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With recent product launches of beamsplitters, windows, and mirrors, Edmund Optics offers a comprehensive selection of components capable of withstanding the challenges posed by today's advanced Nd:YAG, Excimer, Argon-Ion, and semiconductor laser sources.

A new family of low autofluorescence non-polarising plate beamsplitters, featuring coatings designed for Nd:YAG and Argon-Ion sources, complements Edmund Optics's existing line of low- and high-power polarising cubes. The launch of high damage-threshold V-coated windows extends the existing families of fused silica, sapphire, and crystalline components. Edmund has also greatly expanded its selection of laser mirrors, including coatings designed for laser line and broadband sources in the UV, visible, and NIR parts of the spectrum.