PPD Beam Splitters
Perkins Precision Developments (PPD) manufactures polarizing and non-polarizing beam splitters, beam splitter cubes, dichroic laser mirrors, prism polarizers, partial reflectors and output couplers for both R&D and OEM applications. Because we utilize Ion Beam Sputtered (IBS) coating technology, our beam splitters and beam splitter assemblies are environmentally stable, thus there is no spectral shift caused by either time, moisture or temperature. As with all of our precision laser optics and optical assemblies, PPD's laser-line and broadband beam splitters and output couplers exhibit both low absorption and high damage thresholds (20J!), making them ideal for use with high energy Nd:YAG and fibers lasers as well as other high-power pulsed and CW laser systems.
PPD Beam Splitters
|N-BK7, CaF2, UV Fused Silica, Fused Silica
|Max Beam Deviation:
|Size (Linear Dimension):
High damage threshold
Accurate & Repeatable
Durable, easy to clean
Low-loss ARs to R < 0.1%
Laser-line beam splitters
Broadband beam splitters
Beam splitter cubes
Thin film plate beam splitters
Plano or curved substrates
Polarizing Beam splitters
Non-polarizing Beam splitters
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, PPD's beam splitters and beam splitter assemblies are environmentally stable, thus there is no spectral shift caused by either time, moisture or temperature.
PPD's beam splitters can be used for laser-line beam splitters, broadband beam splitters, beam splitter cubes, thin film plate beam splitters, plano or curved substrates, partial reflectors, output couplers, dichroic mirrors, polarizing beam splitters, and non-polarizing beam splitters.
PPD's beam splitters exhibit high damage thresholds, accuracy and repeatability, durability, low absorption, and RoHS compliance. They also have low-loss anti-reflection (AR) coatings to R < 0.1%.
PPD utilizes Ion Beam Sputtered (IBS) coating technology for their beam splitters and beam splitter assemblies.
PPD manufactures polarizing and non-polarizing beam splitters, beam splitter cubes, dichroic laser mirrors, prism polarizers, partial reflectors, and output couplers.