EKSMA OPTICS 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 selecting the appropriate wedge it is simple to create a precise beam deviation without affecting other beam parameters. If two wedges are used together with the sloping surfaces in...
In a Pellin-Broca prism, an ordinary dispersing prism is split in half along the bisector of the apex angle. Using a right angle prism, the two halves are joined to...
Like Brewster Angle Windows, Laser Dispersing Prisms can be used inside the cavity of laser operating on very low gain laser transitions, where even slight reflection losses may be intolerable.
Right Angle Prisms are used to direct beams at 90 degrees by using hypotenuse face in total internal reflection (TIR). The right angle prisms are often preferable to an inclined...
These prisms (corner cube) have 3 mirror surfaces making angles of 90° to each other, juxtaposed to form the corner of a cube with the entrance face perpendicular to cube...