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25.4mm Dia., Uncoated, IR Ultrafast Thin Window

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Coating:
Uncoated
Diameter (mm):
25.40 +0.00/-0.10
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Fused Silica IR Grade
Index of Refraction nd:
1.458
Surface Quality:
20-10
Thickness (mm):
1.00 ±0.10
Type:
Ultrafast Window
Bevel:
Protective as needed
Clear Aperture (%):
90
Transmitted Wavefront, P-V:
≤λ/6
Abbe Number (vd):
67.8
Parallelism (arcsec):
≤30
Wavelength Range (nm):
200 - 3500
Fused Silica Grade:
7979 0G
Edges:
Fine Ground
Type of Window:
Glass

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Product Family Description

  • 1mm Thickness for Limited GDD
  • Low Loss Broadband IBS Anti-Reflection Coating
  • Designs for Wavelengths from 370nm to 2200nm
  • Coating GDD of ±30fs2
  • UV or IR Grade Fused Silica Substrates

TECHSPEC® Ultrafast Thin Windows are designed with a 1mm thickness to have limited group delay dispersion (GDD), making them ideal for ultrafast laser applications. These thin windows are available coated on both surfaces with an ion-beam sputtered (IBS) broadband antireflection coating optimized to provide low reflectance at wavelength ranges between 370nm to 2.2μm. The IBS coating process also provides these windows with lower absorption losses and scatter than conventionally coated anti-reflection windows. TECHSPEC Ultrafast Thin Windows can also be used in general optical applications that require high-performance optical windows with a small form factor. Uncoated Thin Window substrates (UV Fused Silica or IR Grade Fused Silica) are available to offer the flexibility of custom coatings to meet your application requirements, please contact us for more information.

IR grade fused silica differs from UV grade fused silica by its reduced amount of OH- ions, resulting in higher transmission throughout the NIR spectrum and reduction of transmission in the UV spectrum.