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NIR Bandpass & Laser Line Filters: 700 - 1650 nm Center Wavelength


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NIR Bandpass & Laser Line Filters: 700 - 1650 nm Center Wavelength

bandpass filter engraving schematic
Please see the Tutorial tab for more information about the structure of the filter and the transmission direction arrow.
Mechanical Drawing LLF

Features

  • Central Wavelengths from 700 nm to 1650 nm
  • 3, 10, 12, 25, 30, or 40 nm Bandpass Regions
  • Ø1/2" or Ø1" Mounted Filters
  • Edge-Scribed for Superb Long-Term Stability
  • Typical Transmission Plots Available for Every Filter
  • Laser Line Filters for Popular Diode and Nd:YAG Laser Lines

The bandpass and laser line filters shown on this page feature center wavelengths of 700 nm to 1650 nm. Transmission curves for individual filters are available by viewing the Spec sheet for an individual filter. Each filter is mounted in a black anodized aluminum ring with an outer diameter of Ø1/2" or Ø1" and a maximum edge thickness of 6.3 mm. Please note that Ø1/2" filter options are highlighted in green in the tables below.

Thorlabs' bandpass filters provide one of the simplest ways to transmit a well-defined wavelength band of light, while rejecting other unwanted radiation. Their design is essentially that of a thin film Fabry-Perot Interferometer formed by vacuum deposition techniques and consists of two reflecting stacks, separated by an even-order spacer layer. These reflecting stacks are constructed from alternating layers of high and low refractive index materials, which can have a reflectance in excess of 99.99%. By varying the thickness of the spacer layer and/or the number of reflecting layers, the central wavelength and bandwidth of the filter can be altered. Because of the Fabry-Perot design, these filters are designed for use at a 0° angle of incidence (AOI). The transmission band will be shifted in wavelength and may be reduced when used with other AOIs. For more details on the properties and construction of our bandpass filters, please see the Tutorial tab.

This type of filter displays very high transmission in the bandpass region, but the spectral range of blocked light on either side of the bandpass region is narrow. To compensate for this, an additional blocking component is added, which is either an all dielectric or a metal-dielectric depending on the requirements of the filter. Although this additional blocking component will eliminate any unwanted out-of-band radiation, it also reduces the filter's overall transmission throughput. For applications with demanding wavefront requirements, such as imaging, please consider our premium bandpass filters.

We do not recommend removing the filter from its mount, as the filter consists of several layers of glass that are held together with epoxy and the mounting ring. These glass layers are necessary to protect the dielectric coating from the atmosphere; exposure would significantly reduce the filter's transmission efficiency over time.

Please note that due to the gradual breakdown of the dielectric coatings (primarily due to water vapor), our bandpass filters have a typical lifetime of two years. Older filters will experience a decrease of overall transmission in the passband.

Additional Bandpass Filters
UV/Visible Bandpass Filters
340 - 694.3 nm CWLs
NIR Bandpass Filters
700 - 1650 nm CWLs
MIR Bandpass Filters
1750 - 6000 nm CWLs
LWIR, FIR, and THz Filters
15 - 150 µm CWLs
Premium Bandpass FiltersBandpass Filter Kits
We also offer custom bandpass filters with other central wavelengths or FWHM. To request a quote, contact Tech Support.
Common Specifications
Out of Band Transmission<0.01%
Housing Diameter1/2" (Laser Line)
1" (Bandpass)
Housing Diameter Tolerance+0.0 / -0.2 mm
Clear ApertureØ8.6 mm (Min) for Ø1/2"
Ø21 mm (Min) for Ø1"
Thickness<6.3 mm
Surface/Coating Quality80-50 Scratch-Dig
Edge TreatmentMounted in Black Anodized Aluminum Ring
Edge MarkingsCWL-FWHM ↑ Lot Number; The Arrow Points in the Direction of the light transmission
SubstratesSchott Borofloat and Soda Lime
Optimum Operating Temperature23 °C
Operating Temperature-50 to 80 °C
Bandpas Filter Layers
Click to Enlarge
The number of layers shown in this schematic is not indicative of the number of layers in an actual bandpass filter. Also the drawing is not to scale.

