Infrared optics are used to collect, focus or collimate light in the near infrared (NIR), short wave infrared (SWIR), mid wave infrared (MWIR) or long wave infrared (LWIR) spectra. The infrared spectrum falls into the 700 – 16000 nm wavelengths, with each spectral range as follows.
NIR 700 – 900nm
SWIR 900 – 2300nm
MWIR 3000 – 5000nm
LWIR 8000 – 14000nm
Laser Beam Splitters
Laser Beamsplitters are used to separate a single laser beam into two separate beams in a number of laser applications. Laser Beamsplitters are designed to reflect a certain portion of a laser beam, generally a particular wavelength or polarization state, while allowing the rest of the light to be transmitted. Laser Beamsplitters are available in several different types including Plate Beamsplitters, Cube Beamsplitters, or Lateral Displacement Beamsplitters. Dichroic Beamsplitters are also available for Raman spectroscopy applications.
Laser Combined Beam Lens
Two-light synthesis includes: red/green, red-blue, green/blue; three-light synthesis makes red-green-blue synthesis full-color laser, to achieve full-light display; the product is widely used in: stage laser lights, moving head chasing lights,. Lasers, optical instruments, projectors, LED color detection, fluorophore analysis, biological medical microscopes, reflective color wheel machine.
ICC uses the advantages of ion source plus electron gun plating, stable film layer, very small film; product shape is round, square or customized. Substrate materials: ZNSE, K9, JGS1, sapphire, etc.; Typical bands: 10.6UMT/650NMR; 1064NMT/650NMR; 532NMT/650NMR
The Galvo scanning system, also known as a galvanometer, follows the planning approach of a galvanometer, with the lens replacing the needle and the probe signal replaced by a computer-controlled -5V-5V or -10V-+10V DC signal to complete the intended action. Whether the scanning laser system is used for marking, engraving, or micro-catheter drilling, they all rely on the oscillator to accurately position the laser beam.
Laser output mirror
Laser output lenses, also known as partially reflective lenses: Laser output lenses are mainly used in resonant cavities to ensure that the laser power and output pattern, part of the energy is reflected into the resonant cavity and the other part is output for cutting, welding and heat treatment. Widely used in CO2 and YAG laser systems.
Laser total reflection mirror
In the laser tube, the reflector can be used as a tail mirror, the lens base with a certain curvature, to play the role of shock laser; in some laser design, the laser reflector can play in the laser tube to change the role of light, play a role in reducing the length of the laser tube; products are widely used in laser cutting, engraving and welding and other areas of laser lenses.