers, one can design an optical... [See More]

  • Surface Flatness: λ/2; λ/4; λ/5; λ/8; λ/10
  • Mirror Materials: BK7 Glass; Fused Silica; Silica
  • Thickness: 1 to 20
  • Mirror Coatings: UV/ VIS Dielectric Coating
Borosilicate Type Glass Hot Mirrors
from Tower Optical Corporation

Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0 º is preferred. The most common... [See More]

  • Surface Flatness: λ/2
  • Diameter/Width: 15 to 300
  • Mirror Shape: Round
  • Thickness: 3.3