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    Laser Line Beamsplitters

    Laser Line Beamsplitters are used to separate a laser beam into two separate parts in a wide assortment of imaging, measurement, or laser microscopy applications. Laser Line Beamsplitters are optical components that partially reflect a laser beam, separating it into two parts. Laser Line Beamsplitters can reflect specific wavelengths, polarizations, or can combine two lasers into a single beam. A wide assortment of Laser Line Beamsplitters is available including polarizing, non-polarizing, dichroic, as well as beam combiners.

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    Nd:YAG Harmonic Separators
    • Used to Separate Nd:YAG Harmonic Wavelengths
    • Beamsplitter Coating Features >95% Transmission
    • λ/10 Fused Silica Substrate
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    Nd:YAG Laser Line Beam Samplers
    • Uncoated First Surface Provides Fresnel Reflection
    • High Laser Damage Threshold Coating on One Surface
    • 10-5 Surface Quality

    Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners
    • Polarization Insensitive
    • Hard Sputtered Coating
    • Multiple Sizes Available
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    High Energy Laser Line Plate Polarizers
    • 355nm Version
    • 56° Angle of Incidence
    • High Damage Threshold

    Laser Line High Energy Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters
    • Optically Contacted Design for Increased Damage Threshold
    • Greater than 96% Transmission of P-Polarized Light
    • High Extinction Ratio of Greater than 1000:1
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    Laser Line Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters
    • <3% Transmission Difference for S and P Polarization States
    • AR Coated <0.25% on Entrance and Exit Faces
    • Nd:YAG and HeNe Options

    Laser Line Non-Polarizing Plate Beamsplitters
    • High Laser Damage Thresholds
    • Low GDD Coatings for Femtosecond Applications
    • Insensitive to Input Beam’s Polarization State
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    Laser Line Non-Polarizing Plate Beamsplitters
    • Insensitive to Input Beam Polarization
    • High Damage Threshold
    • Precision UV Fused Silica Substrate

    Laser Line Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters
    • Designed for Common Diode, Gas, and Solid State Lasers
    • Reflects S-Polarized Light, Transmits P-Polarized Light
    • High Extinction Ratio

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