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10mm VIS, 70R/30T, Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitter

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Beam Deviation (arcmin):
≤2
Bevel:
Protective bevel as needed
Clear Aperture (%):
>90
Coating:
VIS
Coating Specification:
Ravg <0.5% @ 430 - 670nm
Construction:
Cube
Dimensions (mm):
10.0 x 10.0 x 10.0 ±0.1
Reflection/Transmission Ratio (R/T):
70/30
Substrate: Many glass manufacturers offer the same material characteristics under different trade names. Learn More
N-BK7
Surface Quality:
40-20
Type:
Non-Polarizing Beamsplitter
Wavelength Range (nm):
430 - 670
|Ts-Tp|:
<6%
Absolute Transmission (%):
25 ±10
Average Transmission (%):
25 ±5
Power (fringes) @ 632.8nm:
1.25
Irregularity (fringes) @ 632.8nm:
0.25

Regulatory Compliance

RoHS:
Certificate of Conformance:

Product Family Description

  • Low Polarization Dependence: |Ts-Tp|<6%
  • Constructed from High Tolerance Right Angle Prisms
  • BBAR Coated Faces for Maximum Efficiency
  • C-Mounted Visible and NIR Cube Beamsplitters Also Available

TECHSPEC® Broadband Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters consist of a pair of precision high tolerance right angle prisms cemented together with a metallic dielectric coating on the hypotenuse of one of the prisms. The low polarization dependence of the metallic dielectric hybrid coating allows the transmission and reflection of S- and P-polarization states to be within 6% of each other. These beamsplitters feature anti-reflection (AR) coatings to maximize transmission across wavelengths ranging from 400-1620nm. TECHSPEC® Broadband Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters are spectrally flat across their specified wavelength ranges, reducing effects caused by changes in the angle of incidence or converging/diverging beams. These beamsplitters are ideal for applications that require splitting of light, such as interferometers and polarimeters.