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Diffraction Gratings

LASER COMPONENTS offers ruled and holographic diffraction gratings, covering the UV, visible and near infra-red range from partners Optometrics. For custom and OEM applications, patented filtered diffraction gratings can be produced to isolate the desired spectral band prior to diffraction. Filtering the undesired spectral band prior or diffraction minimises second order and ray scattering effects, maximising the spectral dynamic range.

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This custom solution eliminates the need for additional optical filters, reducing the number of components required, ideal for space limited systems. Filtered diffraction gratings can be produced for custom wavelength ranges and in customer specified sizing, well suited for mid to high volume production.

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