Bandpass Filter Structure

A bandpass filter is created by depositing layers of material on the surface of the substrate. Typically, there are several dielectric stacks separated by spacer layers. The dielectric stack is composed of a large number of alternating layers of low-index and high-index dielectric material. The thickness of each layer in the dielectric stack is λ/4, where λ is the central wavelength of the bandpass filter (i.e. the wavelength with the highest transmittance through the filter). The spacer layers are placed in between the dielectric stacks and have a thickness of (nλ)/2, where n is an integer. The spacer layers can be formed from colored glass, epoxy, dyes, metallic, or dielectric layers. A Fabry-Perot cavity is formed by each spacer layer sandwiched between dielectric stacks. The filter is mounted in an engraved metal ring for protection and ease of handling.

Filter Operation Overview

The constructive interference conditions of a Fabry-Perot cavity allow light at the central wavelength, and a small band of wavelengths to either side, to be transmitted efficiently, while destructive interference prevents the light outside the passband from being transmitted. However, the band of blocked wavelengths on either side of the central wavelength is small. In order increase the blocking range of the filter, materials with broad blocking ranges are used for or coated onto the spacer layers and the substrate. Although these materials effectively block out of band transmission of incident radiation they also decrease the transmission through the filter in the passband.

bandpass filter, forward versus backward transmission
FB800-10 and FB800-40 filters were used to make the measurement that resulted in the plot above.

Filter Orientation

An engraved arrow on the edge of the filter is used to indicate the recommended direction for the transmission of light through the filter. Although the filter will function with either side facing the source, it is better to place the coated side toward the source. This will minimize any thermal effects or possible thermal damage that blocking intense out-of-band radiation might cause due to the absorption of the out-of-band radiation by the substrate or colored glass filter layers. The plot to the right was made by illuminating the filter with a low intensity broadband light and measuring the transmission as a function of wavelength. The plot shows that the transmission direction through the filter has very little effect on the intensity and the spectrum of the light transmitted through the filter. The minimal variation between the forward and backward traces is most likely due to a small shift in the incident angle of the light on the filter introduced when the filter was removed, flipped over, and replaced in the jig.

The filter is intended to be used with collimated light normally incident on the surface of the filter. For uncollimated light or light striking the surface and an angle not normally incident to the surface the central wavelength (wavelength corresponding to peak transmission) will shift toward lower wavelengths and the shape of the transmission region (passband) will change. Varying the angle of incidence by a small amount can be used to effectively tune the passband over a narrow range. Large changes in the incident angle will cause larger shifts in the central wavelength but will also significantly distort the shape of the passband and, more importantly, cause a significant decrease in the transmittance of the passband.

Filter Temperature

The central wavelength of the bandpass filter can be tuned slightly (~1 nm over the operating range of the filter) by changing the temperature of the filter. This is primarily due to the slight thermal expansion or contraction of the layers.

