eo_logo
  • Country/Region
  • cart   
 

Ruled Reflective Diffraction Gratings

Need Help?
Looking for
Custom Optics?

Richardson Gratings™ High Precision Plane Ruled Reflective Diffraction Gratings New
×
Richardson Gratings™ High Precision Plane Ruled Reflective Diffraction Gratings
  • Excellent Efficiency at Blaze Wavelength and Blaze Angle
  • Superior Dimensional Tolerances
  • Ideally Suited for Spectroscopic Applications
  • Custom Sizes Available
Reflective Ruled Diffraction Gratings Reflective Ruled Diffraction Gratings
  • Up to 80% Efficiency
  • Bare Aluminum Coating
  • Blaze Wavelength Options from 250 to 1600nm
Richardson Gratings™ High Precision Plane Reflective Gold Diffraction Gratings New
×
Richardson Gratings™ High Precision Plane Reflective Gold Diffraction Gratings
  • Optimized for use from 350-800nm (500nm) or 700-1600nm (1000nm)
  • Available in standard sizes 12.7 x 12.7, 25 x 25 and 30 x 30mm
  • Groove Spacing Tolerance <0.05%
  • Custom Sizes Available
Near-IR (NIR) Reflective Gold Gratings Near-IR (NIR) Reflective Gold Gratings
  • Increased Reflection from 700 - 1100nm

View all Resources Related to Ruled Reflective Diffraction Gratings  

FAQ(s)

  What are diffraction gratings?
A diffraction grating separates polychromatic (or multiple wavelengths) light into its component wavelengths by diffraction. Diffraction is a process in which light incident to a surface with dimensions similar in size to its wavelength is dispersed at certain angles. These diffraction angles are dependent upon the wavelength of light. Thus, polychromatic light will have a separate diffraction angle for each individual wavelength. This difference in diffraction angle is what separates light into its component wavelengths.
×
×