High-performance mirrors

May 2006
Industrial Laser Solutions;May2006, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p36
The article introduces the B-Max series and the E-Max series from Alpine Research Optics Inc. Both series of mirrors are made for demanding beam steering tasks in Ti:S ultrafast laser applications. The B-Max series deliver a broad bandwidth of not less than 99.8 percent reflectivity from 735 nanometer to 880 nanometer. Meanwhile, the E-Max series includes high reflectors that are optimized to attain high pulse energy damage threshold.


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