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Posted Comments:
Poster: lzhou
Posted Date: 2014-08-22 10:08:44.91
We are interested in measuring the signal of singlet oxygen, which peaks at 1270-1280nm. I was wondering about the price of such filters. Thank you.
Poster: jlow
Posted Date: 2014-04-23 01:42:14.0
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: If you are using a mount that holds an optic with a setscrew, you can debond the filter from the housing by over-tightening the setscrew. I will contact you directly to check into the cause your filters have debonded.
Poster: zyang01
Posted Date: 2014-04-21 13:46:30.127
Hi, we have a number of your bandpass and edgepass filters (FB1050-10, FEL950-1,... pictures are available upon request)that are falling apart after a few uses, often times breaking in the process. It seems this issue has been going on for some time. I just want to ask if you are in the process of fixing the issue or not before we buy any more of your filters. Thanks. Zhou Yang
Poster: sharrell
Posted Date: 2013-07-17 15:15:00.0
Response from Sean at Thorlabs: Thank you for your feedback. We’ve updated our plot for the FB810-10 to represent the current performance of the item. We are also in the process of checking all of our bandpass filter graphs to ensure that they agree with our current specifications.
Poster: emmanuel.maillart
Posted Date: 2013-07-16 10:40:11.0
Hello. FB810-10 is indicated as having a central wavelength of 810+/-2nm and a FWHM of 10+/-2nm. But, when I download the Excel file containing a typical spectrum of transmission for this reference, the typical spectrum has a central wavelength of 807nm and a FWHM of 16nm. Why is this typical spectrum not conform to the specifications?
Poster: tcohen
Posted Date: 2013-01-02 09:34:00.0
Response from Tim at Thorlabs to Vincent: The central wavelength of an interference filter can shift with increasing or decreasing temperatures. This effect, which is due primarily to the expansion or contraction of the spacer layers and the concomitant change in their refractive indices, is extremely small over normal operating ranges (˜ 0.01 nm/°C). Prolonged operation at high temperatures (>75° C) will irreversibly set the central wavelength lower. Temperatures above 125° C should be avoided. Though interference filters will function at -50° C or lower, the cooling rate should not be allowed to exceed 5° C per minute. An excessive cooling rate can cause the glass substrate to crack or the filter to delaminate due to differential thermal contraction.
Poster: vincent.mariage
Posted Date: 2012-12-17 04:53:43.747
Hello, I would like to know the shift in nm with the temperature of the central wavelength of the filter FL905-10. Thank you in advance. Vincent Mariage
Poster: jlow
Posted Date: 2012-09-28 16:25:00.0
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: Water moisture is typically the cause for the degradation of these dielectric filters. The coatings are somewhat porous and the presence of water will alter how the layers interact with each other. The absorptive glass used in the construction of these filters can also be affected by water moisture as well. Both the transmission characteristic and the surface polish quality can be affected by water moisture.
Poster: itarres1
Posted Date: 2012-09-27 20:34:19.0
I would like to know what causes the gradual breakdown of the dielectric coatings in the bandpass filters. How is the filter performance affected? What is the expected decrease in performance for a filter working outdoors v/s indoors? I'll be using a FB850-10 or FB850-40 filter. Thank you in advance. Ignacio Tarres.
Poster: tcohen
Posted Date: 2012-07-12 12:16:00.0
Response from Tim at Thorlabs: Thank you for your interest in our custom capabilities! In order to answer this, we would need more information such as the dimensions, surface quality, transmission requirements, quantity and tolerances on both the FWHM and CWL. We have a dedicated team of members who quote custom optics and we will contact you to discuss your needs so that we can provide information for this custom quote.
Poster: avle
Posted Date: 2012-07-12 05:35:41.0
what is the typical cost for a custom filter? with properties of 1280nm bandpass, 10nm FWHM, tolerence +-5nm? Thanks!
Poster: tcohen
Posted Date: 2012-04-03 09:52:00.0
Response from Tim at Thorlabs: These filters are specified at 0 degrees AOI. As the angle increases, the transmission curve will migrate towards lower wavelengths. However, please note that the shape of the transmission curve will also deform as the AOI increases beyond small angles. To be able to provide more information, I have contacted you to find out your input angle.
Poster: s.prikasky
Posted Date: 2012-04-02 15:11:00.0
Dear Company, we are using your filter FL-905-10, behind this filter is camera. This simply optical system we want use for laser tracking system. I can not find on your web graph with diagram how depending output laser beam power (attenuation in filter) on input angle.
Poster: hidalgo
Posted Date: 2012-03-22 11:15:34.0
Hi, I need a bandpass filter for 800nm CWL with FWHM around 3nm or less, I'm working with 130fs pulses of 2.2mJ at 1kHZ, I'll use the filter to shorten the pulse to ps. Is it possible that you can provide a filter with this characteristics?
Poster: tcohen
Posted Date: 2012-03-09 19:11:00.0
Response from Tim at Thorlabs: Thank you for your feedback. Because of the many variables involved we don’t have specific damage thresholds for all of our filters. That tab was on the page in error and has been removed. The important thing to remember with these filters will be that the damage threshold inside the bandpass region will be higher than the outside regions, as these will be more absorptive. As a guideline for these filters we recommend not exceeding 1W/cm^2 CW and .3J/cm^2 with 10ns pulse. Please use this as a reference, but remember this will be restrictive to the bandpass region and will also be variable between filters.
Poster:
Posted Date: 2012-03-09 15:35:09.0
How can we learn damage threshold of filters by [the damage threshold tub]??? There seems only data on BB1-E02 mirror.
Poster: kimiwang1111
Posted Date: 2011-11-15 16:49:21.0
If I want to use the filter "FB750-40" for my optical system, and I will simulate it by ray tracing software. How to set the refractive index of the filter FB750-40?
Poster: kimiwang1111
Posted Date: 2011-11-15 16:47:30.0
If I want to use the filter "FB750-40" for my optical system, and I will simulate it by ray tracing software. How to set the refractive index of the filter FB750-40?
Poster: kimiwang1111
Posted Date: 2011-11-15 16:46:05.0
If I want to use the filter "FB750-40" for my optical system, and I will simulate it by ray tracing software. How to set the refractive index of the filter FB750-40?
Poster: jjurado
Posted Date: 2011-06-30 09:40:00.0
