Artifex Engineering Datasheets for Optical Prisms

Optical prisms are blocks of optical material with flat, polished sides that are arranged at precisely controlled angles to one another. They are used in optical systems to deflect or redirect beams of light. They can invert or rotate images, disperse light into component wavelengths, and separate states of polarization.
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By adding a wedge and a partially reflective coating on the interface surface, the penta prism can be used as a beamsplitter. We term this optic "Beamsplitter Penta Prism". If...
Corner Cube Prisms, which have three mutually perpendicular surfaces and a hypotenuse face, are designed to reflect any ray or beam entering the prism face back onto itself, regardless of...
Right angle prisms are generally used to achieve a 90° deviation in a light path. Depending on the prism's orientation, images will be inverted, but correct left-to-right. If the prism...
The Dove Prism is a form invented by H.W. Dove. It resembles half of a common right angle prism in which a ray entering parallel to the hypotenuse face is...
The penta prism is a five-sided prism. It reflects light rays through a 90° angle by two reflections and does not invert or revert the image. The reflecting surfaces are...
The wedge is an optical element having plane inclined surfaces. Usually the faces are inclined toward one another at very small angles. Wedges divert light toward their thicker portions. These...
We offer a wide variety of standard prisms for reflection, deviation and image manipulation. Here you will find our standard prisms. We have the manufacturing capability to realize any other...