Our stock products are being manufactured in our plants continuously in order to provide you a shortest lead time as possible.
In the following table you may find typical lead times. They may vary depending on quantity and raw material availability. Some products are having an interchangeable parts.
You will receive an accurate delvery date on your order confirmation after you ordered.
|Optomechanics||Average 2 - 5 weeks*|
|Optics||Average 2 - 5 weeks*|
|Motorized Stages||Average 3 - 6 weeks*|
|System||Average 3 – 6 weeks*|
*This is an average typical lead time. For more details, please ask to: email@example.com
The stock availability for this product is limited at the moment. Please contact the sales team for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Estimated average shipping time is 2 - 10 working days. For urgent shipping please contact the sales team at email@example.com. Extra charges may applies.
At this time pre-manufactured parts are already available for a quick assembly.
The typical lead times is estimated at 1 - 3 weeks after your order, depending on quantity.
You will receive an accurate delivery date on your order confirmation after you ordered.
For more details, please ask to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Chromium cube half mirrors consist of two right angle prisms. One of them is coated with chromium (Cr) on the hypotenuse face. Half mirror divides input beam to reflectance and transmittance in 1:1. A beamsplitter of R:T=1:1 is called “Half Mirror”.
◦Four surfaces of the cube are coated with multi-layer anti-reflection coatings.
◦Approximately one third of the input beam is lost because of absorption of chromium coating on the hypotenuse. However these beamsplitters are not wavelength, polarization and incident angle of the input beam dependent and therefore provide a highly neutral reflectivity.
◦For cube beamsplitters, unlike plate beamsplitters, transmission beam deviations and ghosts rarely occur.
▶Please contact our Sales Division for customized products. (Customized on size, wavelength or R:T, etc.)
▶For a guarantee in reflected wavefront error or transmitted wavefront error, please contact our Sales Division.
▶Please refer to here for Wavelength Characteristic Data (Reference Data, EXCEL file format).
▶Input beam from the prism side is indicated by a “○”.
▶Phase retardation of light input will not be preserved. Use a waveplate for phase compensation.
▶Wavelength dispersion of transmitted and reflected light is derived from refractive index and glass thickness and when diverging or introducing a focusing beam, chromatic aberration or spherical aberration may occur.
▶The transmittance curves are based on actual measurements and may vary with manufacturing lots.
▶The surface flatness is the reflected wavefront distortion of the surface before coating.
▶Be sure to wear laser safety goggles when checking optical path and adjusting optical axis.
|Surface flatness of substrate||λ/4|
|Coating||Hypotenuse surface ; Chromium |
Four surfaces ; Multilayer antireflection coating
(Average P and S)
|28±5% (average with respect to wavelength.)|
|Divergence ratio |
(reflectance : transmittance)
|1 : 1|
|Laser Damage Threshold||0.3J/cm2 (Laser pulse width ; 10ns , Repetition frequency ; 20Hz)|
|Surface Quality |
|Clear aperture||Circle that inscribed in a square of 85% of the dimensions|