Beam Splitter 1 ⇾ 2, dichroic, 48MCS-011

Compact, rugged and highly efficient opto-mechanical unit with dichroic beam splitter

48-MCS-002
48-MCS-002
48-MCS-002
48-MCS-002

Features

Beam Splitter 48MCS-011

  • Configuration 1 ⇾ 2, dichroic
  • Highly efficient coupling into polarization-maintaining fiber cables
  • Splitting of two wavelength ranges
  • Compact, rugged, transportable and sealed opto-mechanical unit
  • Fully fiber-coupled
  • Very high long-term stability, efficiency and reproducability

Description

This fiber-coupled Beam Splitter 1 ⇾ 2, dichroic is a compact opto-mechanical unit that splits a fiber-coupled broadband source or two superimposed narrow-band sources into 2 wavelength ranges. These two wavelength ranges then are coupled into a output fiber cable, respectively, with high efficiency.

Optical Setup
The input port is fiber-coupled to a PM fiber cable, or SM fiber cable.
The radiation is split using a dichroic beam splitter (long pass or short pass).

Fiber Couplers
A fundamental component of fiber-coupled Beam Splitters are the Laser Beam Couplers, which are the inputs into the opto-mechanical unit collimating the input radiation and, finally, couple the radiation back into the common polarization-maintaining fiber cable. The stability of the total Beam Splitter is determined by the stability of the Laser Beam Coupler.

Technical data

Beam Splitter 1 ⇾ 2, dichroic, 48MCS-011

Order code
48-MCS-011
Configuration
1 ⇾ 2, dichroic
Splitting
Long pass or Short pass
Available wavelengths
400 - 1700 nm
Fiber type
polarization-maintaining or single-mode
Connector type
FC APC (standard)
Cable lengths
Customer-specific
Transmission
≥ 70 % @ 780 nm
Polarization Extinction Ratio
≥ 23 dB @ 780 nm

FAQ

    • Is my system compatible to established 30 mm cage systems or microbench systems?
      The multicube components of series 48 have a rod hole distance of 30 mm. You can attach systems based on those components easily to a 30 mm cage systems or microbench system. More informaion can be found here.

      If you are working with a system based on series 68, there are adapters available, so that they can be used with 30 mm cage systems as well.
    • Is my system compatible to established 60 mm cage systems?

      The multicube components of series 68 have a rod hole distance of 60 mm. You can attach systems based on those components easily to a 60 mm cage systems or microbench system. More informaion can be found here.

      If you are working with a system based on series 48, there are adapters available, so that they can be used with 60 mm cage systems as well.