II-VI INFRARED Datasheets for Optical Mirrors

Optical mirrors have a smooth, highly-polished, plane or curved surface for reflecting light. Usually, the reflecting surface is a thin coating of silver, or aluminum on glass.
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Cylinder Mirrors As the name suggests, cylindrical mirrors are either round or rectangular objects which have cylindrically shaped surfaces. They differ from spherical mirrors in that they focus a beam to a...
Long Working Distance Off-Axis Parabolas In Ithe past, the working distance (WD) of off-axis parabolic mirrors was limited to the two-axis diamond-turning lathe™s swing diameter. Today, II-VI routinely produces long working distance parabolas with any...
Toroid Mirrors In many applications, spherical mirrors, cylinder mirrors, and parabolic mirrors are used to help shape the laser beam. Biconic mirrors”or the more general toroidal mirrors”can be used to combine two...
Biconic Mirrors In many applications, spherical mirrors, cylindrical mirrors, and parabolic mirrors help shape the laser beam. Biconic mirrors -- or the more general toroidal mirrors -- can combine two separate optics...
Plano and Spherical Mirrors Mirrors or total reflectors are used in laser cavities as rear reflectors and fold mirrors, and externally as beam benders in beam delivery systems. Silicon is the most commonly used...
Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors Mirrors, made from copper substrates, will withstand extremely high laser powers and industrial environments, providing diffraction limited focusing when properly mounted and aligned. Copper mirrors are available with a higher...
Variable Radius Mirrors The II-VI Variable Radius Mirror (VRM) allows users to dynamically change their beam characteristics on the fly. By controlling the VRM™s radius of curvature with water pressure, users can adjust...
Ring-Focus Off-Axis Parabolas The ring-focus off-axis parabola is an optic that combines the properties of a 90° parabolic focusing mirror with an axicon focusing optic. Typically, ZnSe lenses with a conical term are...