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Both metal and dielectric beamsplitter coatings are offered for glass, plastic and fiberoptic components. These films are typically designed for your specific transmission / reflection ratio, wavelength region, polarization, incident angle and incident medium. Low polarization and custom designs are available upon request. Many designs are deposited at low temperature with excellent environmental properties.

 

  • Plastic Substrates

Core Optronics offers low temperature coating processes for acrylic, polycarbonate, CR-39 and other polymer optics. Custom designs are available to meet your exact spectral specifications.

 

  •  Glass Substrates

Glass substrates are coated with a high temperature process for maximum environmental durability in accordance with MIL-C-48497. Take advantage of our free in house coating design services to obtain beamsplitter coatings to your exact specifications.

 

  • Fiberoptic Components

Core Optronics’ low temperature processes for fiberends and other temperature sensitive devices produce dense stable films that meet extended heat and humidity requirements. Custom designs are available through our free in house design services.

 

Specifications:

Standard wavelengths are: 532 nm, 633 nm, 780 nm, 1060 nm, 1550 nm.
The examples of typical beamsplitting coatings are shown on the figures below:

 

 

Fig. 1, Beamsplitting coating, R=40% at 1500 – 1600 nm, AOI = 0°

 

Fig. 2, Beamsplitting coating, R=80% at 1500 – 1600 nm, AOI = 0°

 

Fig. 3, Beamsplitting coating, R=95% at 1550 nm, AOI = 0°

 

Core Optronics developed beamsplitting coatings for wide wavelength range. For example, the spectral curve of beamsplitting coating for a 350 - 950 nm wavelength range for an angle of incidence 45 ° is shown on figure 4.

 

Fig. 4 Beamsplitting coating for 350 – 950 nm, AOI = 45°

The spectral curve of standard 50 % beamsplitting coating for a range 450 - 650 nm for an angle of incidence 0° is shown on figure 5.

 

Fig. 5 Beamsplitting coating for 450 – 650 nm, AOI = 0°

 

The spectral characteristics of standard 50 % beamsplitting coatings for a range 450 - 650 nm for an angle of incidence 45° is shown on figures 6 and 7.

 

Fig. 6 Beamsplitting coating for 450 – 650 nm, R= 50%, AOI = 0°

 

Fig. 7 Beamsplitting coating for 450 – 650 nm, R= 50%, AOI = 0°