LASER COMPONENTS Secures Contract with PLX

Hollow Retroreflectors for High Power Laser Applications

PLX MOST
(PresseBox) ( Olching, )
LASER COMPONENTS is now the exclusive PLX sales partner for German-speaking countries. PLX is a technology company located in New York, USA that focuses on solutions to the photonics industry and specializes in the development and manufacture of high accuracy complex optical elements that are primarily used in laboratories and the aerospace industry.

PLX offers a unique lineup of key products like hollow retroreflectors, lateral transfer hollow retroreflectors, and more. Hollow retroreflectors reflect the incoming light to the source, regardless of the angle of incidence. In everyday life, this principle is known from the “cat’s eyes” on a bicycle, whereas the high accuracy reflectors made by PLX are designed for high-tech metrology applications.

Yet the company truly excels in providing customized system integration of optical structure technologies, such as the Monolithic Optical Structure Technology (M.O.S.T.™). LASER COMPONENTS will not only sell all standard products but will also offer state-of-the-art engineered solutions utilizing PLX’s 65 years of expertise in innovation.

“PLX’s product range is an excellent addition to our mirrors and lenses,” says Rainer Franke, head of the laser optics division at LASER COMPONENTS. “That's why we are pleased to have gained a partner that values quality and precision as much as we do.”

Further product information:
Retroreflectors for High Power Applications

Manufacturer:
PLX Inc.
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