Frequently Asked Questions

An achromatic waveplate is similar to a zero-order waveplate, but the two plates are made from different materials, which allows for the retardation values to be specified at a wavelength range.

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

The achromatic waveplate is designed for three different wavelength ranges: VIS (465-650nm), NIR (700-1000nm), and IR (1200-1650nm).

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

The diameter of the half waveplate is 25.4mm, with a diameter tolerance of +0.0; -0.1 mm.

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