The Low Dispersion mirror is designed for lasers with femto-second order pulse widths.
The Femto Low Dispersion mirror is designed for lasers with femtosecond pulse widths.
This mirror has a negative dispersion and can be used for pulse compression in a femtosecond laser system.
All dielectric designs are much more resistant to laser damage than typical mirrors and are suitable for use with high power laser systems.
Visible, near infrared and other multiple wavelengths are covered with single mirror
Allow a high reflectance of 99% or more, since the coating absorbs no light, depending on the incident angle.
Allow high reflectance of 99% or more, since the coating absorbs no light; may be used at an incident angle of 0° to 45°
Mirrors for splitting the fundamental wave and the harmonic waves in YAG laser.
Also available are total-reflection mirrors made to specific dimensions, shapes, wavelengths, and other parameters.
Total-reflection flat mirrors for use in scanning; made to specifications as custom products.
Total reflection mirrors coated with gold (Au) that has high reflectance in a wide range of infrared.
Laser resonant mirrors with dielectric film coated upon concave substrate or precision parallel plates are available upon request. These laser cavity mirrors can be made to specifications.
Aluminum mirrors produced by over-coating several layers of dielectric films, enhancing reflection at UV range (200-300nm) and also protect from scratches and Aluminum surface deterioration.
Coat by dielectric multilayer high reflection on the fused silica substrate and the surface accuracyλ/10 after coating is guaranteed.
A λ/10 surface accuracy guarantee mirror by bonding the coated surface accuracy guaranteed mirror to Kinematic Mirror Holders.
These products have high reflectance in wide range from visible to infrared and scarcely depend on incident angles.
These mirrors are used as reference mirrors on the surfaces of low reflectance flats (such as surface plates or breadboards).
Mirror reflectance increased by about 5% by over-coating several layers of dielectric films on an Al coating.
Mirrors in which the thickness of MgF2 films over-coating on an Al coating is adjusted to match light in the ultraviolet region.
It is used to focus input beam in the direction of reflection. These products have high reflectance in wide range from visible to infrared and scarcely depend on incident angles.
Frameless mounting design minimized footprint and allows the entire front surface of the mirror to be coated.
Also available are total reflection spherical concave or convex mirrors made to specific dimensions, shapes, curvatures, and other parameters.
Also available are cylinder concave or convex mirrors made to specific dimensions, shapes, curvatures, and other parameters.