The transverse-displacement spectroscope has a precise diamond prism glued to a rectangular prism. The transverse-displacement spectroscope outputs two parallel beams separated by a fixed distance. The high tolerance design ensures that the existing beam remains parallel for 30 arc seconds. The entrance and exit surfaces feature multi-layer anti-reflection (AR) cladding for increased efficiency. Often used in testing and analysis industry.
A spectroscope is an optical element used to divide the input light into two separate parts. Beam splitters are common components in laser or lighting systems. Beam splitters are also ideal for fluorescence applications, optical interferometry or life sciences or semiconductor instruments. Light can be separated by total intensity, wavelength, or percentage of polarization states.
We offer a wide range of anti - reflective coatings or substrates in flat, cube, film, dot or special prism beam splitters. Standard beam splitters can separate incident light at specific ratios independent of wavelength or state of polarization, making them ideal for lighting components or one-way mirrors. Dichromatic beam splitter, usually used as a laser beam combinator or a wideband thermal or cold mirror. Unpolarized beam splitter, ideal for laser beam manipulation, through overall intensity splitter. Polarization beam splitters commonly used in photonic instruments split light through polarization states. Our anti-reflective coatings are designed for ultraviolet (UV), visible and infrared (IR) light.