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II-VI LightSmyth™ Transmission Diffraction Gratings
  • High Diffraction Efficiency (>94% Absolute) and Low Scatter
  • Polarization Independent and Single Polarization Optimized Gratings
  • Robust Inorganic Materials for Superior Power Handling and Reliability
  • Designs for NIR Wavelengths between 800 - 1800nm
Transmission Gratings Transmission Gratings
  • Low Polarization Sensitivity
  • Ideal for In-Line Configurations
UV Transmission Gratings UV Transmission Gratings
  • Multiple Diffraction Angles Available
  • UV Grade Fused Silica Substrate
  • Ideal for Fixed Grating Applications
Transmission Grating Beamsplitters Transmission Grating Beamsplitters
  • Ideal for Laser Beam Division
  • Designed for 0 Degree AOI
  • Low Groove Density for Maximized Beam Separation

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  What are diffraction gratings?
A diffraction grating separates polychromatic (or multiple wavelengths) light into its component wavelengths by diffraction. Diffraction is a process in which light incident to a surface with dimensions similar in size to its wavelength is dispersed at certain angles. These diffraction angles are dependent upon the wavelength of light. Thus, polychromatic light will have a separate diffraction angle for each individual wavelength. This difference in diffraction angle is what separates light into its component wavelengths.
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