Ultra-Broadand high reflectors are ideal for applications such as photon counting, hyperspectral imaging or Raman Spectroscopy.
- High performance all dielectric mirrors
- Rs, Rp >99% over a wide spectral range
- Designed to work for 0-50 degrees angle of incidence
- Special high damage threshold dielectric coating
Wide Wavelength Range With High Absolute Reflectivity
Using superior ion beam sputtering coating technology, very high absolute reflectivity can be achieved across a large wavelength range. Rs, Rp >99% for 350-1100 nm 0-50° angle of incidence.
Low Light Advantage
For low light situations, it is critical to collect as much light as possible. For best results, choose mirrors that have high R absolute performance. Depending on the coating type, you will have as much as Rs, Rp >99% for 350-1100 nm 0-50° angle of incidence.
UV-VIS Broadband Dielectric Coating
BB.1 coated mirrors covers the UV to visible wavelength regime from 350 to 700 nm
VIS-NIR Broadband Dielectric Coating
BB.2 coated mirror covers the visible to near IR wavelength regime from 650 to 1130 nm
UV-NIR Broadband Dielectric Coating
BB.3 coated mirror covers the UV to near IR wavelength regime from 350 to 1100 nm.
Durable Dielectric Coatings
All dielectric coating construction is physically more durable than standard metallic coatings. Dielectric mirrors are more resistant to humidity, thermal changes, abrasion and salt exposure.
UV Fused Silica Substrate
UV grade fused silica is used as a substrate material for these mirrors for low thermal expansion and low material absorption in the wavelength regime of 350 to 1,200 nm. These mirrors will perform with relatively high energy pulses and will have better resistance from environmental effects compared to many other metallic and dielectric mirrors used in these wavelength regimes.