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II-VI LightSmyth™ 1525 - 1565nm, 940.07 Grooves/mm, 24 x 14mm Transmission Diffraction Grating

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II-VI LightSmyth™ Transmission Diffraction Gratings

II-VI LightSmyth™ Transmission Diffraction Gratings

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Groove Density (grooves/mm):
Groove Density Uniformity (grooves/mm):
Wavelength Range (nm):
1525 - 1565
Minimum Efficiency (%):
≥94 @ 1525 - 1565nm
Dimensions (mm):
24.00 x 14.00
Angle of Incidence (°):
46.5 ±1
Clear Aperture CA (mm):
23.00 x 13.00
Multi-Layer Dielectric Binary Etch Grating
Length (mm):
Model Number:
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Fused Silica (Corning 7980)
Surface Quality:
Thickness (mm):
0.68 ±0.050
Transmission Diffraction Grating
Width (mm):
Alignment of Grooves to Edge (°):
0.1 (typical)
S and P
S-Polarization defined with E-field parallel to the grating grooves

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Product Family Description

  • High Diffraction Efficiency (>94% Absolute) and Low Scatter
  • Polarization Independent and Single Polarization Optimized Gratings
  • Robust Inorganic Materials for Superior Power Handling and Reliability
  • Designs for NIR Wavelengths between 800 - 1800nm

II-VI LightSmyth™ Transmission Diffraction Gratings are manufactured through a precision lithographic wafer-scale fabrication process and provide excellent optical performance, low polarization sensitivity, and low scatter. These gratings have a high diffraction efficiency of ≥94%, minimizing optical losses when used in multi-pass configurations. Gratings designed for near infrared (NIR) wavelengths between 800 - 1800nm are available with all featuring a precision line density uniformity of 0.001 lines/mm. II-VI LightSmyth™ Transmission Diffraction Gratings are used in demanding applications including Spectral Beam Combining (SBC), LiDAR, optical telecommunications, pulse compression of pico- and femtosecond pulses, and spectroscopy. These gratings contain no organic materials and can be used with high power lasers and in environments up to 500 °C with no effects on performance. Please contact us for custom sizes or OEM requirements.