- Polarization Optics
- Optical Isolators
There are 44 different Optical Isolators from suppliers and manufacturers listed in this category. In just a few clicks you can compare different Optical Isolators with each other and get an accurate quote based on your needs and specifications. Please note that the prices of Optical Isolators vary significantly for different products based on various factors including technical parameters, features, brand name, etc. Please contact suppliers directly to inquire about the details and accurate pricing information for any product model. Simply navigate to the product page of interest and use the orange button to directly reach out to the respective supplier with one click.
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Optical Isolator is an optical analogue of an electrical diode which allows light transmission in only one direction. Typically, optical isolators are used in free space optical applications where parasitic light from back reflections must be eliminated or minimized. Principally, optical isolator contains a Faraday rotator which produces rotation in the polarization state by the Faraday Effect. There are two types of isolators - polarization dependent and independent. Looking at their construction, the optical isolator consists of two polarization elements (a polarizer and an analyser having a 45° differential in the direction of their light transmission axes), and of a 45° Faraday rotator interposed between the polarization elements.
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