Response from Javier at Thorlabs to jochen.reichel: Thank you very much for contacting us. The spec sheet with transmission information for this filter is currently not on the web. We will upload this file shortly, and in the meantime, I will send this information directly to your e-mail.
Poster: jochen.reichel
Posted Date: 2011-06-30 04:03:03.0
Where can I find the spec sheet / transmission plot for the laser line filter FL830-10?
Poster: jjurado
Posted Date: 2011-05-18 10:30:00.0
Response from Javier at Thorlabs to t.dzelzainis: Thank you very much for your feedback. We are currently working on a project to include transmission data for all our interference and neutral density filters. In the meantime, we can send you raw transmission data for any filter you may be interested in. I will contact you directly to get your requirements.
Poster: t.dzelzainis
Posted Date: 2011-05-18 14:21:35.0
could you please please please show youre transmission plots with a log scale on the y-axis. or even better, make the data available. A plot with a linear y-axis showing a transmission of ~0 outside of some range is not particularly useful when you are interested in exact ratios and extinction ratios are important (i.e. when dealing with low signal in the transmission band, but high signal elsewhere). This request can also be applied to some of your nd filter plots. e.g trying to estimate the transmission of nd40a for 350nm
Poster: tor
Posted Date: 2010-11-16 08:07:09.0
A response from Tor at Thorlabs to Dustin: Thank you for your interest in our laser line filters. As shown on the Specs tab, the FL1064-10 provides an OD >= 4 from the UV to 1150 nm.
Poster: dustinkleckner
Posted Date: 2010-11-15 18:44:18.0
In general, how well do the laser line filters block out of the main transmission band? Im specifically interested in the 1064-10 filter transmission in the 633-650 range.
Poster: Thorlabs
Posted Date: 2010-11-01 15:27:15.0
Response from Javier at Thorlabs to Scotttygett: I will contact you directly to get more details about the required filter.
Poster: Scotttygett
Posted Date: 2010-11-01 12:29:02.0
I have ordered two of these filters from Thorlabs and two from another supplier, specializing in NOS filters. The main difference I noticed was that the shiny side of the other suppliers filter was not on the outside, but faced a tinted glass (the filter was unmounted). This made it much easier to not mar, and much easier to use for optical purposes where internal reflections might be an issue. Was this something that I could have requested? I imagine for laser mirroring one would want the front surface out.
Poster: klee
Posted Date: 2009-08-12 15:53:12.0
A response from Ken at Thorlabs to thomas.woggon: We will send you the transmission spectrum by email.
Poster: thomas.woggon
Posted Date: 2009-08-12 15:28:52.0
Is it possible to get a measured transmission spectrum or the calculated transmission curve for the FL632.8-1 laser line filter? We want to use it for QM purposes on high resolution spectrometers. Regards
Poster: Laurie
Posted Date: 2009-05-07 15:14:16.0
A response from Laurie at Thorlabs to jean.fortin: Someone from our technical support staff will be getting in contact with you shortly, as we need some additional information to provide a quote.
Poster: jean.fortin
Posted Date: 2009-05-06 21:24:37.0
I am looking for large laser line filters (532 and 1064) either square or circular. 3 inch and more would be ok. Thank you
Poster: Tyler
Posted Date: 2008-11-20 15:14:24.0
A response from Tyler at Thorlabs to apalmentieri: Given the current layout of the page it is not possible to further separate out the products by the bandwidth. However, we could consider creating a page of narrow bandwidth filters or put the products in a sortable table (see http://www.thorlabs.com/NewGroupPage11.cfm?ObjectGroup_ID=7 for an example). If either of these options would make finding the product you are looking for easier, please let me know. By the way, the current layout of the page was chosen so that it would be easy to locate a filter with the correct wavelength and at that point be able to see what bandwidth options were available as standard products. Thank you for taking the time to submit your feedback, can you please let me know if either of the options I proposed will help?
Poster: apalmentieri
Posted Date: 2008-11-19 16:15:54.0
To make some of our laser line filters more prevalent, it may make sense to seperate the narrow band(1nm for lower wavelengths and 3nm for higher wavelengths, 1064nm) and standard bands. Requests for these filters have come in before and providing them with their own section or webpage may make them easier to find.
Poster: Tyler
Posted Date: 2008-06-03 12:11:36.0
A response from Tyler at Thorlabs to acable: A tutorial tab was added to the page with some information about the properties of these filters. If anyone reading this tutorial would like to suggest or provide additional content please post the information in the feedback tab or email technicalmarketing@thorlabs.com.
Poster: acable
Posted Date: 2007-11-15 17:48:01.0
On the Overview tab it would be nice to provide details on the directional nature of the filter, along with an explanation of why the fitler is directional. Could you also provide a representative plots of the performance of the filters, showing how the performance is compromised when he direction of light is in the wrong direction would also be great. When using the filters i noticed that the arrow indicating the recommended direction is not as clearly marked as one would hope, could you consider taking a closeup photograph of the indicator, and display it in the main presentation area of this page, along with a simple statement indicating the meaning of the indicator.
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700 - 790 nm Bandpass Filters
Item #Transmission/
OD Dataa
CWLbFWHMcT (Min)dBlockingeLaser LineSize
FB700-10 info 700 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB700-40 info 700 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm N/A Ø1"
FB710-10 info 710 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB720-10 info 720 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB730-10 info 730 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FL730-10 info 730 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Diode Ø1"
FB740-10 info 740 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB750-10 info 750 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB750-40 info 750 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm N/A Ø1"
FB760-10 info 760 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB770-10 info 770 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB780-10 info 780 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FL05780-10 info 780 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1100 nm Diode Ø1/2"
FL780-10 info 780 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Diode Ø1"
FB790-10 info 790 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
