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Ultra-Wide Broadband Dielectric Mirrors

To complement our wide range of high performance optical coatings, LASER COMPONENTS is pleased to be working alongside Omega Optical to provide ultra-wide broadband dielectric mirrors. 

With a >99.5% average reflectivity over the spectral range 350nm to 1800nm, the ultra-wide series offers the best performance on the market with a uniformly high reflectivity over angles of incidence of 0-30° and 30-50°.

These mirrors are produced using a plasma-assisted reactive magnetron sputtering process, giving a high physical durability and temperature and humidity stability.  Custom coating and substrate designs are available, allowing for optimisation within a specific range or coating on convex or concave substrates.

Ultra-wide, broadband dielectric mirrors have many advantages in applications such as astronomy, beam steering, solar collectors, low-light applications and any other optical systems requiring high efficiency across a broad spectral range.


LASER COMPONENTS specialises in the development, manufacture, and sale of components and services in the laser and optoelectronics industry.  At LASER COMPONENTS, we have been serving customers since 1982 with sales branches in five different countries.  We have been producing in house since 1986 with production facilities in Germany, Canada, and the United States.  In-house production makes up approximately half of our sales revenue.  A family-run busi­ness, we have more than 200 employees worldwide.



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