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What are Beamsplitters?

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Beam splitters are optical components used to split incident light into two separate beams at a designated ratio.

Beam splitters are very common optical components which can be used for different applications, such as interferometer, autocorrelation,camera,photographic,laser systems,illuminator systems,spectrometer systems and so on.

Types of Beamsplitters (according to component type )

Plate Beam splitters

In laser systems, it usually use dielectric coated plate beamsplitters to split incident light.

What are Beamsplitters

Cube/prism Beam splitters

In camera,projector, it usually use cube beamsplitters to split incident light.

What are Beamsplitters

Let’s see what advantages and disadvantages between plate beamsplitters and cube beamsplitters.

Types of Beamsplitters (according to coating type)

50R/50T 50% reflection, 50% transmission

30R/70T 30% reflection, 70% transmission

40R/60T 40% reflection, 60% transmission

Beam splitters are optical components used to split incident light into two separate beams at a designated ratio. Conventional beamsplitter mirror is 70 30 beam splitter,30 70 beam splitter,50 50 beam splitter, beamsplitters are very common optical components which can be used for different applications, such as interferometer, autocorrelation, camera, photographic, laser systems, illuminator systems, spectrometer systems and so on.

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What are Beamsplitters
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