High-Quality Optical Diffusers for Uniform Light Distribution
Frequently Asked Questions
Diffusers are used to scatter and homogenize light, creating a uniform intensity distribution. They are commonly used in applications such as microscopy, lithography, and spectroscopy.
Diffusers can be made of a variety of materials, including glass, plastic, and fused silica. The choice of material depends on factors such as the desired degree of scatter, the amount of light transmitted, and the uniformity of the intensity distribution.
When choosing a diffuser, consider factors such as the degree of scatter, the amount of light transmitted, and the uniformity of the intensity distribution. Some diffusers may be optimized for specific wavelengths or applications. Consult with an optics expert or manufacturer to ensure that you choose the right diffuser for your application.
Ground glass diffusers are made by physically grinding the surface of a glass plate, while holographic diffusers use holographic technology to create a diffraction grating pattern on the surface of the diffuser. Holographic diffusers typically offer higher performance and better uniformity than ground glass diffusers, but may be more expensive.
Transmission diffusers transmit light through the diffuser material, while reflection diffusers reflect light off the surface of the diffuser. Transmission diffusers are typically used for applications that require high transmission and low scatter, while reflection diffusers are used for applications that require high reflectivity and low scatter.
Our diffusers category offers a wide selection of high-quality optical diffusers for uniform light distribution. Diffusers are used to scatter and homogenize light, creating a uniform intensity distribution. These diffusers offer excellent light transmission, low scatter, and durability, making them ideal for use in a variety of applications, including microscopy, lithography, and spectroscopy. Explore our selection and find the right diffusers for your needs.
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