Laser Beam Combiners meet laboratory and industrial needs.

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Designed to combine or separate multiple laser beams between 375 and 785 nm at 45° angle of incidence, Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners feature greater than 98% reflection and 95% transmission. Polarization-insensitive products, available at 6 cut-off wavelengths, are constructed from low-autofluorescence substrates with dense, durable coatings and feature Hard Ion-Beam Sputtered Coating. Applications include multi-laser fluorescence imaging and measurement.



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Edmund Optics Introduces Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners



Barrington, N.J. - Edmund Optics (EO), the premier provider of optical components, introduces new Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners. They are designed to efficiently combine or separate multiple laser beams at a 45° angle of incidence. The dichroic laser beam combiners feature high reflection, greater than 98%, and excellent transmission of greater than 95% at popular laser lines while yielding extremely low loss. They are also polarization insensitive. Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are available at 6 cut-off wavelengths, making them ideal for combining or separating lasers between 375nm and 785nm. "These durable, versatile Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are perfect for multi-laser fluorescence imaging and measurement in medical, laboratory, and industrial settings," said Gregory Fales, Product Manager, Edmund Optics.

Hard Ion-Beam Sputtered Coating for excellent durability
The Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are constructed from low autofluorescence substrates with dense, ultra-durable coatings. They feature a Hard Ion-Beam Sputtered Coating. They are ideally suited for a wide variety of multi-laser fluorescence imaging and measurement applications, including laser microscopy and flow cytometry. Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are in-stock and available for immediate delivery.

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