Femtoline Polarizing Optics
Femtoline polarizing optics includes round and rectangular thin film laser polarizers, zero order optically contacted or air-spaced waveplates, low order and multiple order waveplates, dual wavelength waveplates, polarization plane rotators, group velocity delay compensation calcite plates, variable attenuators for femtosecond linearly polarized laser pulses .
Femtoline Thin Film Laser Polarizers (Round)
Thin Film Polarizers (Round) seperate s- and p-polarization components. They can be used as an alternative to Glan laser polarizing prisms or cube polarizing beamsplitters due to the high damage threshold reaching 100 mJ/cm2, at 800 nm, 50 fsec.
Femtoline Thin Film Laser Polarizers (Rectangular)
Thin Film Polarizers (Rectangular) seperate s- and p-polarization components. Thin Film Polarizers can be used as an alternative to Glan laser polarizing prisms or cube polarizing beamsplitters.
Femtoline Zero Order Optically Contacted Wave Plates
Zero Order Plates are comprised of two different plates cut parallel to their optical axis. This construction makes plates less dependent on temperature.
Femtoline Zero Order Air-Spaced Wave Plates
For high power applications, made of single crystal quartz, Ø17 clear aperture.
Femtoline Zero Order Dual Wavelength Wave Plates
These Zero Order Dual Wavelength Plates are used for Ti:Sapphire and Yb:KGW/KYW lasers.
Femtoline Multiple Order Dual Wavelength Wave Plates
Laser damage threshold is >100mJ/cm2, 50 fsec pulse, 800nm typical, a ∅17mm of ∅20mm clear aperture, made of single crystal quartz.
Femtoline Low Order Wave Plates
Low Order Plates are less temperature sensitive and temperature dependent than Multiple Order Plates. These plates are suitable for high power applications.
Femtoline Polarization Plane Rotators
Intended to rotate beam polarization plane strictly to an appropriate angle using the circular birefringent effect, made of crystalline quartz.
Group Velocity Delay Compensation Plates
These Compensation plates, made of Calcite, are available with different orientation for different Group Velocity Delay compensation - starting from tens of femtosecond up to tens of picosecond delay compensation.
Variable Attenuator for Femtosecond Linearly Polarized Laser Beam 990-0070
Divides laser beam into two parallel beams of manually adjustable intensity ratio, large dynamic range, negligible transmitted beam deviation, high optical damage threshold.
Variable Attenuator for Femtosecond Linearly Polarized Laser Beam 990-0071
Divides laser beam into two beams separated by 68° of manually adjustable intensity ratio, large dynamic range, negligible transmitted beam deviation.