Holographic Diffraction Gratings

LINOS Gratings
from Excelitas Technologies Corp.

Originating from our rich Qioptiq optical heritage, Excelitas offers LINOS Ruled, Holographic and Transmission Gratings to cover the UV/VIS/IR spectrum. [See More]

  • Grating Type: Ruled; Holographic
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet; Visible; Infrared
  • Grating Design: Transmission
Holographic Reflective Gratings
from Thorlabs, Inc.

At Thorlabs, we constantly reinforce our desire to serve at the pleasure of our customers. From this comes our desire to be connected to our industry in a way that far exceeds what would typically be expected of a vendor. Thorlabs lives this core principle by seeking to enhance, at every turn, the... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet (optional feature); Visible (optional feature)
  • Grating Design: Plane Reflection
  • Groove Frequency: 600 to 3600
Aberration-corrected Toroidal Gratings Series
from Shimadzu Corporation

The toroidal diffraction gratings are made by aspheric blanks where each curvature of orthogonal two axes (meridional and sagittal) is different. The toroidal diffraction gratings are formed on toroidal (aspheric) blanks that can correct astigmatisms. [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 550
  • Grating Design: Toroidal Reflection
  • Blaze Wavelength: 340 to 400
Diffraction Gratings for Oriel 77250 Monochromator
from Newport Corporation

High quality diffraction gratings are available for use with the Oriel 77250 monochromator. This selection covers a broad wavelength range, making the 77250 a flexible instrument that meets the needs of many different applications. Gratings can be easily interchanged. The 77250 is designed to hold... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Ruled; Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 50 to 3600
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet; Visible; Infrared
  • Blaze Wavelength: 200 to 23000
Holographic Gratings -- UV
from Qioptiq

Holographic gratings for spectral photometers, spectrometers, and monochromators with moderate resolution. Cost efficient, high efficiency, low stray light. Pyrex substrate for good thermal stability. Grating constants from 600 1/mm to 2400 1/mm. For use in UV. Other types on request. Substrate:... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 600 to 2400
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet
  • Active Area: 12.7x12.7, 25x25, 50x50 mm²
1200 Grooves, 250nm Blazed Holographic Grating, 12.5mm Sq -- NT47-548
from Edmund Optics Inc.

Less Stray Light than Ruled Diffraction Gratings. Improved Diffraction Efficiency Over Holographic Gratings. Broad Spectral Range. Our blazed holographic gratings ensure less stray light than conventional mechanically ruled gratings without any reduction in diffraction efficiency. First, a... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Blaze Wavelength: 250
  • Groove Frequency: 1200
  • Blaze Angle: 8
Concave Blazed Holographic Gratings Series
from Shimadzu Corporation

A concave grating has the advantage of setting up a spectroscopic system without any imaging optics like concave mirrors. For this reason, the concave grating is used in a wide range of applications, such as analytical instruments, optical communications, biotechnology, and medical instruments. [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 600 to 1300
  • Grating Design: Concave Grating
  • Blaze Wavelength: 200 to 920
Diffraction Gratings for Oriel CS130 Monochromators
from Newport Corporation

High quality diffraction gratings are available for use with the Oriel CS130 family of monochromators. The CS130 is designed to hold up to two gratings simultaneously. This selection covers a broad wavelength range and gratings can be replaced, making the CS130 a flexible instrument that meets the... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Ruled; Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 50 to 3600
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet; Visible; Infrared
  • Blaze Wavelength: 225 to 12000
Equally spaced straight-groove Toroidal Diffraction Grating -- E0600-01TR
from Shimadzu Corporation

The toroidal diffraction gratings are made by aspheric blanks where each curvature of orthogonal two axes (meridional and sagittal) is different. The toroidal diffraction gratings are formed on toroidal (aspheric) blanks that can correct astigmatisms. [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 600
  • Grating Design: Toroidal Reflection
  • Blaze Wavelength: 340
Diffraction Gratings for Oriel CS260 Monochromators and MS260i Imaging Spectrographs
from Newport Corporation

High quality diffraction gratings are available for use with the Oriel CS260 family of monochromators and MS260i imaging spectrographs. These instruments are designed to hold up to three gratings simultaneously. This selection covers a broad wavelength range and gratings can be replaced, making the... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Ruled; Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 75 to 2400
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet; Visible; Infrared
  • Blaze Wavelength: 200 to 7000
Laminar Gratings for Soft X-ray Region
from Shimadzu Corporation

Applying holographic exposure method and ion-beam etching technology, Shimadzu has developed laminar gratings for spectroscopy in a range from the vacuum ultraviolet region to the soft X-ray region. These gratings have grooves with a rectangular profile, which are directly etched into blanks made... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 1200
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet
  • Grating Features: Ion Etched
Diffraction Gratings for Oriel MS125 Spectrograph
from Newport Corporation

High quality diffraction gratings are available for use with the Oriel MS125 spectrograph. This selection covers a broad wavelength range, making the MS125 a flexible instrument that meets the needs of many different applications. Gratings can be easily interchanged. The MS125 is designed to hold... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Ruled; Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 246 to 2400
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet; Visible; Infrared
  • Blaze Wavelength: 225 to 1500
Laminar-type Replica Diffraction Gratings Series for Soft X-ray Region
from Shimadzu Corporation

Aberration-corrected Laminar-type Replica Diffraction Gratings for flat-field Polychromators in the range of Extreme Ultra-Violet Light(EUV:13nm). Suitable for the next generation of semiconductor lithography. Less high order light due to laminar type grooves configuration, low stray light by... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 300 to 2400
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet
  • Blaze Wavelength: 0.6000 to 80
Diffraction Gratings for Oriel MS257 Monochromator and Imaging Spectrograph
from Newport Corporation

High quality diffraction gratings are available for use with the Oriel MS257 monochromator and imaging spectrograph. These instruments are designed to hold up to four gratings simultaneously. This selection covers a broad wavelength range and gratings can be replaced, making the MS257 a flexible... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Ruled; Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 75 to 2400
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet; Visible; Infrared
  • Blaze Wavelength: 200 to 20000
Low Ray Light Series Diffraction Gratings
from Shimadzu Corporation

Shimadzu's new holographic exposure method and optimized etching process have made it possible to produce both high-efficient and exceptionally low stray light gratings. [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Blaze Wavelength: 250 to 500
  • Groove Frequency: 1200 to 1800
Plane Holographic Reflection Gratings
from Newport Corporation

Holographic gratings are optically generated by recording an interference pattern on a photorestist-coated substrate. They provide excellent wavefront flatness and high efficiency for a single polarization plane. Compared with ruled gratings, holographic gratings do not display periodic errors or... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Wavelength Range: Ultraviolet; Visible; Infrared
  • Grating Design: Plane Reflection
  • Groove Frequency: 900 to 3600
Plane Blazed Holographic Gratings Series
from Shimadzu Corporation

The grating grooves are formed by a holographic exposure method where the two-laser-beam-interference technology is applied. This holographic method lowers groove's periodical error commonly found in mechanically ruled gratings and ensures that the low stray light gratings can be produced. Blaze... [See More]

  • Grating Type: Holographic
  • Groove Frequency: 100 to 2400
  • Grating Design: Plane Reflection
  • Blaze Wavelength: 600 to 2400