dichroic filter

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dichroic filter

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(General Physics) an optical colour filter operating on the principle of wave interference between closely spaced reflecting surfaces, rather than by colour absorption
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It is a well suited material for use in optical components such as dichroic filters or hot and cold mirrors that rely on high thermal resistance as well as on high energy radiation exposure capabilities.
Optical thin films available include BBAR, V-coats, dielectric high reflectors, beam splitters, aluminum, silver and gold metallic mirrors, and neutral density and dichroic filters.
Extremely durable optical coatings include anti-reflection, infrared thin film coatings, dark mirrors, patterned optical filters, advanced multispectral optical filter assemblies, dielectric, multilayer, and dichroic filters.
The dichroic filters provide better colour re-creation than coloured LEDs that will colour degrade over time, and their resistance to temperature and humidity assures colour consistency for the life of the fixture.
If you have enough lead time to plan, you might create a layout and order dichroic filters and that might help.
Dichroic filters will let certain wavelengths pass and reflect other wavelengths 45[degrees].
Isometrix' Curtainwash uplighters -- of tungsten halogen reflector lamps, dichroic filters and lenses -- are concealed in coving at the base of the voids flooding them with intense, even colour.
Excitation bandpass filters, dichroic filters and emission bandpass filters are precisely tailored to match each other.
Semrock Unleashes New Laser Dichroic Filters Line 36
The Nexera utilizes a set of cyan, magenta, and yellow dichroic filters, which are introduced into the beam of light, controlled by DMX values set at the lighting console.
OCLI Asia will now assume these responsibilities, including sales support, fabrication and applications engineering support for front surface mirrors, anti-reflection panels, optical filters for satellites, dichroic filters, and the like.
Bornhorst's engineering team combined pivoting dichroic filters, the MARC 350 arc lamp, and a single digital data link to produce the first automated light.