EKSMA OPTICS Datasheets for Optical Polarizers

Optical polarizers are optical devices that can transform unpolarized or natural light into polarized light, usually by the selective transmission of polarized rays.
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Achromatic waveplates are made from two different materials: crystal quartz and magnesium fluoride with highly efficient broadband antireflection coatings in an air spaced design. Retardation tolerance of our achromatic waveplates...
EKSMA OPTICS offers Zero Order Dual Wavelength Plates for Ti:Sapphire and Yb:KGW/KYW lasers. When optical axis is turned by 45 degrees to input polarization, zero order dual wavelength waveplate rotates...
Made from high quallity optical grade crystalline quartz quarter wave and half wave retardation versions available suitable for high and low power laser applications. Retardation plates are supplied mounted and...
Made from high quallity optical grade crystalline quartz quarter wave and half wave retardation versions available suitable for high and low power laser applications. Rotate the direction of polarization (λ/2)...
Thin Film Polarizers separate the s- and p-polarization components. They are designed for use in high energy lasers. Due to a high damage threshold, reaching 10 J/cm2 @ 1064 nm...
Thin Film Polarizers separate the s- and p-polarization components. They are designed for use in high energy lasers. Due to high damage threshold, reaching 10 J/cm2 @ 1064 nm...
This Zero Order Air-Spaced Plate, made of single crystal quartz, has a clear aperture of 17 mm. For high power laser application.
Wide selection of BK7 and UV FS thin film laser polarizers (TFP) for quick delivery. Thin film polarizers feature high laser damage threshold and are designed for the most demanding...
Zero order wave plates are used to rotate the direction of polarization (with λ/2 plates) or convert linear into circular polarization or vice versa (with λ/4 plates). Zero order wave...
Operate at both first and second Nd:YAG laser harmonics Retardation tolerance <λ/300