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  • Center Wavelength
  • Full Width Half Max
  • Peak Transmission
  • <0.01% (>-40 dB)
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FB700-10 Support Documentation
FB700-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 700 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB700-40 Support Documentation
FB700-40 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 700 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$98.57
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FB710-10 Support Documentation
FB710-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 710 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB720-10 Support Documentation
FB720-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 720 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB730-10 Support Documentation
FB730-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 730 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FL730-10 Support Documentation
FL730-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 730 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
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FB740-10 Support Documentation
FB740-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 740 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB750-10 Support Documentation
FB750-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 750 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB750-40 Support Documentation
FB750-40 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 750 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$98.57
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FB760-10 Support Documentation
FB760-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 760 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB770-10 Support Documentation
FB770-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 770 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
Today
FB780-10 Support Documentation
FB780-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 780 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
Today
FL05780-10 Support Documentation
FL05780-10 Ø1/2" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 780 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$46.20
Today
FL780-10 Support Documentation
FL780-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 780 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
Today
FB790-10 Support Documentation
FB790-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 790 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
Today
800 - 890 nm Bandpass Filters
Item #Transmission/
OD Dataa
CWLbFWHMcT (Min)dBlockingeLaser LineSize
FB800-10 info 800 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB800-40 info 800 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm N/A Ø1"
FB810-10e info 810 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB820-10 info 820 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB830-10 info 830 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FL830-10 info 830 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Diode Ø1"
FB840-10 info 840 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB850-10 info 850 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FL05850-10 info 850 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1100 nm Diode Ø1/2"
FL850-10 info 850 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Diode Ø1"
FB850-40 info 850 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm N/A Ø1"
FB860-10 info 860 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB870-10 info 870 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB880-10 info 880 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FL880-10 info 880 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Diode Ø1"
FB880-40 info 880 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm N/A Ø1"
FB880-70 info 880 ± 8 nm 70 ± 8 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm N/A Ø1"
FB890-10 info 890 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
  • Click on More Info Icon for a plot and downloadable data.
  • Center Wavelength
  • Full Width Half Max
  • Peak Transmission
  • <0.01% (>-40 dB)
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FB800-10 Support Documentation
FB800-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 800 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB800-40 Support Documentation
FB800-40 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 800 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$98.57
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FB810-10 Support Documentation
FB810-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 810 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
Today
FB820-10 Support Documentation
FB820-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 820 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
Today
FB830-10 Support Documentation
FB830-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 830 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FL830-10 Support Documentation
FL830-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 830 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
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FB840-10 Support Documentation
FB840-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 840 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$84.67
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FB850-10 Support Documentation
FB850-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 850 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$98.57
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FL05850-10 Support Documentation
FL05850-10 Ø1/2" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 850 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$46.20
Today
FL850-10 Support Documentation
FL850-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 850 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
Today
FB850-40 Support Documentation
FB850-40 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 850 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$98.57
Today
FB860-10 Support Documentation
FB860-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 860 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
Today
FB870-10 Support Documentation
FB870-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 870 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
Today
FB880-10 Support Documentation
FB880-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 880 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
Today
FL880-10 Support Documentation
FL880-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 880 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
Today
FB880-40 Support Documentation
FB880-40 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 880 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$91.26
