Frequently Asked Questions

The Dichroic Glass Filter is a color separation filter that reflects unwanted frequencies instead of absorbing them, providing sharp separation between transmission and reflection.

The Dichroic Glass Filters are far more durable than dyed plastic or gel-coated types due to the hard dielectric film created by thin layers of metallic oxides.

Yes, these filters can withstand the heat and UV energy from high-energy light sources.

Yes, they are available in custom designs, colors, angles of incidence, substrates, dimensions, and coatings.

The Dichroic Glass Filters are suitable for a wide range of applications including fluorescence microscopy, UV-VIS irradiation, camera imaging, stage lighting, architectural lighting, projection displays, color enlargers, and photocopiers.

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