Reynard custom optical heated windows feature high transmission from visible to far-IR

April 28, 2015
Optical heated windows utilize conductive materials such as ITO or gold to keep imaging planes or optical instrumentation windows free of moisture or fog.

Optical heated windows utilize conductive materials such as ITO or gold to keep imaging planes or optical instrumentation windows free of moisture or fog. Features include customized or standard patterns down to 5 μm line widths and high transmission in the desired wavelength spectrum from visible to far-IR. Bus bars and AR coatings are available.
Reynard Corp.
San Clemente, CA
www.reynardcorp.com

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