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-106-2-FR

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

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I-106-3-FR

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

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I-106-4-FR

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

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I-106-5-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 1000-1100nm, with 5mm 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-13B-4-FR

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

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I-14B-4-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 1430-1510nm, with 4mm clear aperture.

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I-15B-4-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 1510-1590nm, with 4mm clear aperture.

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I-16B-4-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 1590-1675nm, with 4mm clear aperture.

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I-21B-4-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 2000-2300nm, with 4mm clear aperture.

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I-40-2-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 390-450nm, with 2mm clear aperture.

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I-40-5-FR

Faraday rotator for use at 390-450nm, with 5mm clear aperture.

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