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1050 nm - 1080 nm Low Power Faraday Rotators & Optical Isolators Data Sheet

1050 nm - 1080 nm Low Power Faraday Rotators and Optical Isolators

                        

EOT’s 1050 nm - 1080 nm Low Power Faraday Rotators rotate the plane of polarized light 45° in the forward direction and an additional 45° of non-reciprocal rotation in the reverse direction while maintaining the light’s linear polarization.  When placed between crossed polarizers, a Faraday rotator becomes an optical isolator.  An optical isolator provides high transmission in the forward direction and strongly attenuates any light traveling in the reverse direction effectively protecting seed sources from the deleterious effects of back reflections.  EOT’s 1050 nm - 1080 nm Low Power Optical Isolators can be ordered with either dichroic glass polarizers, or with polarizing beam splitter cubes.  If protecting a seed source from back reflections from a Q-switched laser, EOT recommends using polarizing beam splitter cubes due to their ability to withstand high pulse energies.  Two optical isolators can be used in series if 60 dB isolation is required to assure back reflections do not cause frequency instability from a single frequency single seed laser.

Benefits:

· Decouple seed lasers from slave lasers

· Eliminate frequency instability in single-frequency laser diodes due to optical feedback

Features:

· Compact size

· Isolators can be ordered with either dichroic glass polarizers or polarizing beam splitter cube polarizers

Specificationsa:

 
Rotator
Isolator
Polarizer Type
N/A
Polarcor
PBS Cube
Clear Aperture
1.5 mm
1.5 mm
1.5 mm
Transmission at 22 ⁰C
≥78%
≥75%
≥75%
Isolation at 22 ⁰C
N/A
≥30 dB
≥30 dB
Damage Threshold  
500 mW CW
1 MW/cm2  at 10 ns

a Product specifications are subject to change.
Note: All products are RoHS compliant.