CeNing Optics Co., Ltd. Datasheets for Waveplates and Retardation Plates

Waveplates and retardation plates are optical elements with two principal axes, one slow and one fast, which resolve an incident polarized beam into two mutually perpendicular polarized beams. The emerging beam recombines to form
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Achromatic Waveplates provide a constant phase shift independent of the incident wavelength of light. This wavelength independence is achieved by using two different birefringent crystalline materials. The relative shifts in...
Dual wavelength waveplates are multiple order waveplate that provide a specific retardance at two different wavelengths. Its application is separation of different wavelengths with a polarization beam splitter by rotating...
Multiple order waveplates are made from a single crystalline plate, which are designed to give a retardance of several full waves, plus the desired fraction. Multiple order waveplates are more...
True order waveplates are designed for a wavelength range 1300-1700nm for telecom applications. These waveplates provide the best possible angle, temperature, and wavelength performance for your application. The thickness of...
Zero order waveplates are constructed of two multiple order waveplates with their axes crossed. Thus, the effect of the first plate is cancelled by the second, except for the residual...