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Beam Combiners

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EdmundOptics.jpgA line of dichroic laser beam combiners has been introduced by Edmund Optics Inc. to combine or separate multiple laser beams at a 45° angle of incidence. They feature reflection >98% and transmission >95%, while yielding low loss. They are polarization-insensitive and are available at six cutoff wavelengths, suitable for combining or separating lasers between 375 and 785 nm. Constructed from low autofluorescence substrates with dense, ultradurable coatings, they are suitable for multilaser fluorescence imaging and measurement in medical, laboratory and industrial settings.

Oct 2009

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