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12.5 x 12.5mm NIR Linear Polarizing Film

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Coating:
Uncoated
Extinction Ratio:
400:1 (Average @ 800 - 2200nm)
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Polymer Film on TAC
Length (mm):
12.50
Operating Temperature (°C):
Heat Resistance 85°C Dry
Cold Resistance -55°C
Dimensions (mm):
12.5 x 12.5
Thickness (mm):
0.50
Thickness Tolerance (mm):
±0.1
Transmission (%):
Single: 29 (400 - 760 nm), 39 (761 - 2200nm)
Crossed: 0.02 (400 - 760nm), 0.11 (761 - 2200nm)
Type:
Linear Polarizer
Dimensional Tolerance (mm):
±0.25
Construction:
Polarizing Film
Note:
Protective Film on Both Sides
Wavelength Range (nm):
400 - 2200
Polarization Efficiency (%):
99.83 @ 400 - 760nm
99.63 @ 761 - 2200nm
Width (mm):
12.50
Transmission, Single (%):
29 @ 400 - 760nm
39 @ 761 - 2200nm
Transmission, Crossed (%):
0.02 @ 400 - 760nm
0.11 @ 761 - 2200nm

Regulatory Compliance

RoHS 2015:
Reach 224:
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Product Family Description

  • Ideal for NIR Polarization Applications
  • >400:1 Extinction Ratio from 800 - 2200nm
  • High Efficiency Across Wavelength Range
  • Durable Polymer Substrate

Near-Infrared (NIR) Linear Polarizing Film consists of a durable polymer substrate and is ideal for imaging applications that range from the visible to NIR (400 - 2200nm). This polarizing polymer film features an excellent average transmission of 39% with greater than 99.6% polarization efficiency for incident randomly polarized light between 760 and 2200nm. Multiple rectangular sizes are available to accommodate light sources that range from low power NIR lasers with small beam diameters, to larger LED light beams. Near-Infrared (NIR) Linear Polarizing Film is used in industrial imaging and laboratory applications, i.e. to attenuate the intensity of low output NIR lasers and LEDs or to reduce glare in images recorded using NIR photodetectors. The polarization axis is labelled on the protective masking of the polarizing polymer film for rectangular parts and as a notch cutout on the polarizing polymer film for circular parts.

Note: Remove protective masking before first use.