Today
FB880-70 Support Documentation
FB880-70 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 880 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 70 ± 8 nm
$98.57
Today
FB890-10 Support Documentation
FB890-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 890 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
Today
900 - 990 nm Bandpass Filters
Item #Transmission/
OD Dataa
CWLbFWHMcT (Min)dBlockingeLaser LineSize
FB900-10 info 900 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB900-40 info 900 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm N/A Ø1"
FL905-10 info 905 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Diode Ø1"
FL905-25 info 905 ± 5 nm 25 ± 5 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Diode Ø1"
FB910-10 info 910 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB920-10 info 920 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB930-10 info 930 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB940-10 info 940 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB950-10 info 950 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB960-10 info 960 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB970-10 info 970 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB980-10 info 980 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
FB990-10 info 990 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 50% 200 - 1200 nm N/A Ø1"
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FB900-10 Support Documentation
FB900-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 900 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB900-40 Support Documentation
FB900-40 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 900 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$98.57
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FL905-10 Support Documentation
FL905-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 905 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
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FL905-25 Support Documentation
FL905-25 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 905 ± 5 nm, FWHM = 25 ± 5 nm
$92.14
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FB910-10 Support Documentation
FB910-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 910 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB920-10 Support Documentation
FB920-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 920 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB930-10 Support Documentation
FB930-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 930 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB940-10 Support Documentation
FB940-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 940 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB950-10 Support Documentation
FB950-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 950 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB960-10 Support Documentation
FB960-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 960 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB970-10 Support Documentation
FB970-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 970 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB980-10 Support Documentation
FB980-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 980 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB990-10 Support Documentation
FB990-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 990 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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1000 - 1250 nm Bandpass Filters
Item #Transmission/
OD Dataa
CWLbFWHMcT (Min)dBlockingeLaser LineSize
FB1000-10 info 1000 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 45% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1050-10 info 1050 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 45% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FL051064-3 info 1064 ± 0.6 nm 3 ± 0.6 nm 55% 200 - 1100 nm Nd:YAG Ø1/2"
FL1064-3 info 1064 ± 0.6 nm 3 ± 0.6 nm 45% 200 - 1150 nm Nd:YAG Ø1"
FL051064-10 info 1064 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1100 nm Nd:YAG Ø1/2"
FL1064-10 info 1064 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 70% 200 - 1150 nm Nd:YAG Ø1"
FB1100-10 info 1100 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1150-10 info 1150 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FL1152-10 info 1152 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 45% 200 - 3000 nm HeNe Ø1"
FB1200-10 info 1200 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1250-10 info 1250 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
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FB1000-10 Support Documentation
FB1000-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1000 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB1050-10 Support Documentation
FB1050-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1050 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FL051064-3 Support Documentation
FL051064-3 Ø1/2" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 1064 ± 0.6 nm, FWHM = 3 ± 0.6 nm
$68.25
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FL1064-3 Support Documentation
FL1064-3 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 1064 ± 0.6 nm, FWHM = 3 ± 0.6 nm
$206.75
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FL051064-10 Support Documentation
FL051064-10 Ø1/2" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 1064 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$46.20
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FL1064-10 Support Documentation
FL1064-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 1064 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
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FB1100-10 Support Documentation
FB1100-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1100 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB1150-10 Support Documentation
FB1150-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1150 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FL1152-10 Support Documentation
FL1152-10 Ø1" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 1152 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$92.14
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FB1200-10 Support Documentation
FB1200-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1200 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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FB1250-10 Support Documentation
FB1250-10 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1250 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 10 ± 2 nm
$91.26
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1300 - 1490 nm Bandpass Filters
Item #Transmission/
OD Dataa
CWLbFWHMcT (Min)dBlockingeLaser LineSize
