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

CODIXX to Introduce A New Member of the ColorPolŽ HT Polarizer Family

Barleben, Germany | Posted on September 24th, 2008



Since the successful introduction of the colorPolŽ 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 colorPolŽ IR 1550 BC4 T2 HT provides the same excellent performance as the well proven previous members of the colorPolŽ HT product family. The extinction ratio exceeds 40 dB (10,000:1) and the insertion loss undercuts 0.1 dB.

colorPolŽ 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.

colorPolŽ polarizers are customized available in various shapes and dimensions from 1x1 mm˛ up to a maximum size of 100 x 60 mm˛.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 colorPolŽ technology with embedded prolate silver nano particles in soda-lime glass, colorPolŽ 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 colorPolŽ polarizers.

With the enhancement of the colorPolŽ HT polarizer family by the colorPolŽ 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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