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IR Filters for Thermal Imaging and Gas Detection

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SPIE Photonics West 2020 Booth: 5445

IR Filters for Thermal Imaging and Gas DetectionSpectrogon manufactures infrared filters and windows with high transmission, high rejection outside the passband, while maintaining excellent coating uniformity — for thermal imaging and gas detection applications such as cryogenically cooled IR detectors and for uncooled microbolometers. Our filters and windows range in dimension from Ø6.0 to Ø200.0 mm with state-of-the-art dicing capabilities. Custom designs are always welcome.


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