Beamsplitters are optical
components used to split input light into two separate parts. Beamsplitters are
common components in laser or illumination systems. Beamsplitters are also
ideal for fluorescence applications, optical interferometry, or life science or
semiconductor instrumentation. Light can be split by percentage of overall
intensity, wavelength, or polarization state.
MAP Optics offers plate, cube, pellicle, polka dot, or specialty
prism Beamsplitters in a variety of anti-reflection coatings or substrates.
Standard Beamsplitters, which split incident light by a specified ratio that is
independent of wavelength or polarization state, are ideal for illumination
subassemblies or as one way mirrors. Dichroic Beamsplitters, which split light
by wavelength, are often used as laser beam combiners or as broadband hot or
cold mirrors. Non-Polarizing Beamsplitters, ideal for laser beam manipulation,
split light by overall intensity. Polarizing Beamsplitters, often used in
photonics instrumentation, split light by polarization state. MAP Optics’
anti-reflection coatings are designed for the Ultraviolet (UV), Visible, of