KTP Crystals

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9003360 Clear Aperture: >90%
Chamfer: 0.2mmx45°
Coatings:
Dimensions A x B x C, mm: 3 x 2,8 x 4mm (+/-0.1mm)
Front wave distorsion: L/[email protected] nm
Material: KTP
Parrallelism: < 20 arcsec
S1: [email protected] 1064nm, R> 99.85% + [email protected] nm > 95% + [email protected] > 3% + [email protected] 808nm >70-80%-AOI=0°;
S2: polishing grade compatible with optical contacting
Scratch and Digs: 10-5
Comment: AOI = 0°; LIDT=50MW/cm2
Comment: LIDT=50mW/cm²
Comment: Other spec according to drawing
Comment: theta=90deg, phi=23.5deg
80
€57.00
9012081 Clear Aperture: >90
Coatings:
Dimensions, mm: 3 x 2.8 x 4 (±0.1)
LIDT: 50mW/cm²
Orientation Phi: 23.5
Orientation Theta: 90
Parallelism error: < 20 arcsec
Protective chamfers: 0.2 mm x 45 deg
S1: [email protected] 1064nm, R> 99.85% + [email protected] nm > 95% + [email protected] > 3% + [email protected] 808nm >70-80%-AOI=0°;
S2: polishing grade compatible with optical contacting
S1 Flatness, PV IR S2 Flatness, PV: <λ/10 @ 632.8 nm
Surface quality, S-D: 10-5
Comment: Other spec according to drawing
2
€82.00
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KTP Crystalsexhibits high optical quality, broad transparent range, relatively high effective SHG coefficient (about 3 times higher than that of KDP), rather high optical damage threshold, wide acceptance angle, small walk-off and type I and type II non-critical phase-matching (NCPM) in a wide wavelength range. 
KTP is the most commonly used material for frequency doubling of Nd:YAG lasers and other Nd-doped lasers, particularly at the low or medium power density. 
  • Efficient frequency conversion and Large non-linear optical coefficients
  • Wide transmission region from 350 nm to 4400 nm
  • Wide angular bandwidth and small walk-off angle
  • Broad temperature and spectral bandwidth
  • Low cost compare with BBO and LBO
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