Abrisa Technologies Datasheets for Hot Mirrors and Cold Mirrors

Hot mirrors and cold mirrors are Dichroic filters that have a sharp transition between rejecting and transmitting at the near-infrared-visible area of the spectrum.
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Extended Hot mirror filters transmit the visible spectrum and reflect the infrared at normal incidence. The average transmission is specified to be more than 85% from 425-675nm and average reflectance...
Hot Mirrors are designed to remove (reflect) infrared heat in an optical system and transmit visible energy. The HM-VS-1150 Hot Mirror, formerly known as Hot Mirror #102, design has been...
Long pass filters block a select band of shorter wavelengths. This example, long wave pass cutoff filter provides average reflectance more than 99% from 400-700nm, 50% cutoff point at 750nm...
Most light sources produce more heat (infrared energy) than light. By placing a hot mirror in the beam path the infrared (heat) energy can be reflected away and the visible...
Our best grade Hot Mirror formerly known as Hot Mirror #101. For applications where extreme infrared heat and damaging U.V. radiation are of concern; the U.V. Hot Mirror is an...
Our HM-VS-3000 filter combines reflectance and absorptance to block a very wide band in the infrared while maintaining good visible transmittance.
These hot mirror filters transmit the visible spectrum and reflect the infrared at normal incidence and offer reliable solutions for commercial applications.
This cold mirror filter is designed to operate at 0 degrees angle of incidence. It reflects the visible spectrum and transmits heat (infrared). The average reflectance is greater than 95%...
This cold mirror is designed to operate at a 45 degree angle of incidence. It reflects the visible spectrum and transmits the heat (infrared). The average reflectance is greater than...
This cold mirror is specially designed to reflect more than 95% average of ultra-violet rays from 350-450nm and transmit more than 90% average 550-1200nm at 45 degrees angle of incidence.
UV Hot mirror filters are specially designed to transmit more than 80% on average from 245-460nm and reflect more than 70% in average from 800-1050nm at normal incidence. Custom angles...