Optical coating consists of a combination of thin layers. These produce interfering effects that are used to improve the transmission or reflection characteristics of a system. The behavior of an optical coating depends on the number of lambda/4 layers, the thickness of the individual layers, and the differences between the refractive indexes of the individual layers. The most common coatings for precision optics are antireflection coatings (AR), highly reflective coatings (HR), beam splitter coatings, and filter coatings.
Part number:OSE-RPB-25-2LType: Right Angle Prism
Size [mm]: 25 x 6.0 Flatness: Lambda/10Scratch-Dig: 20-10
Part number: CSCH-20-550Type: Half Mirror CubesWavelength Range [nm]: 400 - 700A=B=C [mm]: 20 Material: BK7
Part number: OSE-PBSW-15-250Type: Polarizing BeamsplitterMaterial: Synthetic fused sillicaLaser Damage Threshold [J/cm² ]: 0.3
Part number: OSE-CDL-1515-25PMType: Achromats Focal length f [mm]: 25Center Thickness tc [mm]: 9Back focal length fb [mm]: 18.2
Part number:OSE-KRPB-20-4MType: Knife Edge Prism
Part number: OSE-OPFL-25.4C01-PType: Float glass
Size [mm]: 25 x 6.0 Flatness: Lambda/5Scratch-Dig: 40-20
High precision crystal optics designed specifically for optics, mirrors, surface tolerances and surface finishes.
Part number: CSMH-20-550Type: Half Mirror CubesWavelength Range [nm]: 400 - 700A=B=C [mm]: 20 Material: BK7
Part number: OSE-PBS-15-4050Type: Polarizing BeamsplitterMaterial: BK7Laser Damage Threshold [J/cm² ]: 0.3
Part number: OSE-ATL-30-40PY2Type: Focusing Lenses Focal length f [mm]: 40.2