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Wide Incidence Angle Mirror

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Wide Incidence Angle MirrorThe wide incidence angle mirror from II-VI Inc. is designed for lidar applications.

The mirrors enable reflected laser beams within lidar systems to maintain optical powers with a very high degree of uniformity over wide incidence angles ranging from 0 to 85°. The new mirrors enable folded laser beam geometries that are used to achieve compact lidar designs. The high mirror reflectivity is achieved using proprietary dielectric coating designs that are stable even in extreme operating environments.

Maintaining up to 99 percent reflectance over a 200-nm band centered on the laser operating wavelength, the mirrors are available to match lasers operating at 905, 940, 1550 nm or other wavelengths including vertical cavity surface emitting lasers, edge emitting lasers and fiber lasers.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2018

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