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What is the difference between polarizing and non-polarizing beamsplitters?

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Introduction to Beamsplitters

Beamsplitters do exactly what their name implies: split incident light beams.

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What is the operating temperature range for the polarizing film?

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Polarizing Beamsplitter

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Polarizing Efficiency

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Is it possible to laminate the polarizing film between glass?

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How can I determine the polarization direction of a polarizing film?

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Which linear polarizing film is best suited for my application?

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Can I cut the polarizing film to a specific dimension myself?

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The Ultimate Guide to Beamsplitters

Join our free webinar about the trade-offs of the different types of beamsplitters and useful tips for using them for best possible performance in your application.

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What maximum dimensions of polarizing films can you supply? Are rolls available?

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Non-Polarizing Beamsplitter

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What are Beamsplitters?

Optical components that create two beams by splitting incident light are beamsplitters. Read more about the different types of beamsplitters at Edmund Optics.

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I would like to split light from a circularly polarized laser source into two beams. What happens when it passes through a cube beamsplitter – both non-polarizing and polarizing?

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I’d like to use a 50R/50T plate beamsplitter at a 12° angle of incidence (AOI). Your plate beamsplitters are specified for 45° AOIs, how will they perform outside this range?

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What are some advantages of using one cube beamsplitter type compared to another?

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Selecting the Right Beamsplitter

Continuing from where Part I: X-Y Setup ends, learn how to add a Z-axis to an existing X-Y configuration to achieve three degrees of freedom.

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What are some advantages of using one plate beamsplitter type compared to another?

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What is the difference between using a cube beamsplitter and a plate (mirror-type) beamsplitter?

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Beam Combining for Increased Power

When measuring minuscule particles, many advanced Life Science applications require more power than one laser produces.

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Building a Custom Optical Isolator with Stock Components

Edmund Optics' component list and steps provided are used to successfully build an Optical Isolator.

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Polarizer Selection Guide

Edmund Optics' Polarizer Selection Guide refines your search for a specific type of polarizer.

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Does the thickness of the polymer polarizer affect its optical properties?

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Important Concepts for Selecting Optical Component Mounts

Edmund Optics offers a variety of kinematic, bar-type, translating, ring, and modular mounting components.

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Polarization Overview - Part 1: Polarization Basics

Polarizers are optical components designed to filter, modify, or analyze the various polarization states of light.

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What is a plate or "mirror-type" beamsplitter?

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In which thicknesses are the polarizers available?

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Introduction to Polarization

Is polarization a new topic for you? Learn about key terminology, types, and more information to help you understand polarization at Edmund Optics.

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Polarizers Review

Polarizers are used in a wide range of imaging and research and development applications.

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Optical Coherence Tomography

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a noninvasive, high-resolution optical imaging technology that creates cross-sectional images from interference signals

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