Raicol Crystals to showcase rubidium titanyl phosphate crystals and devices for electro-optics at SPIE DSS 2014

April 29, 2014
A line of rubidium titanyl phosphate (RTP) electro-optics cells (Pockels cells) are based on two RTP elements in a temperature-compensating design.

A line of rubidium titanyl phosphate (RTP) electro-optics cells (Pockels cells) are based on two RTP elements in a temperature-compensating design. Typical uses include Q-switching, phase and amplitude modulation, pulse picking, cavity dumping, shutters, attenuation, and deflection. Specifications include a 500–3000 nm wavelength range and -50° to 80°C operating temperature range. Large apertures up to 15 × 15 mm2 are available.

SPIE DSS booth number: 1131

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Contact:Raicol Crystals
Headquarters: Rosh HaAyin, Israel
Product: RTP electro-optics cells
Key Features: Temperature-compensating design

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