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Nd:YAG Polarization Plane Rotators

Nd:YAG Polarization Plane Rotators

As compared to a waveplate, a rotator has an intrinsic advantage of being independent of rotation around its own optical axis. A polarization plane rotator is normally used for the specific wavelength.

from 215 $
delivery Estimated delivery time: 4 - 5 days
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Code Center wavelength Rotation angle of polarization plane Price Delivery Add to cart
470-4264 266 nm 45° 270 $ 4 - 5 days
470-4269 266 nm 90° 270 $ Request
470-4354 355 nm 45° 215 $ 4 - 5 days
470-4359 355 nm 90° 215 $ 4 - 5 days
470-4534 532 nm 45° 215 $ 4 - 5 days
470-4539 532 nm 90° 215 $ 4 - 5 days
470-4644 1064 nm 45° 237 $ Request
470-4649 1064 nm 90° 237 $ Request
Material Single crystal quartz
Optical axis Normal to faces S1, S2 of rotator
Clear aperture 17 mm for 20 mm diameter
Ring mount outer diameter, D 25.4 mm + 0.0/-0.2 mm
Thickness T = 6-20 mm, (depends on wavelength and rotation angle)
Clear aperture 85% of the diameter
Surface quality 20-10 scratch & dig
Wavefront distortion λ/10
Parallelism < 10 arcsec
AR coating R < 0.2% both sides
Laser damage threshold 5J/cm2, 10 nsec, 1064 nm typical
Nd:YAG Polarization Plane Rotators Brochure
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  • made of crystalline quartz
  • intended to rotate beam polarization plane strictly to an appropriate angle using the circular birefringent effect

As compared to a waveplate, a rotator has an intrinsic advantage of being independent of rotation around its own optical axis. It needs no adjustment, only to be installed normal to the incident radiation. A polarization plane rotator is normally used for the specific wavelength. It is only slightly dependent on ambient temperature.