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    Non-Polarizing Beamsplitters

    Non-Polarizing Beamsplitters are used to split incident light by a specific percentage that is independent of polarization. Polarizing Beamsplitters are Beamsplitters designed to split light without altering the S and P-polarization states. Polarization Beamsplitters are commonly used in applications including interferometry, life science instrumentation, or laser beam manipulation. Edmund Optics offers a variety of Non-Polarizing Beamsplitters in configurations including plate, cube, or lateral displacement.


    Broadband Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters
    • Low Polarization Dependence Coating
    • Constructed from High Tolerance Right Angle Prisms
    • BBAR Coated Faces for Maximum Efficiency
    • C-Mounted Visible and NIR Cube Beamsplitters Also Available

    Laser Line Non-Polarizing Plate Beamsplitters
    • High Laser Damage Thresholds
    • Low GDD Coatings for Femtosecond Applications
    • Insensitive to Input Beam’s Polarization State

    C-Mounted Cube Beamsplitters
    • Simplifies Mounting and Alignment
    • Standard Female C-Mount Threaded Holes
    • Standard and Non-Polarizing Beamsplitter Options
    • Additional C-Mounted Beamsplitters, Filters, and Mirrors Available
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    Laser Line Non-Polarizing Cube Beamsplitters
    • <3% Transmission Difference for S and P Polarization States
    • AR Coated <0.25% on Entrance and Exit Faces
    • Nd:YAG and HeNe Options
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    Laser Line Non-Polarizing Plate Beamsplitters
    • Insensitive to Input Beam Polarization
    • High Damage Threshold
    • Precision UV Fused Silica Substrate

    Lateral Displacement Beamsplitters
    • Visible and NIR Coating Options Offered
    • Simplifies Benchtop Layout
    • Split Incident Beam into Two Displaced Parallel Beams

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