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Line of Laser-Grade Components
Oct 2006
Edmund Optics Inc.Request Info
BARRINGTON, N.J., Oct. 18, 2006 -- Optics maker Edmund Optics announces an expanded commitment to designing and manufacturing laser-grade optical components targeting the demands of researchers and OEMs in the biomedical, semiconductor and spectroscopy markets. With recent new product launches in beamsplitters, EO-LaserGradeComponents.jpgwindows and mirrors, Edmund boasts a comprehensive selection of components capable of withstanding the challenges posed by today's advanced Nd:YAG, excimer, argon-ion and semiconductor laser sources, the company said.

A new line of low autofluorescence non-polarizing plate beamsplitters, featuring coatings designed for Nd:YAG and argon-ion sources, complements EO's existing line of low and high power polarizing cubes. The launch of high damage threshold V-coated windows rounds out the existing lines of fused silica, sapphire, and crystalline components. Edmund has also greatly expanded its selection of laser mirrors, including coatings designed for laser line and broadband sources in the ultraviolet, visible and near-infrared.

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Edmund Optics
101 E Gloucester Pike
Barrington, NJ 08007
Phone: (856) 573-6250
Toll Free: (800) 363-1992
Fax: (856) 573-6295


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An optical device for dividing a beam into two or more separate beams. A simple beamsplitter may be a very thin sheet of glass inserted in the beam at an angle to divert a portion of the beam in a different direction. A more sophisticated type consists of two right-angle prisms cemented together at their hypotenuse faces. The cemented face of one prism is coated, before cementing, with a metallic or dielectric layer having the desired reflecting properties, both in the percentage of reflection...
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