Luminit hybrid glass light-shaping diffusers available with anti-reflective coating

May 23, 2012
Hybrid glass light-shaping diffusers offer up to 92% transmission from 350 nm to the visible light range.

Hybrid glass light-shaping diffusers offer up to 92% transmission from 350 nm to the visible light range. Able to withstand temperatures of 150°C, they are available in various angles and sizes up to 20 × 20 in on optical glass or fused silica substrates. Anti-reflective coating on one or both sides is available.
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Torrance, CA – Luminit LLC, a worldwide leader in technical innovation for shaping and diffusing light, today announced the availability of Hybrid Glass Light Shaping Diffusers.

These diffusers offer high transmission (up to 92%) from 350nm to the visible light range. They can withstand temperatures of 150°C. They are available in many angles and sizes up to 20”x 20” on optical glass or fused silica substrates. They can be made with AR coating on one or both sides. Hybrid Glass Light Shaping Diffusers are particularly valuable in applications that require higher temperature tolerance or higher scratch resistance than polymer based diffusers.

Engin Arik, PhD, President & CEO of Luminit commented “These new Hybrid Glass diffusers complement our existing line of high and ultra-high temperature/power Glasson-Glass Light Shaping Diffusers for customers that do not require those very high specifications of temperature, laser power and high UV transmission...As we broaden our customer base, we encounter requirements for additional or improved products. We are continually working on improving and expanding our product lines.”

Luminit is a privately held, high technology company specializing in custom and standard holographic diffusers based on multiple technology patents. Luminit’s commercial experience covers applications including LED lighting, architectural lighting, biomedical, semiconductor metrology, aerospace, automotive and display applications. Luminit’s Light Shaping Diffusers are available directly or through a network of domestic and international distributors.


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