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Frequently asked questions

Beam splitting: Optical Splitters can split a beam of light into two or more beams. Each beam can propagate along a different path to achieve beam splitting.

Multi-channel measurement: In scientific research and experiments, Optical Splitters can be used to measure light of multiple wavelengths or spectrum ranges simultaneously, thereby improving measurement efficiency.

Image segmentation: In photography and videography, beam splitters can be used to split light into multiple channels to capture different image information or capture different wavelengths of light.

Optical Instruments: In optical instruments, beam splitters are used to direct light to different detectors or channels to enable different types of measurements and analyses.

Laser Systems: Beam splitters can be used in laser systems to split a laser beam into multiple channels for use in different applications such as medical, material processing, and communications.

Medical Imaging: In the field of medical imaging, beam splitters can be used to split the incident beam into multiple channels for taking different types of images or for multi-modal imaging.

Spectral Analysis: Beam splitters are widely used in spectral analysis to separate light of different wavelengths for accurate spectral measurements.

Beam splitters are usually made of a variety of materials. Optolong's beam splitters are mainly made of two material substrates, B270, and float glass.

Yes, Optolong's T30/R70 beamsplitter operates in the 400-800nm wavelength range, while the T50/R50 beamsplitter operates in the 420-680nm wavelength range.

These specifications demonstrate that Optolong's beamsplitters can meet a wide range of spectral needs, including parts of the UV and IR ranges.

Clean regularly: Dirt and dirt can accumulate on the surface of the beam splitter, which can affect its performance.

Use a suitable optical cleaner and a lint-free cloth or optical paper for cleaning. Avoid using any rough materials that may scratch the surface or affect the coating.

Avoid Scratches and Physical Damage: The optical surfaces of the beam splitter are very sensitive and any physical contact that could cause scratches or cracks should be avoided.

Proper Storage: When not in use, the beam splitter should be stored in a dry, clean environment away from dust and moisture. It's best to use padded containers for storage and avoid direct contact with hard surfaces.

Avoid chemical damage: Certain chemicals may damage the beam splitter coating. Avoid contact with harmful chemicals during cleaning and storage.

Check the coating: Regularly check the coating of the beam splitter mirror for peeling or damage, which may affect its performance.

Control environmental conditions: When using and storing beam splitters, environmental conditions, such as temperature and humidity, should be controlled to prevent material aging or performance degradation.

Yes, Optolong offers custom beam splitter and polarizing beam splitter solutions for specific application needs. If you need customized services, you can contact Optolong via email at [email protected].

Their professional team can provide customized services based on your specific needs to ensure that the beam splitter mirror meets your application requirements.

T30/R70 Beamsplitter: The band range is 400-800nm
T50/R50 Beamsplitter: The band range is 420-680nm
You can choose a specific wavelength according to your needs and contact Optolong for customization.