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    Laser Polarization

    Laser Optics

    Laser Polarization components are utilized for various polarization needs. Laser Polarizers are used to isolate specific polarizations of light or to convert unpolarized light to polarized light in a variety of laser applications. Laser Polarizers use a range of substrates, coatings, or a combination of the two to transmit a specific single polarization state. Laser Polarization components are used to modulate and control polarization in many applications including simple intensity control, chemical analysis, and optical isolation.

    Edmund Optics offers a wide range of Laser Polarization components including Glan-Laser Polarizers, Glan-Thompson Polarizers, and Glan-Taylor Polarizers, and Waveplate Retarders. Specialized polarizers are also available, including Wollaston Polarizers and Fresnel Rhomb Retarders. Edmund Optics additionally offers several varieties of Depolarizers to convert polarized light into random light.

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    Fresnel Rhomb Retarders
    • Broadband Performance with <2% Retardance Variation
    • 12.7mm and 25.4mm Options Available
    • λ/4 and λ/2 Retardance Options

    Achromatic Waveplates (Retarders)
    • Multiple Wavelength Ranges Available
    • Flat Response Over Each Broad Spectral Range
    • λ/4 and λ/2 Retardance
    • Mounted in Black Anodized Aluminium Housing

    Brewster Windows
    • Reduce Loss of P-Polarized Light
    • Circular Profile When Oriented at 55.57°
    • Great for Use in Laser Cavities
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    Free-Space Optical Isolators
    • Up to 67 dB Isolation for Ultimate Stability
    • Up to 92% Transmission for Maximum Power
    • 4.7mm Aperture Provides Excellent Beam Quality

    Glan-Type Polarizers
    • Broadband Performance from 220 – 2200nm
    • High Extinction Ratios up to 200 000:1
    • High Laser Damage Thresholds up to 5 J/cm2 @ 1064nm
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    High Energy Laser Line Plate Polarizers
    • 355nm Version
    • 56° Angle of Incidence
    • High Damage Threshold

    High Energy Laser Line Polarizers
    • High Extinction Ratio of 10,000:1
    • 45° Angle of Incidence
    • Available for Nd:YAG Harmonics and HeNe Wavelengths

    Infrared (IR) Wire Grid Polarizers
    • Designed for Wavelengths Ranging from 2 - 30μm
    • Holographic Polarizers Available in Many Substrates
    • Ruled Polarizers Ideal for High-Power Lasers
    • 360° Rotation Using Metric Polarizer Mounts

    Lyot Depolarizers
    • Turn Polarized Light into Non-Polarized Light
    • Designed for Polychromatic Light
    • UV to IR Wavelength Range

    Meadowlark Optics Polarimeter
    • Absolute Degree of Polarization Accuracy ≤1%
    • Broad Wavelength Range from 450 to 1100nm
    • No Moving Parts for Vibration Free Operation

    Precision Zero Order Waveplates (Retarders)
    • λ/4 and λ/2 Retardance
    • Excellent Angular Field of View
    • Birefringent Polymer Stack
    • High Damage Threshold of 500 W/cm2

    Quartz Waveplates (Retarders)
    • Zero Order and Multiple Order Waveplates
    • λ/4 and λ/2 Retardance
    • Mounted in Black Anodized Aluminum Frame
    • Zero Order Polymer Waveplates Also Available

    Radial Polarization Converters
    • Converts Linear Polarization to Radial or Azimuthal
    • Can be Used to Create an Optical Vortex or Doughnut Beam
    • High Damage Thresholds of 20 J/cm@ 1064nm, 3.5ns

    Rochon Polarizers
    • Multiple Polarization Materials Available
    • Ordinary Rays Pass Through Undeviated
    • Extraordinary Rays Deviate

    Ultrafast Thin Film Polarizers
    • Ideal for Ti:Sapphire and Ytterbium Doped Lasers
    • Up to 0.3 J/cm2 @ 200 fs @ 800nm Damage Thresholds
    • Optimized for the Separation of the S and P with Minimal Dispersion

    Wollaston Polarizers
    • Multiple Polarization Materials Available
    • UV to IR Ranges Offered
    • Large Deviation of Ordinary and Extraordinary Rays

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