Frequently Asked Questions

Retroreflector prisms are designed to deviate incident light by 180 degrees independently of an angle of incidence. They are mainly used in high precision applications or with lasers over very long distances.

Corner cube retroreflectors 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.

Yes, various dielectric coatings can be deposited upon request.

The dimensions of the retroreflector prisms vary from 16 × 10 × 5 mm to 35 × 10 × 5 mm depending on the type.

The angle tolerance for right-angle prisms is ±2 arcmin for general type and ±5 arcsec for precision type.

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