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Right-Angle Prisms

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Edmund Optics' TechSpec broadband antireflection (BBAR)-coated right-angle prisms are suitable for use with low-power lasers for a variety of applications. Exhibiting a ray deviation of 90º, they feature tight tolerances and a precision N-BK7 substrate. When compared with uncoated or metallized right-angle prisms, those with BBAR coating greatly improve transmission efficiency. They are used most often to bend image paths or to redirect light at a 90º angle. They also can be used in combination for image/beam displacement applications. Broadband coatings enable the prisms to be used in applications that employ multiple low-power lasers. They are available in numerous sizes and multiple BBAR coatings to meet customer needs.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2012

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