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Concave Mirrors: Protected Aluminum (450 nm - 20 µm)
Thorlabs' Protected Aluminum-Coated Concave Mirrors are designed for light collection, imaging, and focusing applications. These reflective optics focus light without chromatic aberration, making them especially suitable for broadband sources.
These mirrors offer >90% average reflection in the spectral range from 450 nm - 2 µm and >95% average reflection in
All of the mirrors on this page can be mounted by our Precision Kinematic Mirror Mounts.
Please contact Tech Support for custom versions of these optics. Thorlabs also offers dielectric concave mirrors that provide higher reflectivity than metal mirrors at the expense of operating over a more narrow wavelength range.
The shaded region in each graph denotes the range over which we guarantee the specified reflectance. Please note that the reflectance outside of these bands is typical and can vary from lot to lot, especially in out-of-band regions where the reflectance is fluctuating or sloped.
Concave Mirror Selection Guide
Thorlabs offers concave mirrors with both metallic and dielectric stack reflective coatings. Metallic-coated mirrors offer relatively high reflectivity (90-95%) over a wide wavelength range, while dielectric-coated mirrors provide even higher reflectivity (>99%) but over a smaller wavelength range. See the table to the right for an overview of the various coatings we offer for our concave mirrors. All coating options are available on optics with diameters ranging from Ø1/2" to Ø75 mm. Metallic mirrors are available with focal lengths from 9.5 - 1000 mm, while dielectric mirrors are available with focal lengths from 12 - 1000 mm.
Below are reflectivity plots for our complete line of concave mirrors. To view our selection of mirrors available with a particular coating, either click on the graphed line of interest or the corresponding coating name in the legend. Graphs are shown for an angle of incidence (AOI) of 8 degrees, which is the recommended angle at which to use a concave mirror.
Click on a particular graphed line or the corresponding name in the legend to view concave mirrors with that coating option.