Newport Corporation 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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A Wollaston prism splits a broadband input beam into two separately accessible beams with highly pure orthogonal linear polarizations. The prisms are fabricated from select-grade calcite prisms pairs, cemented together,...
Berek’s variable waveplates modify the polarization of collimated beams from any state to any other state with the flexibility, convenience, and precision previously found only in bulky and expensive Soleil-Babinet...
Multiple-order quartz waveplates are an economical tool for controlling the polarization state of lasers or other narrowband light sources. The half waveplate is used to rotate the polarization direction, and...
Newport's true zero-order wave plates consist of a birefringent polymer film cemented between two high-precision BK 7 windows, each with a high efficiency, broadband antireflection coating. Polymer wave plates offer...
Our achromatic zero-order wave plates consist of a polymer film stack laminated between two high-precision AR coated N-BK7 windows and are designed to operate with a high degree of retardation...
Our general-purpose sheet polarizers are perfect for those in-between times when you need a polarizer with a large aperture and acceptance angle, but you don’t need the high extinction ratio...
Our Glan-Laser Calcite Polarizers are designed for demanding applications requiring extreme polarization purity and high resistance to laser damage. Glan-laser polarizers are air-spaced, select-grade calcite prism pairs with the prism...
Our Glan-Thompson Calcite Polarizers provide high purity linear polarization for broadband sources or multiple laser wavelengths for lower power applications. Their 14°-16° acceptance angle allows them to be used in...
Our precision linear polarizers are constructed by laminating a polymer polarizing film between two high-precision AR coated glass or fused silica windows. The standard 12.7, 25.4, and 50.8 mm outer...
Polarcor™ linear polarizers offer high contrast, high transmission, low wavefront distortion and a wide acceptance angle. Polarcor polarizers outperform dichroic sheets, wire grid polarizers, and polarizing cubes at lower price...
Superior high-energy polarizer performance is achieved through advanced coating design and meticulous production procedures. These optics have been developed for use in some of the most demanding lasers in the...
The broadband polarization rotators allows for specific polarization control anywhere along your optical path. Applications include ellipsometry, polarimetry, scattering measurements, or optical component testing. 10 arc min polarization rotation resolution...
The LPGF and LPNIR series linear polarizers are not mounted in a housing for a lower cost option. They are available in 400-700 nm, 750-850 nm and 1000-2000 nm wavelength...
These achromatic zero-order wave plates consist of two different birefringent crystals — crystalline quartz and magnesium fluoride (MgF2) — in an air-spaced design. Compared to zero-order quartz wave plates, achromatic...
These thin film polarizers have been designed to provide superior performance in ultrafast Ti:Sapphire regenerative amplifiers. While pulse lengths are relatively long in these amplifiers, pulse dispersion is still a...
Zero-order wave plates are temperature insensitive phase retarders for moderate bandwidth applications. These zero-order wave plates are constructed of two airspaced quartz waveplates, enabling use with high-power diode lasers or...