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Hemispherical Prism made form IR Grade sapphire Diameter 25.4mm+/-0.01mm Radius    12.7mm+/-0.005mm Thickness 12.7mm+/-0.05mm Surfave Quality S/D-60/40 Per MIL-PRF-13830B Chamfers: no chamfers
  • Material: Sapphire
  • Length: - mm
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Height: 12.7 mm
  • Thickness: 12.7 mm
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Retroreflectors are trihedral prisms, Commonly referred to as corner cubes, the prisms most sold available in three different sizes (Ø10.0 mm, Ø25.4 mm, or Ø50.0 mm). Retroreflectors reflect an image or beam back toward its original direction via three total internal reflections (TIR). The beam or image will be inverted and reflected ...
  • Material: FS, BK7, UVFS, Ge
  • Length: 0 mm
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Height: 19.0 mm
  • Thickness: 10 mm
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Corner Cube Reflectors
Crysmit Photonics CO.,Ltd
Corner Cube Retro Reflector operates on the principle of Total Internal Reflection (TIR). An incident beam will be reflected parallel to itself by the three roof surfaces. The reflection is insensitive to the incident angle, even when the incident beam enters the prism off normal axis, there will still be a strict 180deg reflection.
  • Material: UVFS
  • Length: 50 mm
  • Diameter: 50 mm
  • Height: 10 mm
  • Thickness: 5 mm
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Corner Cube Retro-Reflectors operate on the principle of total internal reflection (TIR). A beam entering the effective aperture is reflected by the three roof surfaces and emerges from the entrance / exit surface parallel to itself. This property is independent of orientation of the retro-reflector, within acceptance angle ...
  • Material: CaF2
  • Length: - mm
  • Diameter: - mm
  • Height: - mm
  • Thickness: - mm
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RMI Corner Cube Retro-Reflectors
Rocky Mountain Instrument Co.
Corner Cube Retro-Reflectors operate on the principle of total internal reflection (TIR). A beam entering the effective aperture is reflected by the three roof surfaces and emerges from the entrance / exit surface parallel to itself. This property is independent of orientation of the retro-reflector, within acceptance angle ...
  • Material: BK7, FS, UVFS
  • Length: - mm
  • Diameter: - mm
  • Height: - mm
  • Thickness: - mm
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Reftroreflector prisms by STANDA. Right-angle prisms - retroreflectors are often preferable to an inclined mirror in applications involving severe acoustic or inertial loads, because they are easier to mount, and deform much less than mirror in response to external mechanical stress.As long as acceptance angle limitations for TIR ...
  • Material: BK7
  • Length: 35 mm
  • Diameter: - mm
  • Height: 10 mm
  • Thickness: 5 mm
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Reftroreflector prisms by STANDA. Right-angle prisms - retroreflectors are often preferable to an inclined mirror in applications involving severe acoustic or inertial loads, because they are easier to mount, and deform much less than mirror in response to external mechanical stress.As long as acceptance angle limitations for TIR ...
  • Material: BK7
  • Length: 25 mm
  • Diameter: - mm
  • Height: 10 mm
  • Thickness: 4 mm
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Reftroreflector prisms by STANDA. Right-angle prisms - retroreflectors are often preferable to an inclined mirror in applications involving severe acoustic or inertial loads, because they are easier to mount, and deform much less than mirror in response to external mechanical stress.As long as acceptance angle limitations for TIR ...
  • Material: BK7
  • Length: 22 mm
  • Diameter: - mm
  • Height: 16 mm
  • Thickness: 8 mm
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Reftroreflector prisms by STANDA. Right-angle prisms - retroreflectors are often preferable to an inclined mirror in applications involving severe acoustic or inertial loads, because they are easier to mount, and deform much less than mirror in response to external mechanical stress.As long as acceptance angle limitations for TIR ...
  • Material: BK7
  • Length: 18 mm
  • Diameter: - mm
  • Height: 8 mm
  • Thickness: 4 mm
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Retroreflector prisms by STANDA.BK7 or UVFS Corner cube retroreflectors designed to deviate incident light by 180 degrees independently of an angle of incidence. These prisms have 3 mirror surfaces making angles of 90 deg to each other, juxtaposed to form the corner of a cube with the entrance face perpendicular to cube diagonal. All ...
  • Material: UVFS
  • Length: 19.0 mm
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Height: 19.0 mm
  • Thickness: 19.0 mm
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Retroreflector prisms by STANDA.BK7 or UVFS Corner cube retroreflectors designed to deviate incident light by 180 degrees independently of an angle of incidence. These prisms have 3 mirror surfaces making angles of 90 deg to each other, juxtaposed to form the corner of a cube with the entrance face perpendicular to cube diagonal. All ...
  • Material: BK7
  • Length: 28.5 mm
  • Diameter: 38.1 mm
  • Height: 28.5 mm
  • Thickness: 28.5 mm
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Retroreflector prisms by STANDA.BK7 or UVFS Corner cube retroreflectors designed to deviate incident light by 180 degrees independently of an angle of incidence. These prisms have 3 mirror surfaces making angles of 90 deg to each other, juxtaposed to form the corner of a cube with the entrance face perpendicular to cube diagonal. All ...
  • Material: UVFS, BK7
  • Length: NA mm
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Height: 19 mm
  • Thickness: NA mm
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Reftroreflector prisms by STANDA. Right-angle prisms - retroreflectors are often preferable to an inclined mirror in applications involving severe acoustic or inertial loads, because they are easier to mount, and deform much less than mirror in response to external mechanical stress.As long as acceptance angle limitations for TIR ...
  • Material: BK7
  • Length: 16 mm
  • Diameter: NA mm
  • Height: 10 mm
  • Thickness: 5 mm
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Did You know?

There are several different types of retroreflectors such as Corner Cube, Cat’s Eye, Phase Conjugate Mirror, etc. Retroreflectors are used in situations where there is a need to reflect the light back to the source with minimal deflection. Applications include free-space optical communications networks, satellite tracking as well as laser spectroscopy experiments. A key property of the corner-cube reflector is that the entering ray is reflected back with a precisely inverted independent of the angle of incidence.