Founded in 1998 and located in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, Iridian is a world leader in optical filter solutions for a wide range of applications. Iridian’s highly advanced, proprietary thin-film design deposition and manufacturing technology delivers durable high performance optics for use in telecommunications and datacenters, Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy, mid IR applications such as gas sensors, as well as astronomy and space. Iridian supports customers throughout their product’s development cycle; from initial prototyping to volume manufacturing, our automated production facility is able to ensure that the most cost effective optical solutions are found. Iridian also offers an extensive online catalogue of our standard products.
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