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Brewster Windows

Brewster Windows

Used in laser cavity to transmit 100% of p-polarized component without reflection losses and to introduce losses for s-polarized component. Total reflection of s-polarized component is up to 22 % for UVFS and up to 26% for N-BK7 at 1064 nm.

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delivery Estimated delivery time: 4 - 5 days
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BK7 Brewster Windows
Code Minor axis D Thickness T Material Price Delivery Add to cart
410-0082 8 mm 2 mm BK7 58 $ Request
410-0123 12,5 mm 3 mm BK7 72 $ Request
410-0255 25 mm 5 mm BK7 83 $ 4 - 5 days
410-0408 40 mm 8 mm BK7 109 $ 4 - 5 days
410-0508 50 mm 8 mm BK7 143 $ Request
UVFS Brewster Windows
Code Minor axis D Thickness T Material Price Delivery Add to cart
410-1082 8 mm 2 mm UV FS 77 $ 4 - 5 days
410-1123 12,5 mm 3 mm UV FS 96 $ 4 - 5 days
410-1255 25 mm 5 mm UV FS 160 $ 4 - 5 days
410-1408 40 mm 8 mm UV FS 215 $ Request
410-1508 50 mm 8 mm UV FS 275 $ Request

Material

BK7, UV FS

Surface quality

 20-10 scratch & dig (MIL-PRF-13830B)

Wavefront distortion

λ/10 @ 633 nm

Clear aperture

90% of diameter

Parallelism

< 10 arcsec

Axis tolerance

+0.00, -0.12 mm

Thickness tolerance

±0.2 mm

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Brewster window polarizer is used in the laser cavity to transmit 100% of p-polarized component without reflection losses and to introduce losses for s-polarized component.

 

Total reflection of s-polarized component from the Brewster window is up to 22 % for UVFS and up to 26% for N-BK7 at 1064 nm.