Frequently Asked Questions

The difference between an achromatic waveplate and a zero-order waveplate is that the two plates of an achromatic waveplate are made from different materials, which allows for low sensitivity to wavelength change.

An achromatic waveplate is similar to a zero-order waveplate, but it is made from two different materials, such as crystal quartz and magnesium fluoride.

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

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

The diameter of the quarter waveplate is 10.0mm, with a diameter tolerance of +0.0; -0.1 mm.

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