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Home > Press > CODIXX to Introduce A New Member of the ColorPol® HT Polarizer Family

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The colorPol® IR 1550 BC4 T2 HT is the newest member of the colorPol® HT family. CODIXX to showcase at Brussels, ECOC 2008, booth 148.

CODIXX to Introduce A New Member of the ColorPol® HT Polarizer Family

Barleben, Germany | Posted on September 24th, 2008



Since the successful introduction of the colorPol® HT (High Transmittance) polarizers in 2004, CODIXX continuous development activities in close collaboration with customers led to a variety of performance improvements.

With a thickness of 0.2 mm, the colorPol® IR 1550 BC4 T2 HT provides the same excellent performance as the well proven previous members of the colorPol® HT product family. The extinction ratio exceeds 40 dB (10,000:1) and the insertion loss undercuts 0.1 dB.

colorPol® HT polarizers have been de­ve­loped especially for tele­com­mu­ni­cation applications. The filters offer unique transmittance properties of > 98 % (with AR coating) and the high contrast > 10.000 : 1 in the spectral range within 1,280 - 1,450 and 1,480 - 1,650 nm. Beside the already available thickness of 0.25 mm and 0.5 mm the HT version is now also available with the common thickness of 0.2 mm.

colorPol® polarizers are customized available in various shapes and dimensions from 1x1 mm² up to a maximum size of 100 x 60 mm².Also standard mounts with diameters of 12.5, 12.7 (1/2"), 25.0 and 25.4 (1") mm are deliverable.

Due to the unique halide free colorPol® technology with embedded prolate silver nano particles in soda-lime glass, colorPol® polarizers have polarization properties in the UV (340 - 420 nm), the visible and infrared range (430 - 5,000 nm).

High temperature stability until +400°C, resistance against harsh environmental conditions, the most chemicals and UV radiation as well as the easy handling are the basis for the versatility and multitude of applications of colorPol® polarizers.

With the enhancement of the colorPol® HT polarizer family by the colorPol® IR 1550 BC4 T2 HT CODIXX is doing another important step to enter the future market of the optical communication.

Brussels, ECOC 2008, booth 148 CODIXX AG.

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Contacts:
Christian Gerlach
+49 39203 9630
colorpol[.]codixx.de

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