Frequently Asked Questions

A cube polarizing beamsplitter is an optical component that splits an incident beam of light into two beams of orthogonal polarization states.

Cube polarizing beamsplitters can be optimized for a particular wavelength to give superior performance for laser applications.

The typical transmission curve for the cube polarizing beamsplitter at 1064 nm is shown in the graph and has a percent transmission of 100% for s-pol and 0% for p-pol.

The material used for the cube polarizing beamsplitter is BK7 or UV FS.

Yes, the cube polarizing beamsplitter can be customized for other wavelengths, sizes, and configurations. Please contact the manufacturer for more information.

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