TECHSPEC® λ/10 Laser Line Coated Windows Ideal for Industrial Laser Applications

Precision windows feature 10-5 surface quality

Laser Line Coated Windows Edmund Optics
(PresseBox) ( Mainz, Germany, )
Edmund Optics® (EO), the premier provider of optical components, introduces TECHSPEC® λ/10 Laser Line Coated Windows. Laser line windows are ideal for protecting sensitive optical and electronic components in high power laser applications. These precision windows feature high transmission and minimal wavefront distortion, while providing an environmental barrier to moisture and debris.

Guaranteed Damage Thresholds at Design Wavelengths

TECHSPEC® λ/10 Laser Line Coated Windows are designed for direct integration into a wide variety of laser applications. The RoHS compliant windows provide laser grade specifications including λ/10 surface flatness, 10-5 surface quality, and <3 arcmin parallelism. Guaranteeing a high laser damage threshold at their design wavelength, the robust windows feature anti-reflective (AR) coatings at common wavelengths of 266 nm, 355 nm, 532 nm, and 1064 nm. These Laser V-Coats provide an absolute reflection of <0,25 % at the design wavelength, which minimizes surface reflection and scatter for maximum system transmission.

Diameters from 12,7 mm to 50,8 mm available

TECHSPEC® λ/10 Laser Line Coated Windows are available with diameters from 12,7 mm to 50,8 mm, along with a variety of thickness options. The fused silica substrate options provide optimum thermal stability, while N-BK7 substrate options offer a lower cost alternative for less thermally sensitive applications. TECHSPEC® λ/10 Laser Line Coated Windows are in-stock and ready for immediate delivery.
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