Coated prisms for visible wavelength light. Redirects incident light by 90 ° or 180 ° .
Redirects incident light by 90 ° or 180 ° if the critical angle requirement is met, and two types of prism materials, made of BK7 and synthetic fused silica, are now available.
Right angle reflective prisms with an aluminum coating on both faces that meet at the right-angled vertex (knife-edged), which split light into beams traveling in two different directions as a surface mirror.
Redirects incident light by 90 ° or 180 ° if the critical angle requirement is met, and the right-angled vertex being knife-edged.
Prisms for redirecting an incident beam by 180°, by using the total reflection made possible by three planes mutually perpendicular to each other.
Unemploying internal reflection feature, this retro-reflector allows minimizing a light absorption by a glass material, a chromatic aberration and unnecessary effects on a polarization.
Prisms used to disperse incident light, based on the varying refractive indices of the glass for various wavelengths.
Also called image rotation prisms, dove prisms invert the orientation of an image.
Prisms for emitting light redirected by 90 ° from incident light, without image rotation or inversion.
Elements for low-gain laser cavities that require extremely low loss.
Custom-made prisms of specific sizes, composition, shape, and other specified parameters are also available.