Frequently Asked Questions

The main difference between an achromatic waveplate and a zero-order waveplate is that the former is made from two different materials, while the latter is made from a single material.

An achromatic waveplate is a type of waveplate that is made from two different materials, such as crystal quartz and magnesium fluoride, to reduce sensitivity to wavelength change.

The two types of achromatic waveplates are airspaced and cemented, based on the contact methods of the two plates.

The wavelength range for the achromatic waveplate is VIS:465-650nm; NIR:700-1000nm; IR:1200-1650.

The diameter of the half waveplate is 12.7mm, with a diameter tolerance of +0.0; -0.1 mm.

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