Optical Mirrors

Optical Mirrors

Spectrometer Mirror handles 400-1,000 nm wavelengths.

AgPlus High-reflectivity Mirror, designed for use in spectrometers and optical systems, has thin film dielectric coating that offers 95% reflectivity from visible wavelengths of 400 nm to near-infrared wavelengths of 1,000 nm. Environmentally stable coating simultaneously optimizes reflectivity over various angles of incidence. Manufactured using process that produces silver reflecting layers in...

Read More »
Mirrors suit Nd:YAG laser applications.
Optical Mirrors

Mirrors suit Nd:YAG laser applications.

Laser Rmax 1064 nm mirrors feature reflectivity of less than 99.8%, and demonstrate drift of less than 1% on 0.2% transmitted signal. Transmitted signal can be used as accurate control signal in laser system. Due to improved optical coatings, damage thresholds at 1064 nm for mirrors have been increased 2-3 times over conventional ion deposition process.

Read More »
Laser Mirrors have diamond-turned front surface.
Optical Mirrors

Laser Mirrors have diamond-turned front surface.

Aluminum Substrate Mirrors, for far infrared laser applications, are composed of 6061-T6 substrate with protected aluminum (AlSiO) or protected gold (AuSiO) reflectance coating. Protected aluminum coating has reflectance greater than 96% from 1,750 nm, while protected gold has greater than 98% reflectance from 2,000 nm. Back surface is machined flat and is tapped with 3 holes that are mounted to...

Read More »
Laser Mirrors are made from silicon or molybdenum.
Optical Mirrors

Laser Mirrors are made from silicon or molybdenum.

CO2 Laser Mirrors, for 25 to 200 W industrial lasers, are available in -½ to 1-½ in. OD sizes. Silicon mirrors feature average reflectance >99.5 to 99.7% @ 10.6 -µm and 45-° AOI, while molybdenum mirrors provide 98% average reflectance, and are more durable for use in applications that require frequent cleaning. Mirrors made from silicon can be provided with enhanced silver, copper, and DMBR...

Read More »

All Topics