Jul 2013Edmund Optics Inc.Request Info
BARRINGTON, N.J., May 15, 2013 — The TechSpec broadband-coated λ/10 first-surface mirrors from Edmund Optics provide >99% reflection for application in the visible to near-infrared spectra, including flow cytometry, ophthalmology, spectroscopy, optical metrology, OCT and medical imaging, and DNA sequencing and genomics.
The dielectric mirror coatings offer high reflectivity for all polarization states from 0° to 45° AOI. They feature higher reflection when compared with standard metal-coated mirrors, optimizing system performance by enabling minimal energy loss.
The mirrors feature a fused silica substrate, a low coefficient of thermal expansion and high resistance to abrasion. They are available in 20 standard models with diameters from 5 to 50 mm in 400 to 750 nm and 750 to 1100 nm broadband configurations.