Mirrors
Mirrors


These substrates are mainly used as the primary mirror in a reflecting telescope or as reflection mirror of a collimating optical system light-source.

A parabolic mirror is a curved mirror that converts diverging light from one point of the light source into parallel light.

In general, an ellipsoid has two focal points and the light that passes through one focal point also passes through the other focal point after being reflected from the elliptical surface. According to this principle, when a light source is directed to one focal point, it is possible to collect light in the other focal point.

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Mirror for use in the optical system of a high energy Yb pulse laser.

Mirrors with high surface accuracy are realized by optimizing the conditions of substrate, thickness and coating.

Frameless mounting is designed to minimize the product footprint and maximize the front surface area of the mirror used.

Gold (Au) coated reflective mirrors have a high reflectance over a wide infrared range.

This is a vapor-deposited aluminum flat mirror in which the substrate has been polished to a high degree of accuracy and is designed for high reflectivity at any angle of incidence.

This is a vapor-deposited aluminum flat mirror in which the substrate has been polished to a high degree of accuracy and is designed for high reflectivity at any angle of incidence.