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The working principle of right angle prism

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The working principle of right angle prism

[Abstract]:
Right angle prism is usually used to deflect the light path or deflect the image formed by the optical system by 90°. Depending on the orientation of the prism, the imaging can be left and right, but upside down and left and right are not aligned. Right angle prism can also be used for combined imaging, beam shifting and other applications.

Right angle prism is usually used to deflect the light path or deflect the image formed by the optical system by 90°. Depending on the orientation of the prism, the imaging can be left and right, but upside down and left and right are not aligned. Right angle prism can also be used for combined imaging, beam shifting and other applications.

Right angle prism

Right angle prism: It is one of the basic functions of a right angle prism to efficiently reflect the incident light internally by using the characteristic of the critical angle.

Right angle prism
One of the basic functions of Right angle prism is to use the critical angle characteristic to efficiently reflect the incident light internally. When the right-angle prism is used, it is usually coated with some optical film. Generally, aluminized and silver-plated media have different reflection effects. The right-angle prism itself has a larger contact area and typical angles of 45° and 90°. Therefore, compared with ordinary mirrors, Right-angle prisms are easier to install and have better stability and strength against mechanical stress. They are the best choice for optical parts for various devices and instruments.

Right angle prism is usually used to deflect the light path or deflect the image formed by the optical system by 90°. Depending on the orientation of the prism, the imaging can be left and right, but upside down and left and right are not aligned. Right-angle prisms can also be used for imaging, beam shifting and other applications.

When using Right angle prism, some optical film is usually coated. The right-angle prism itself has a larger contact area and typical angles of 45° and 90°. Therefore, compared with ordinary mirrors, the right-angle prism is easier to install and has better stability and strength against mechanical stress. They are the best choice of optical components for various devices and instruments.