Rotators are not waveplates. They fulfill the same task, but do not depend on certain wavelengths.
A rotator can e.g. work within a 10nm range. A waveplate will already have a significant loss at a 2nm derivation. Rotators work like waveplates due to a different thickness of the optical element, but are way more thicker (which leads to the broader band of usability).
Lambda/2 rotator optic that allows 90° rotation of a polarized beam without changing the beam profile. Available for various wavelengths.
|Dimensions tolerance||+/- 0.1mm|
|AR coating||< 0.5% reflection|
|Clear aperture||> 95%|
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Lambda/2 rotator for 90° rotation of polarized beam without changing beam profile.
109,00 €(MwSt. excl.)