Beam Splitters
Beam Splitters


Half mirrors have a uniform 1:1 ratio of reflection and transmission for both linearly polarized light and normal light source.
Low polarization cube half mirrors can be used for broadband visible and infrared light. The hybrid coating is a special combination of metallic and dielectric multilayers resulting in a low polarizing and broadband coating.
Chromium cube half mirrors consist of two rectangular prisms. One of them is coated with chromium on the hypotenuse surface.
Dielectric cube half mirrors consist of two right-angled prisms. One of them is coated with a dielectric multilayer partial reflection layer on the hypotenuse surface.
Laser line plate mirrors are plate beamsplitters optically coated on the front side of optical parallels or wedge-shaped substrates with a dielectric multilayer coating.
These half mirrors have 3 types of ultra-wideband optics for ranges from visibile to NIR, which are used for optical communication applications.
These thin beam splitters can be inserted into an optical light path without beam shift or chromatic dispersion for any light transmission application.
Chrome plate half mirrors are plate beamsplitters coated with chrome on the front side of optical parallels or wedge-shaped substrates.
Cube beamsplitter with dielectric multilayer coating on the hypotenuse face of a 45° angle prism. Reflectance : Transmittance: 1:2
Cube beamsplitter with dielectric multilayer coating on the hypotenuse face of a 45° right-angle prism. Reflectance : Transmittance: 1:3