Faraday Rotators

Many optical isolators can be supplied without polarisers as a Faraday Rotator. These may then be used to rotate the polarisation of an optical beam through 45°. Faraday Rotators are all based on existing isolator models with the polarisers removed.

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I-106-B-FR-4

Faraday rotator for use at 1000 - 1100 nm with 4 mm clear aperture.

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I-106-FR-2

Faraday rotator for use at 1000 - 1100 nm, with 2 mm clear aperture.

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I-106-FR-3

Faraday rotator for use at 1000 - 1100 nm, with 3 mm clear aperture.

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I-106-FR-4

Faraday rotator for use at 1000 - 1100 nm, with 4 mm clear aperture.

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I-106-FR-5

Faraday rotator for use at 1000 - 1100 nm, with 5 mm clear aperture.

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I-106-FR-8

Faraday rotator for use at 1000 - 1100 nm, with 8 mm clear aperture.

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I-116-5-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 1100-1200nm, with 5mm clear aperture.

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I-11-B-FR-4

Faraday rotator for use at 1050-1150 nm, with 4 mm clear aperture.

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I-11-B-FR-5

Faraday rotator for use at 1050-1150 nm, with 5 mm clear aperture.

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I-12-B-FR-4

Faraday rotator for use at 1180 - 1280 nm, with 4 mm clear aperture.

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I-12-B-FR-5

Faraday rotator for use at 1180 - 1280 nm, with 5 mm clear aperture.

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I-13-B-FR-4

Faraday rotator for use at 1280 - 1380 nm, with 4 mm clear aperture.

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