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Beam spliiting DOE
The Diffractive Beam Splitter (or dot generator) is a diffractive optical element used to split a single laser beam into several beams, each with the characteristics of the original beam (except for its power and angle of propagation).
A diffractive beam splitter can generate either a 1-dimensional beam array (1xN) or a 2-dimensional beam matrix (MxN), depending on the diffractive pattern on the element. The diffractive beam splitter is used with monochromatic light such as a laser beam, and is designed for a specific wavelength and angle of separation between its output beams. Typical applications of Optical Beam Splitters include:
Laser scribing such as in solar cells or panels, Laser dicing, Laser perforation, Medical/aesthetic applications such as skin treatments, 3-D sensing & projection. application notes.
HOLOOR offers an extensive selection of standard 2-D beam splitters as listed below. If you can not find the exact spec required we can design custom elements with your specs as a part of our custom design and manufacturing capabilities.