Anti-Reflective Coatings
NACL offers a full catalog of AR coatings from 300nm to 12um. We specialize in polymer optic coatings but can coat a full range of optical materials.
  • Coating Layers: Single-layer, Multi-layer
  • Angle Of Incidence (AOI): 0 degree, 45 degree
  • Wavelength Range: 300 - 12000 nm
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IBS Coating
Laser Components USA, Inc.
The ion beam sputtering (IBS) coating process is used in highly demanding coatings. Like no other technology, the process parameters, auch as energy input, layer growth rate, and level of oxidation, can be exactly and independently set. The desired layer structures can be produced very precisely and with a high reproducibility.
  • Coating Layers: Multi-layer
  • Angle Of Incidence (AOI): Not Specified
  • Wavelength Range: 260 - 3000 nm
Data Sheet

Did You know?

As light passes through an uncoated glass substrate, approximately 4% will be reflected at each interface. Antireflection coatings, also known as AR coatings, are a type of coating used on mirrors, lenses and other optical components to minimize the back reflection from the optic. In typical imaging systems, this improves efficiency because less light is lost. In other optical systems, such as telescopes, antireflection coatings also improve image contrast by elimination of stray light. Other examples include anti-glare coatings on corrective lenses and camera lens elements, and antireflective coatings on solar cells.