FB1300-12 info 1300 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1300-30 info 1300 ± 6 nm 30 ± 6 nm 40% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1310-12 info 1310 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1320-12 info 1320 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1330-12 info 1330 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1340-12 info 1340 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 40% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1350-12 info 1350 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1400-12 info 1400 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1450-12 info 1450 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1480-12 info 1480 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1490-12 info 1490 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
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FB1300-12 Support Documentation
FB1300-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1300 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1300-30 Support Documentation
FB1300-30 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1300 ± 6 nm, FWHM = 30 ± 6 nm
$88.60
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FB1310-12 Support Documentation
FB1310-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1310 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1320-12 Support Documentation
FB1320-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1320 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1330-12 Support Documentation
FB1330-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1330 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1340-12 Support Documentation
FB1340-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1340 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1350-12 Support Documentation
FB1350-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1350 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1400-12 Support Documentation
FB1400-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1400 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1450-12 Support Documentation
FB1450-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1450 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1480-12 Support Documentation
FB1480-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1480 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1490-12 Support Documentation
FB1490-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1490 ± 2 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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1500 - 1550 nm Bandpass Filters
Item #Transmission/
OD Dataa
CWLbFWHMcT (Min)dBlockingeLaser LineSize
FB1500-12 info 1500 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1510-12 info 1510 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1520-12 info 1520 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1530-12 info 1530 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1540-12 info 1540 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 35% 200 - 3000 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1550-12 info 1550 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm Diode Ø1"
FB1550-30 info 1550 ± 6 nm 30 ± 6 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm Diode Ø1"
FL051550-40 info 1550 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 45% 200 - 1850 nm Diode Ø1/2"
FB1550-40 info 1550 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm 45% 200 - 1850 nm Diode Ø1"
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FB1500-12 Support Documentation
FB1500-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1500 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1510-12 Support Documentation
FB1510-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1510 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1520-12 Support Documentation
FB1520-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1520 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1530-12 Support Documentation
FB1530-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1530 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1540-12 Support Documentation
FB1540-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1540 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1550-12 Support Documentation
FB1550-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1550 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1550-30 Support Documentation
FB1550-30 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1550 ± 6 nm, FWHM = 30 ± 6 nm
$88.60
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FL051550-40 Support Documentation
FL051550-40 Ø1/2" Laser Line Filter, CWL = 1550 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$46.20
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FB1550-40 Support Documentation
FB1550-40 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1550 ± 8 nm, FWHM = 40 ± 8 nm
$88.60
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1560 - 1650 nm Bandpass Filters
Item #Transmission/
OD Dataa
CWLbFWHMcT (Min)dBlockingeLaser LineSize
FB1560-12 info 1560 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1570-12 info 1570 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1580-12 info 1580 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1590-12 info 1590 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1600-12 info 1600 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1610-12 info 1610 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1620-12 info 1620 ± 2 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
FB1650-12 info 1650 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm 50% 200 - 1850 nm N/A Ø1"
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FB1560-12 Support Documentation
FB1560-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1560 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1570-12 Support Documentation
FB1570-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1570 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1580-12 Support Documentation
FB1580-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1580 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1590-12 Support Documentation
FB1590-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1590 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1600-12 Support Documentation
FB1600-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1600 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1610-12 Support Documentation
FB1610-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1610 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1620-12 Support Documentation
FB1620-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1620 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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FB1650-12 Support Documentation
FB1650-12 Ø1" Bandpass Filter, CWL = 1650 ± 2.4 nm, FWHM = 12 ± 2.4 nm
$91.26
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Bandpass Filter Kits

