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25-nm Bandpass Interference Filters

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Edmund Optics has released its TechSpec hard-coated 25-nm bandpass interference filters. Delivering high transmission with deep blocking, they are suitable for life sciences and machine vision applications.

They are a good midrange alternative to broadband or narrowband filters. Used in single-photon microscopy, the filters prevent photobleaching in delicate live samples or fluorophores in microscopy applications.

They eliminate unwanted background noise, while enhancing the signal-to-noise ratio in imaging and machine vision applications. Hard-coated for durability, they meet environmental standard MIL-STD-810F and durability standard MIL-C-48497.

Center wavelengths range from 400 to 950 nm, with 12.5-, 25- or 50-mm diameters available. Also available are 10- and 50-nm bandpass interference filters.

Mar 2013

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