Edmund Optics has introduced its new Low Loss Laser Mirrors. These optical mirrors are used in laser applications that require maximum reflectance at a given wavelength range and angle of incidence. Durable Low Loss Laser Mirrors feature high damage thresholds, 12J/cm2, 10nm at 1,064nm, to withstand applications in harsh environments.
Low Loss Laser Mirrors feature greater than 99.9 per cent reflectivity at most Nd:YAG and Ti:Sapphire laser lines. Ion beam sputtered (IBS) coatings provide high repeatability and tight tolerances. IBS coatings offer higher density, higher damage thresholds and superior durability than comparable reflectance coating technologies. The RoHS compliant optical mirrors are manufactured with a UV Fused Silica substrate and a 1/8λ surface accuracy to maintain excellent image quality.
Low Loss Laser Mirrors are designed for 0° or 45° angles of incidence. They are resistant to many environmental conditions including heat, humidity and pressure which makes them ideal for a wide variety of harsh environmental applications.
Low Loss Laser Mirrors are available with a diameter of 25.4mm for 355nm, 532nm and 1,064nm wavelengths.