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Beamsplitters / Combiners – Beamsplitters - either as cubes or plates - can be used to separate incoming light in two intensities, polarizations or wavelength ranges

For analytical purposes a portion can be separated from the incident beam or a selected wavelength can be extracted from or coupled into the optical path. The variety goes from simple plates to sophisticated beamsplitter assemblies. Such components are typically customized and can include custom IP.


Used in the reverse direction, combiners converge two separate light beams into one beam while filtering a specific wavelength range from each incoming beam.

Combiner

Combiner

A beamsplitter, applied on the front side of the combiner, reflects the image generated by the PGU. ... more

Dichroic Beamsplitters

Dichroic Beamsplitters

Dichroic Beamsplitters meet very narrow spectral band edge tolerances and ensure maximum spectral st... more

Transflex™

Transflex™

The splitting occurs uniformly on the entire mirror surface. Therefore the beam splitter can be inst... more

Polarizing Beamsplitters

Polarizing Beamsplitters

Projection systems based on reflective light valves are driving the need for advanced polarizing bea... more