EKSMA OPTICS Datasheets for Optical Windows

Optical windows are used to isolate different physical environments while allowing light to pass relatively unimpeded.
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Barium fluoride is used for optical windows, prisms and lenses transmitting from ultraviolet into infrared, it can be used as an infrared laser window or lens. BaF2 is recommended...
Calcium fluoride windows have a wide transmission range and can be used in ultraviolet, visible and infrared applications. Due to its composition CaF2 (Calcium Fluoride) has much longer useful...
Elliptical flat mirrors bend light at precise angles with minimum wave distortion due to elongated major axis. Precision 45 degree elliptical flat mirrors are ideal for technical and astronomical applications.
Optical flats are used for testing and evaluating other optical elements. An interference pattern is formed in the air between the flat and the object being evaluated, and this pattern...
The usage of flat windows allows optical radiation to pass from one environment to another, without mixing other components of these environments. Considerations in selecting windows may include transmission, scattering,...
The usage of flat windows allows optical radiation to pass from one environment to another, without mixing other components of these environments.. Considerations in selecting windows may include transmission, scattering,...
The windows are designed to be used in precision optical systems. The optical transmission is high with little distortion of transmitted signal. λ/10 transmitted wavefront distorsion is offered. Windows can...
The windows are designed to be used in precision optical systems. The optical transmission is high with little distortion of transmitted signal. λ/10 transmitted wavefront distorsion is usually preferred but...
We offer two substrate materials, spanning a range of thermal expansion coefficients. For applications in which thermal shock is absent and thermal stability is not critical, BK7 glass is a...
Zinc selenide (ZnSe) is the most popular material for infrared applications. Due to a very wide transmission range covering 0.6-22 µm chemical vapor deposition grown ZnSe as a high optical...