UV bandpass filters from Edmund Optics microscopy and spectroscopy applications
Read more about Edmund Optics' new Deep UV bandpass filters, which are ideal for applications in fluorescence microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Excimer lasers, and biological filtering.
Edmund Optics has announced the release of the new Deep UV bandpass filters, which are ideal for applications in fluorescence microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Excimer lasers, and biological filtering. The UV bandpass filters are available in a range of popular sizes, including diameters ranging from 12.5mm to 50 mm and center wavelengths/bandpasses from 308 nm to as low as 122 nm. The filters are made with MgF2 and UV grade fused silica substrates, and to ensure maximum performance, each deep UV bandpass filter is visually and optically inspected prior to shipment. In addition, each filter is delivered with an individualized transmittance profile, which demonstrates the filter's performance characteristics. These bandpass filters from Edmund Optics offer a surface quality of 20-10 with a clear aperture of >85%.
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Headquarters: Barrington, NJ, USA
Product:Deep UV bandpass filters
Key Features: Center wavelengths of 122 nm, 193 nm, 248 nm, and 308 nm in diameters of 12.5 mm, 25 mm and 50 mm, filters mounted in aluminum rings for protection and system integration.
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