Beamsplitter is An optical component designed to separate collimated light into a specific ratio of transmissions. Examples include a variety of cube beamsplitters and plate beamsplitters.
Plate Beamsplitters are used to split incident light into two separate components. When positioned at a 45° angle of incidence, a portion of the light striking the Plate Beamsplitter is transmitted, while another portion is reflected.
Non-Polarizing Plate Beamsplitters are insensitive to input beam polarization. These beamsplitters feature high damage thresholds and can be integrated into a variety of laser applications.
Cube Beamsplitters are a type of beamsplitter used in many life science or laser applications. Cube Beamsplitters are used to split incident light into two separate components. Cube Beamsplitters are durable, easy to mount beamsplitters that feature equal optical path lengths
Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters offer users the ability to split light evenly into orthogonal paths regardless of the incoming polarization state. These cubes are designed with a metallic-dielectric hybrid coating that yields less than a 3% difference in transmission for S-polarized and P-polarized light