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Elliptical Diffuser/Homogenizer for 1064 nm

Photonics.com
Oct 2006
Holo/Or Ltd.Request Info
 
REHOVOT, Israel, Oct. 23, 2006 -- Holo/Or Ltd. has launched a series of elliptical diffuser elements that it said both creates a smoother output and adjusts the aspect ratio with the same diffractive surface. The ED-106-LR elliptical diffuser homogenizes an input beam and adds a 1.25-degree angle over the x-axis and a 0.80-degree angle over the y-axis. In the far field, an elliptical distribution is attainable like the one in the image below.

Features include:
  • holoor.jpgHigh transmission efficiency (~95%)
  • High diffraction efficiency (~75%)
  • High damage threshold
  • Insensitive to misalignment (x-y)
  • Insensitive to beam wandering
  • Suits single-mode and multi-mode lasers
  • Very tolerant for the beam quality of the input beam
  • Optional ar/ar coated
  • Made of pure fused silica
  • 25.4-mm diameter and 3-mm thick
Holo-Or can offer similar elements at other wavelengths from the deep ultraviolet to the mid-/far-infrared and at custom aspect ratios and angles. The element is offered in fused silica, zinc selenide (znse) and sapphire.

For more information, visit: www.holoor.co.il ; e-mail: mbril@holoor.co.il

Holo-Or Ltd.
PO Box 1051
Rehovot, Israel 76110
Phone: (972-8) 940-9687/(972-8) 940-8273
Fax: (972-8) 940-9606


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    GLOSSARY
    fused silica
    Glass consisting of almost pure silicon dioxide (SiO2). Also called vitreous silica. Frequently used in optical fibers and windows.
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