Edmund Optics Inc. 300 Grooves, 17.5 Deg Dispersion Angle Grating, 12.7mm Sq NT49-575

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300 Grooves, 17.5 Deg Dispersion Angle Grating, 12.7mm Sq
NT49-575
300 Grooves, 17.5 Deg Dispersion Angle Grating, 12.7mm Sq NT49-575
Low Polarization Sensitivity Ideal for In-Line Configurations Transmission Gratings are designed to disperse incident light at specific angles. Angular dispersion is a function of angle of incidence and groove spacing. Dispersion increases as angle of incidence increases or as groove spacing decreases. Coarse groove spacing maintains high efficiency while fine groove spacing reduces transmission at long wavelengths resulting in low efficiency.Transmiss ion gratings offer low polarization sensitivity as opposed to reflection gratings because incident light is not reflected by a mirror coating such as aluminum. Since light is transmitted through the grating, transmission gratings can be used in compact, in-line configurations. They are ideal for use in monochromators and spectrometers.Transm ission gratings are manufactured in the same way as ruled reflection gratings in which a replica of a master grating is created by duplicating its grooved surface with a thin, vacuum deposition-coated layer, except they have no reflective overcoat. Uncoated transmission gratings provide high efficiency over a long wavelength range while Anti-Reflection (AR) coated gratings increase performance at a specific wavelength. AR coated versions are available upon request; please contact our Applications Engineering Department.
  • Low Polarization Sensitivity
  • Ideal for In-Line Configurations

Transmission Gratings are designed to disperse incident light at specific angles. Angular dispersion is a function of angle of incidence and groove spacing. Dispersion increases as angle of incidence increases or as groove spacing decreases. Coarse groove spacing maintains high efficiency while fine groove spacing reduces transmission at long wavelengths resulting in low efficiency.Transmission gratings offer low polarization sensitivity as opposed to reflection gratings because incident light is not reflected by a mirror coating such as aluminum. Since light is transmitted through the grating, transmission gratings can be used in compact, in-line configurations. They are ideal for use in monochromators and spectrometers.Transmission gratings are manufactured in the same way as ruled reflection gratings in which a replica of a master grating is created by duplicating its grooved surface with a thin, vacuum deposition-coated layer, except they have no reflective overcoat. Uncoated transmission gratings provide high efficiency over a long wavelength range while Anti-Reflection (AR) coated gratings increase performance at a specific wavelength. AR coated versions are available upon request; please contact our Applications Engineering Department.

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  Edmund Optics Inc.
Product Category Diffraction Gratings
Product Number NT49-575
Product Name 300 Grooves, 17.5 Deg Dispersion Angle Grating, 12.7mm Sq
Wavelength Range Visible
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