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Lasers & Sources

Dichroic laser beam combiners

Edmund Optics

Edmund Optics (EO), the premier provider of optical components, introduces new Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners. They are designed to efficiently combine or separate multiple laser beams at a 45° angle of incidence. The dichroic laser beam combiners feature high reflection, greater than 98%, and excellent transmission of greater than 95% at popular laser lines while yielding extremely low loss. They are also polarization insensitive. Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are available at 6 cut-off wavelengths, making them ideal for combining or separating lasers between 375nm and 785nm.

"These durable, versatile Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are perfect for multi-laser fluorescence imaging and measurement in medical, laboratory, and industrial settings," said Gregory Fales, Product Manager, Edmund Optics.

The Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are constructed from low autofluorescence substrates with dense, ultra-durable coatings. They feature a Hard Ion-Beam Sputtered Coating. They are ideally suited for a wide variety of multi-laser fluorescence imaging and measurement applications, including laser microscopy and flow cytometry. Dichroic Laser Beam Combiners are in-stock and available for immediate delivery.