A proven component equipped with a He-Ne laser and fine-tuning mechanism.
Component for converting light with noise into light with coherent wave fronts.
A component for converting a laser beam into parallel light, together with spatial filter component.
A component for tilting optical path.
A component for dividing and combining laser light.
Schlieren device incorporate a pair of concave mirror components.
A screen for projecting interference fringes.
A component for displaying interference fringe on a monitor and for obtaining and sending data to a PC.
A wedge plate-type sharing interferometer for easier evaluation of beam parallelism (divergence and convergence) during optical adjustment.
Used as a reference to adjust the height and direction of the light path during optical adjustment.
Has a wide range of applications, including measurement of microscopic length, light wavelength, and wavelength ratio, refractive index, dispersion, surface roughness, and thin films.
Consisting of mutually independent mirror and beam splitter units that enable broad layout flexibility, Mach-Zehnder interferometers can be used to measure larger samples.
Most widespread interferometer; enables measurement of flat and spherical surfaces using a simple configuration. Its reference and measurement optical paths are the same, making this a compact, vibration-resistant system.
If minute sample differences in refractive index exist in the parallel beam, light outgoing from the sample has a slightly divergent optical axis and focuses on a different spot. Eliminating the off-focus light with a knife edge makes it possible to project light with greater contrast.
Our MICROR series products for smaller interferometer systems enable compact system dimensions and more efficient use of space.