Optics Balzers introduces at LASER World of Photonics 2013 a new standard for broadband high reflectivity mirrors. DiflexTM mirrors are characterized by extreme reflectivity, low scattering and a wide acceptance range for the angle of incidence. Therefore, the mirrors can be used for manifold applications, e.g. in laser optics and biophotonics.
An absolute reflectance > 99% and an average reflectance > 99.5% can be guaranteed for any polarization and over the full wavelength range between 320nm to 2200nm. The angle of incidence can vary between 0 and 45°.
DiflexTM dielectric mirror coatings are composed of metall-oxide coating materials ensuring high abrasion resistance and chemical stability. The DiflexTM mirrors withstand harsh environmental conditions and can be cleaned repeatedly.
Optics Balzers offers two standard versions: DiflexTM 1100 for the wavelength range 350 - 1100 nm, and DiflexTM 2000 for the wavelength range between 320 and 2000 nm. Customized solutions can be offered on request in addition to the standard products with flexibility for dimensions and spectral performance.
Optics Balzers will be present at LASER World of Photonics, Munich, Germany, from May 13 - 16, 2013.