CeNing Optics Co., Ltd. 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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Corner cube retroreflector has three mutually orthogonal reflecting surfaces. The corner cube reflects any light rays back towards their source. The reflection angle 180° is independent of the orientation of...
Dove prisms can be used as an image rotator, the output image rotates through twice the angle that the prism rotates through. Dove prism also can be used as a...
Equilateral dispersing prisms have three equal 60°angles, and are mostly used to disperse the spectrum.
Penta prisms are used to deviate an incident beam at a 90° angle independent of small positional changes of the prism with respect to the beam. The image is neither...
Rhomboid prisms are used to displace a laser beam without changing its direction. The displacement is equal to the length of the prism.
Right angle prisms are the most popular of all prisms. Right angle prisms are used to deviate a beam through a 90° angle, when a beam enters normal to right...
Wedge prisms are used individually to deviate a beam through some specified angles. When used in pairs, the wedge prisms can steer a beam anywhere within the circular area of...
Prisms are optical elements with flat, polished surface that refract light. At least two of flat surfaces must have an angle between them. The exact angles between the surfaces depend...
The Anamorphic prisms are used in pairs to magnify input beam size along one axis while leaving the other axis unchanged. The elliptical laser diode beams can be transferred into...