Electro Optical Components, Inc. Datasheets for Electro-Optic Modulators

Electro-optic modulators are analog or digital devices that use an electric field to alter the characteristics (e.g., band gap and index of refraction) of a material through which light is traveling, changing the characteristics of the light itself.
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Product Name Notes
Spatial Light Modulator -- RL-SLM-T3 These spatial light modulators are extremely powerful new optical devices which individually manipulate each pixel in real-time. Not only is it possible to directly connect PC video/graphics to RL-SLMs in...
EM 200A This is a low voltage ADP transverse electro-optic modulator designed to operate at all wavelengths in the visible and is entirely free from piezo-electric resonances. This modulator has a high...
EM 200L This is a low voltage transverse electro-optic modulator using high damage threshold lithium niobate. It has similar characteristics to the EM 200K with an optical range extended further into the...
EM 200K This is a low voltage transverse KD*P electro-optic modulator designed to give maximum thermal stability beyond that obtained by the ADP type. Its transmission range is extended into the infra-red...