Posted on April 1, 2007 - ( views)
The Tech Spec High Energy Excimer Laser Mirror family are designed to minimize scatter from high power UV lasers, including Krypton-Fluoride(248nm), Xenon-Chloride (308nm) and Xenon-Fluoride (351nm) lasers. The mirrors offer low loss and high damage thresholds, as well as excellent thermal stability and low wavefront distortion. All are designed for a 45Â° angle of incidence and feature low polarization dependence. Additional mirrors can operate farther into the UV at 193nm, and can deal with beams arriving at 0Â° angle of incidence.
101 East Gloucester Pike
With 532, 785 and 1064 nm center wavelengths
Stackable for two-axis rotation
for fluorescence applications
covering range from 190nm to 1100nm
create groove spacing of 2,700 grooves/mm
provides complete spectral measurement
with standard M12x0.5 mounting threads
to work in ultraviolet range
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