Our technology enables the routine production of optical filters with performance and price characteristics that were previously impossible. These informative white papers help our customers and partners maximize the advantage they gain by using our filters.
Dispersion controlled thin films boost the performance of NLO systems that utilize a femtosecond laser.
Sophisticated monitor and deposition methods enable multi-cavity narrowband filters that push the envelope of performance.
A novel computer-controlled deposition system for multicavity filters improves their spectral precision and contrast.
Alluxa’s new precision infrared bandpass and dual bandpass filter technology brings new levels of performance with higher transmissions, steeper slopes, and flatter pass bands than traditional evaporated coatings.
Due to their complex nature and diverse end-use applications, thin film optical filters have always been a challenge to specify. This paper defines the major types of filters and offers guidelines on how to specify key attributes, while also optimizing the cost.
Alluxa introduces a new line of ultra-flat dichroic and polychroic high performance thin film filters that feature a flatness of <0.1wave RMS and transmission of greater than 95% without the need for backside compensation.
Thin film optical filters with ultra-narrow bandwidth, high transmission and flat spectral profiles improve optical system performance for a variety of applications such as LIDAR, laser cleanup, and instrumentation.
Next-generation thin-film optical filters enhance excitation and emission in fluorescence imaging and detection systems.
Alluxa’s proprietary high speed plasma deposition technology for the first time delivers the optical performance and durability of hard coated optical filters at laminated soft coating pricing.
Thin film optical filter technology has advanced to the point where the spectral slopes and blocking levels are challenging even the best metrology equipment and techniques.