The links below highlight the many types of optical and conductive coatings available for your Glass Substrates:
AR Coatings (200nm – 2500nm)
Narrow, broad, dual band and super low ARC designs suitable for Precision Glass Optics, Ultra Thin Wafers, Temperature Sensitive Glass and many others. In accordance with MIL-C-675, MIL-C-14806A and MIL-C-48497.
Typical Glass AR (Anti-Reflection) Designs
Custom Optical Filters (240nm – 2600nm)
Bandpass, Broadband Pass, Long Wave & Short Wave Pass, Dichroic, Rejection, Edge Pass and Neutral Density Filters. Optical Filters deposited with Ion Beam Sputtering Leybold APS and IAD Deposition. Designs meet or exceed the environmental requirements of MIL-C-48497.
Typical Custom Optical Filter Designs
Metal Mirror Coatings (Ultraviolet to far Infrared)
ECI deposits protected and enhanced Metal Mirrors. Designs include Aluminum, Gold and Silver for front and back surface reflections. In accordance with MIL-M-13508C.
Typical Metal Mirror Designs
Dielectric Mirror Coatings (248nm – 2500nm)
Highly reflective low loss Broadband Dielectric Mirror Coatings meet the environmental and durability requirements of MIL-C-48497 and MIL-F-48616.
Typical Dielectric Mirror Designs
Laser Mirror Coatings (248nm – 2500nm)
Highly reflective low loss Laser Dielectric Mirror Coatings meet the environmental and durability requirements of MIL-C-48497 and MIL-F-48616.
Typical Laser Dielectric Mirror Designs
Transparent Conductive Coatings
ITO (Indium-Tin-Oxide), Transparent Gold, and other Hybrid Transparent Conductive Coating Designs for Military, Medical Displays, Security and Aerospace applications that demand environmental stability. Coatings are deposited to customer specified ohms per square. Custom Anti-Reflective coatings are available.
Typical Transparent Conductive Designs
Beamsplitter Coatings (240nm – 2000nm)
Dielectric and Metal Beamsplitters designed to separate incoming light into two components consisting of reflected and transmitted beams. All coatings are optimized to meet customer specific requirements including ratio of reflected versus transmitted light, AOI, wavelength region, polarization and incident medium.
Typical Beamsplitter Designs
Thin film coatings designed to reduce or remove excess energy in an optical system.
Typical Attenuation Designs
Metal and Dielectric Depositions
Selection of coating materials deposited to your specified target thickness.
Typical Metal and Dielectric Deposition Designs
Cr, Ti, Au, Pt and other metal designs for deposition onto glass and fiber substrates for low- temperature soldering processes.