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Daheng New Epoch Technology, Inc. Datasheets for Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters

Polarizing cube beamsplitters divide unpolarized light into two orthogonally polarized beams at 90° to each other. The transmitted beam is mostly polarized parallel to the plane of incidence (p-polarized), and the reflected beam is mostly polarized perpendicular to the plane of incidence (s-polarized).
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A polarizing cube beam splitter consists of a pair of right angle prisms cemented together. The hypotenuse face of one prism is coated with a special multilayer dielectric coating. When...
Dichroic Beam splitter Plates allow NIR light to pass through and reflect visible light at 45 incident angle. They have a very steep transition between the region of transmission and...
High Energy Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters are used for wavelengths of Nd:YAG laser. To increase the laser damage threshold, these polarizers are constructed by optically contacting, rather than cementing. Surfaces are...
The beam splitter plate is a thin optical glass plate. The firs face is coated with an all-dielectric thin film having partial reflection properties. The second surface is multilayer AR...
The mixed layer of the broadband non-polarizing prism has a certain absorption of light energy, but it is not sensitive on the polarization state. The same spectral characteristic can be...
This is a conventional beam splitter independent of polarization. The incoming light should be one of the following: 45 linearly polarized, circularly polarized or natural light, i.e. the s-polarized and...