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    Laser Line Windows

    Laser Line Windows are used in laser applications to separate different environments from one another. Laser Windows are ideal for protecting work areas or sensitive components by deflecting harmful laser beams. Laser Line Windows use substrates, coatings, or a combination of the two to transmit specific wavelengths or ranges of wavelengths. Laser Line Windows can also be used to optimize laser transmissions by transmitting only the wanted wavelengths.

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    λ/10 Laser Line Coated Windows
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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

    λ/20 High Power Laser Line Windows
    • R < 0.2% for 266nm, 355nm, 532nm or 1064nm
    • Low Auto-Fluorescence
    • Damage Thresholds up to 10 J/cm2 @ 10ns @ 1064nm
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    λ/10 Ultra-Low Reflectivity Windows
    • <0.1% Reflectivity Laser Line Coatings
    • Nd:YAG and Yb:YAG Wavelength Options
    • 10-5 Surface Quality Substrates
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    Ultrafast Thin Windows
    • 1mm Thickness for Limited GDD
    • Low Loss Broadband IBS Anti-Reflection Coating (Coming Soon)
    • Designs for Wavelengths from 370nm to 2.2μm
    • Coating GDD of ±30fs2

    λ/4 N-BK7 Laser Line Windows
    • <0.25% Reflection at Design Wavelength
    • Coatings Available for HeNe and Nd:YAG Laser Sources
    • Precision N-BK7 Substrate
    • Also Available Uncoated, MgF2 Coated and VIS 0° Coated
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    Laser Debris Shields
    • Sizes from 50mm to 134mm
    • Designed Specifically for 1064nm Fiber and Nd:YAG Lasers
    • Protective Shield for Optical Systems
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    Uncoated Laser Window Substrates

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