Newport Corporation 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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Brewster Angle Dispersing Prisms For Ultrashort Pulses Brewster angle dispersing prisms can be critical components in ultrashort pulse laser systems. These prisms are used intracavity to compensate for dispersion of fixed cavity optics, such as a Ti:Sapphire...
N-BK7 Right-Angle Prisms N-BK-7 right-angle prisms are polished to λ/8 surface flatness for high precision applications. We offer then with N-BK7 substrates which work great for general laboratory use in the visible and...
VALUMAX®Right-Angle Prisms Newport's VALUMAX® family of right-angle prisms were designed with the OEM customer or tight budjeted researcher in mind. Striking a balance between high performance and cost, these N-BK7 prisms offer...
Penta Prisms Penta prisms deviate a line of sight or input beam by precisely 90° without inverting or reversing the image, making them valuable for applications requiring an exact 90° deviation without...
Precision N-BK7 Right-Angle Prisms Precision N-BK7 prisms offer Λ/4 surface flatness and several AR coatings for the most demanding applications, such as interferometry or holography in the visible and near IR range. Precision N-BK7...
Precision UV Fused Silica Right-Angle Prisms Precision UV fused silica prisms offer Λ/10 surface flatness and several AR coatings for the most demanding UV, infrared, or thermally sensitive applications. Precision UV Fused Silica 20-10 scratch-dig λ/10...
Solid Glass Retroreflectors Solid glass retroreflectors are valuable for applications requiring an exact 180° reflection without having to precisely orient the prism. Reflected images are both inverted and reversed. 180° reflection independent of...