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Long Wave Infrared Bandpass Filters

Deposition Sciences : 04 March, 2010  (New Product)
Thin film vapour deposition coating provides high durability LWIR bandpass filters operational across a wide temperature range
Long Wave Infrared Bandpass Filters
Deposition Sciences provides long wavelength infrared (LWIR) bandpass filters with superior operation at any temperature between ambient and 10 degrees K. The thin film coatings are manufactured via DSI's proprietary physical vapour deposition with the ion-assist process, making them highly durable and robust and feature extremely precise band edge placement for critical sensing applications.

DSI's LWIR bandpass filters are ideal for use in imaging sensor filters, order-sorting filters, thermal and/or night vision tasks, and FLIR optics. A variety of substrates, such as germanium, silicon, zinc sulfide, zinc selenide, quartz, sapphire, and polymers are available for these longwave infrared filters, depending on the customer's wavelength requirements. Multispectral filters can also be provided when multiple filters are needed on a singe substrate. Various sizes, from a few millimeters to over 2 inches diameter can be provided. Cryogenic operating temperature transmittance measurements, down to 10K, can be made in-house and customized to filter specifications. Out-of-band transmittance can be designed to OD 6 or greater and measured to OD4 from 2,000 nm to 50,000 nm, and to OD 5 from 500 nm to 2,000 nm.

The DSI engineering staff is available to develop custom optical filters for specific requirements or for extremely demanding applications.
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