BK7 windows are intended for use with visible and near-infrared light, while synthetic fused silica windows are intended for use with ultraviolet light.
CaF2 windows feature excellent transmittance in the region of wavelengths from approximately 130 nm to 8μm. Standard products include windows for ultraviolet light and for visible and near-infrared light.
Synthetic fused silica absorbs in the 1.3 μm and 2 to 2.5 μm bands. Water free synthetic fused silica has lower absorption at these wavelengths.
Windows for infrared light allowing transmission of light at wavelengths around 1.5 to 10 μm.
Windows for infrared light, allowing transmission of light at wavelengths from 600 nm up to around 20 μm. A standard product with AR coatings for 10.6 μm is also available.
Optical synthetic sapphire crystal windows allowing transmission of light at wavelengths from 200 nm up to around 5μm.
Optical grade Germanium crystal windows usable at wavelength region from 2 to 20μm.
Window substrates with antireflection coatings for visible light on both faces of the substrate.
This AR coated window for a high-powered laser has more durability cojmpared to our standard window.
Windows for installation at the Brewster angle. These windows are built as custom-specification products.
Also available are custom windows made from the specified materials and built to the specified size and shape.