Foctek Photonics, Inc. 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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Besides the Reflection Prisms, Foctek also offers the Dispersion Prisms. The most typical dispersion prism is equilateral prism made of high difference of refraction indexes for different wavelengths. The dispersion...
By adding a wedge and with partial reflective coating on first reflective surface, Penta Prism can be used as Beamsplitter. We supply Beamsplitter Penta Prism with standard Transmission/reflect ion (T/R)...
here are many types of prism, each having a particular geometry to achieve the reflections necessary to perform a specific imaging task. Reflecting prisms may invert, rotate, deviate or displace...
Penta prism can deviate an incident beam without inverting or reversing to 90°.The deviation angle of 90° is independent of any rotation of the prism about an axis parallel to...
The reflection prisms are usually used for diverging the ray or for changing image location in relation to the subject (rotation, inversion). All the surfaces of the reflection prisms are...
There are many types of prism, each having a particular geometry to achieve the reflections necessary to perform a specific imaging task. Reflecting prisms may invert, rotate, deviate or displace...
This special Beam Splitter is made of two special designed prisms. The cemented surface of one prism is beam splitter coating. The Prism enables splitting beam of light per two...
This special prism consists of one Right Angle prism and one Rhomboid Prism. The hypotenuse surface of the Right Angle Prism is beam-splitting coated and cemented to the Rhomboid Prism.