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Optical glass mirror
Shandong Yanggu Constant Crystal Optics,Inc
Substrate Material: BK7 or Fused silicaDimension: Dia.25.4 (+0/-0.2) x 6.35 (+/-0.2) mm (typically)Flatness: L/4 commonly, L/10 for laser applicationSurface quality: 20-10 (subatrate for laser application), 60-40 commonlyParallelism: < 1 arc minuteClear aperture: >85%Protective chamferFront side dichroic coatedBack side AR ...
  • Diameter: 25 mm
  • Thickness: 1 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/10
  • Surface Quality: 40-20 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 1 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 50.8 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 50.8 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 50.8 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 50.8 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet
Hot Mirrors are used in applications when there is the requirement to separate visible light from heat. The hot mirror accomplishes this by reflecting the heat. The use of Borosilicate type glass allows operation in high temperatures. Operation at an AOI of 0º is preferred. The most common wavelength range for an average ...
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Thickness: 3.3 mm
  • Surface Flatness: lambda/2
  • Surface Quality: 80-50 scratch-dig
  • Transmission: 85 %
  • ...
Data Sheet

Did You know?

Hot mirrors are constructed by applying a thin dielectric film coating to a substrate so that it reflects IR radiation and transmits visible light while cold mirrors do the opposite. Both Hot and Cold Mirrors are designed specifically for an angle of incidence ranging from 0 to 45 degrees and can be manufactured from multi-layer dielectric coatings or thin films. Cold mirrors can be utilized as dichroic beam splitters with laser systems to reflect visible light while transmitting IR. Hot mirrors are also now utilized for incandescent bulbs thereby increasing its efficiency by redirecting unwanted infrared frequencies back to the filament while transmitting the useful visible radiation.