Various variable attenuators for linearly polarized laser beam are available. Continuously variable attenuators /beamsplitters are comprised of 2 high performance optics components (multiple order half waveplate and cube polarizing beamsplitters or achromatic air-spaced waveplate and glan-taylor laser polarizing prism) for different laser applications. Variable attenuators for linearly polarized laser beam with high performance optics (multiple, zero order optically contacted or air-spaced waveplates and thin film brewster types polarizers) are available for Nd:YAG Laser applications, femtosecond applications and high power femtosecond applications.
Continuously variable attenuator is designed for down to 100 fs laser pulses. It consists of high-performance polarizing cube beamsplitter and λ/2 waveplate, placed into precision opto-mechanical holder.
Variable attenuators with ø 17 mm clear aperture composed of two thin film Brewster type polarizers and a waveplate mounted into precision opto-mechanics. Attenuator design allows to control the intensity between two exit beams over a wide dynamic range.
Motorized variable attenuators with ø 17 mm clear aperture, composed of two thin film Brewster type polarizers and λ/2 waveplate mounted into precision motorized rotation mount. Attenuators are design for many of popular laser wavelengths.
Motorized variable attenuators with ø 10 mm clear aperture allowing to continuously vary the intensity ratio of exiting s-pol and p-pol beams. Attenuators consist of thin film polarizer, high-performance waveplate and precision opto-mechanics.
Motorized variable attenuators with ø 22 mm clear aperture, composed of thin film polarizers, half waveplates and opto-mechanics for easy setup. Motorized rotation of the waveplate allows continuous variation of the intensity ratio of the output beams.
Manual and motorized attenuators providing continuous beam splitting over 750-850 nm and 980-1080 nm broadband wavelength ranges. Consist of two thin film polarizers and a zero order air-spaced waveplate mounted into precision opto-mechanics.