Newport Corporation Datasheets for Optical Isolators
Optical isolators are optical devices that allow light to be transmitted in only one direction. They are most often used to prevent any light from reflecting back down the fiber, as this light would enter the source and cause feedback problems.
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|Broadband Faraday Optical Isolators||Our broadband Faraday optical isolators offer a wide 720-950 nm range making them useful in multiple applications. 720-950 nm Broadband Coverage 5 mm or 8 mm Apertures High Verdet constant...|
|High Power Faraday Optical Isolators||Our high power Faraday optical isolators can be used in the 1013 nm to 1077 nm wavelength range and provides double escape ports for applications where rejected power exceeds 0.5...|
|Low Power Faraday Optical Isolators||Our low power Faraday optical isolators use field proven, high efficiency Corning Polarcor™ polarizers making them ideal for 650, 780, 850 and 980 nm laser diode applications. 650, 780, 850,...|
|Medium Power Faraday Optical Isolators||Our medium power Farady optical isolators use SF1 polarizing beamsplitters (PBS) for 461, 532, 650, 780, 850, 980 nm laser applications requring up to a 2 kW/cm2 CW damage threshold.|
|Mid-IR Faraday Optical Isolators||Our Mid-IR Faraday optical isolators act essentially a uni-directional light valve. It is used to protect a laser source near 2050 nm or 4550 nm from destabilizing feedback or actual...|