Frequently Asked Questions

Total internal reflection (TIR) is a phenomenon where light is reflected back into a medium when it encounters a boundary with a lower refractive index at an angle greater than the critical angle.

Anti-reflection coating on the entrance and exit surfaces of a Right Angle Prism helps to achieve high throughput by reducing the amount of light that is lost due to reflection.

A Right Angle Prism is a type of prism that is well-suited for beam deviation and retro-reflection.

Right Angle Prisms can be made from a variety of materials, including BK7, UVFS, FS, and SF2.

Right Angle Prisms are easier to mount and align than plane mirrors.

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