The Bandpass Filter Kits contain ten of our most popular Ø1" mounted filters. The filter housings are labeled with the center wavelength, the Full Width Half Maximum (FWHM) of the bandpass region, lot number, and an arrow denoting the transmission direction. The filters come in a foam-lined storage box to help keep the optics organized and protected from physical damage. The table below contains a list of filters (and specs) included in each of the kits.

Item #Filter IncludedTransmission/
OD Dataa
Center WavelengthFWHMFilter IncludedTransmission/
OD Dataa
Center WavelengthFWHM
FKB-VIS-10 FB350-10 info 350 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB400-10 info 400 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm
FB450-10 info 450 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB500-10 info 500 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm
FB550-10 info 550 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB600-10 info 600 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm
FB650-10 info 650 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB700-10 info 700 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm
FB750-10 info 750 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB800-10 info 800 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm
FKB-VIS-40 FB400-40 info 400 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm FB450-40 info 450 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm
FB500-40 info 500 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm FB550-40 info 550 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm
FB600-40 info 600 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm FB650-40 info 650 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm
FB700-40 info 700 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm FB750-40 info 750 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm
FB800-40 info 800 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm FB850-40 info 850 ± 8 nm 40 ± 8 nm
FKB-IR-10 FB850-10 info 850 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB900-10 info 900 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm
FB1000-10 info 1000 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB1100-10 info 1100 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm
FB1200-10 info 1200 ± 2 nm 10 ± 2 nm FB1300-12 info 1300 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm
FB1400-12 info 1400 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm FB1500-12 info 1500 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm
FB1550-12 info 1550 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm FB1600-12 info 1600 ± 2.4 nm 12 ± 2.4 nm
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FKB-VIS-10 Support Documentation
FKB-VIS-10 Visible Bandpass Filter Kit (10 nm FWHM), Mounted, Set of 10
$932.10
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FKB-VIS-40 Support Documentation
FKB-VIS-40 Visible Bandpass Filter Kit (40 nm FWHM), Mounted, Set of 10
$963.60
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FKB-IR-10 Support Documentation
FKB-IR-10 IR Bandpass Filter Kit (10 nm FWHM), Mounted, Set of 10
$905.95
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