Alluxa announces a new line of ultra-flat dichroic and polychroic thin film filters that feature a flatness of less than 0.1wave RMS and transmission of greater than 95% without the need for backside compensation.
December 17, 2012
Alluxa, an emerging leader in next generation optical filters is pleased to announce the production of ultra-flat dichroic and polychroic filters with very high levels of in band transmission.
These filters are unique because they achieve flatness by eliminating the high stresses of as-deposited traditional ion-based coating process such as Ion Beam Sputtering (IBS) and Ion Assisted Deposition (IAD). Alluxa’s new technique uses a novel plasma hard coating process that produces low-loss, fully dense dielectric films with essentially net zero stress on the primary coated side. Because of this process, the films do not require the lengthy additional coating time of industry standard backside compensation or require the use of thick and expensive substrates. Continue reading
Alluxa announces “Ultra-Narrow Band Filters” with less than 1 nm bandwidth and greater than 95% transmission in the passband.
October 10, 2012
Alluxa, an emerging leader in next generation optical filters is pleased to announce the production of Ultra-Narrow band filters with very high levels of in-band transmission.
According to CEO Mike Scobey “As we optimize the performance of our coating systems, we are continually striving to push the limits of production-ready filter performance like this Ultra-Narrow filter. These filters are now manufacturing ready, not simply created once as a demonstration of capability. We are excited by new products like these because they offer our customers the highest levels of performance at competitive prices.” Continue reading
June 28, 2012
Alluxa, an emerging leader in next generation optical filters announces the expansion of their website, including the introduction of the Learning Center.
The goal of the Learning Center is to help customers use Alluxa’s proprietary hard coating technology to improve the performance of their optical systems and instruments.
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