Optometrics optical bandpass filters have center wavelengths from 340 to 1100 nm

April 14, 2016
Dyna-Film optical bandpass filters have uses in absorbance, reflectance, and transmissive applications.

Dyna-Film optical bandpass filters have uses in absorbance, reflectance, and transmissive applications. Their features include out-of-band spectral rejection of 1 × 10-4 (4 OD) average over the 200–1200 nm spectral band, center wavelengths from 340 to 1100 nm, and 0° angle of incidence. Mounted in black anodized aluminum rings, the filters offer thermal shift from 0.015 to 0.025 nm/°C.

(For more details on the filters' specifications, please visit http://www.laserfocusworld.com/content/dam/lfw/Documents/Dyna%20Film%20Capabilities%20Introduction%20Rev%201-19-16.pdf.)

Optometrics
Littleton, MA

www.optometrics.com

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