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IR Notch Filter

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IR Notch FilterThe 10.6 µm IR notch filter from Alluxa Inc. features a >4 optical density.

The high-layer-count IR optical coating is produced by using proprietary deposition capabilities that provide high optical coating performance in the 8- to 12-µm spectral range. The filter features hundreds of layers to achieve blocking of OD4 at the laser wavelength. The filter closely matches the theoretical design spectrum.


Photonics Spectra
May 2020
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