Polymicro Technologies

Phoenix, AZ 85023-1200


About Polymicro Technologies


18019 N 25th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85023-1200
United States

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Manufactures multimode, step-index silica fibers with polyimide, acrylate, and other coating; UV/solarization fiber; hard polymer clad silica fiber; hollow silica waveguides; fiber-optic cable and assemblies; high-strength, high-temperature flexible fused-silica capillaries



(Courtesy of Molex)
FIGURE 1. A new high-transmission hollow waveguide design intended for use with carbon dioxide (CO2) surgical lasers consists of a glass tube coated on its inner surface with silver and silver iodide (AgI) films, and on its outside with a protective cladding and jacket. When coupled to a CO2 laser, the fiber serves as a flexible light-delivery tool for surgeons.
Lasers & Sources

Novel Optical Fiber Applications: Hollow glass fiber for CO2 laser surgery has coincident aiming beam

A hollow silica-based optical fiber coated on its inside surface simultaneously transmits CO2 laser light and a visible aiming beam for surgery.
Photo courtesy of Laser Light Engines
FIGURE 1. A raw coil of 100-μm-core step index fiber delivering 40 W of green laser light illustrates the ability to input nearly unlimited amounts of RGB light into digital projectors and deliver up 500 W of visible light via optical fiber.
Fiber Optics

Novel Optical Fiber Applications: Fiber-delivered laser lighting: cinema, multi-projector displays, and specialty lighting

The emerging commercialization of laser-illuminated cinema, giant screen, and theme park attractions sets the stage for new applications of off-board illumination.
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Fiber Optics

Optical Fiber for Medical Applications: Improved deep-UV fiber for medical and spectroscopy applications

A new solarization-resistant silica fiber can be used even at the 214 and 265 nm absorption bands of silica and at small diameters useful for in-vivo medical applications.
FIGURE 1. Specialty fiber is made with various coatings and dual claddings to ensure that it can withstand harsh conditions (below). Fiber with polyimide coatings (above) are designed for applications that involve high-temperature.
Fiber Optics

FIBERS FOR HARSH ENVIRONMENTS: Special fibers address environmental challenges

The properties of optical fibers can be tailored to match specific operating conditions and enable fiber-optic systems to operate in a broad range of hostile settings.

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