Selecting interference filters for optical applications
Optical interference filters are specialist devices that allow the transmission of a selected wavelength, or range of wavelengths, whilst ensuring non-selected wavelengths do not pass through.
These filters are precise, yet affordable, making them ideal for a range of applications from academic research to commercial engineering. The different types of interface filters are bandpass filters, broadband filters, long pass filters, short pass filters, and laser line filters.
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