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50mm Dia. 320 - 450nm Broadband λ/10 Mirror

TECHSPEC Broadband Dielectric λ/10 Mirrors

TECHSPEC Broadband Dielectric λ/10 Mirrors
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Coating:
Dielectric Mirror (320-450nm)
Coating Specification:
Ravg >98% @ 340 - 488nm (0°, All Polarizations)
Ravg >98% @ 320 - 450nm (45°, All Polarizations)
Ravg >99% @ 320 - 450nm (45°, S-Polarization)
Wavelength Range (nm):
320 - 450
Diameter (mm):
50.00 +0.00/-0.20
Surface Flatness (P-V):
λ/10
Substrate: Many glass manufacturers offer the same material characteristics under different trade names. Learn More
Fused Silica (Corning 7980)
Back Surface:
Fine Grind
Surface Quality:
20-10
Coating Type:
Dielectric
Angle of Incidence (°):
0-45
Clear Aperture (%):
90
Edges:
Ground, 0.5mm max bevel
Parallelism (arcmin):
<3
Thickness (mm):
10.00 ±0.20
Type:
Flat Mirror
Damage Threshold, By Design: Damage threshold for optical components varies by substrate material and coating. Click here to learn more about this specification.
0.5 J/cm2 @ 355nm, 20ns, 20Hz

Regulatory Compliance

RoHS 2015:
Reach 209:
Certificate of Conformance:

Product Family Description

  • Enhanced Reflectivity and LIDT over Metallic Coatings
  • Average Reflectivity >99% Over Broad UV, Visible, and NIR Wavelengths
  • Designed for all Polarization States from 0 – 45° AOI

TECHSPEC® Broadband Dielectric λ/10 Mirrors are ideal for beam steering or reflection applications utilizing multiple laser sources. These dielectrically optical mirrors feature greater than 99% reflection, significantly better than that of metal coated mirrors, and increases system performance by minimizing energy loss. The highly durable fused silica substrate offers a low coefficient of thermal expansion and a high resistance to abrasion. TECHSPEC Broadband Dielectric λ/10 Mirrors are designed for applications from the UV to the near-infrared spectra.