Dayoptics, 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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High Power Polarizer Beamsplitter Features High Power High Damage Threshold: ~15J/cm2 @ 1064nm 20ns, 20Hz (Certificate No. 13866#1) Green Optics. Epoxy-free! Optical Contacted. Transmission: >97% @ Central Wavelength (Tp>96%@355nm) Extinction Ratio: Better than 30dB...
Glan Thompson Beamsplitter Cube Glan Thompson polarizer Beamsplitter Cube is made of two Calcite prisms or two a-BBO prisms cemented together .It have high extinction ratio below 5×10-5 is obtained. The Calcite type can...
Polarization Cube Beamsplitter Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters split randomly polarized beams into two orthogonal, linearly, polarized components-S-polarized light is reflected at a 90 deg. Angle while P-polarized light is transmitted. Each beamsplitter consists of...
Polarizer Beamsplitter Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters split randomly polarized beams into two orthogonal, linearly, polarized components-S-polarized light is reflected at a 90deg. Angle while P-polarized light is transmitted. Each beamsplitter consists of a...