Polarizer

Polarizing filters can be a straight-forward solution for improving attribute extraction when a measurement task is inhibited by reflections. The first polarizing filter positioned on the light polarizes the light beam linearly. This means that the transverse light waves are filtered out down to a minimal amount. A reflection occurs when contact is made with the object - the boundary surface to be exact. Depending on various refraction angles, this reflection then again generates transverse stray light. The stray light (the reflection) generated by the reflection can be absorbed by the second filter. Only a small part of the previously linearly polarized light remains.



Model
FLDL
FLDL-i24x15-PL-Set
FLDL-i44x15-PL-Set
FLDL-i56x15-PL-Set
FLDL-i74x27-PL-Set
FLDL-i86x15-PL-Set
FLDL-i120x15-PL-Set
FLDL-i150x27-PL-Set
FLDL-i180x15-PL-Set
FLDL - TP
FLDL-TP-Si51-PL
FLDL-TP-Si100-PL
FLDR - LA3
FLDR-i132-LA3-PL-Set
FLDR-i170-LA3-PL-Set
Model
FLDR - A
FLDR-i50A-PL-Set
FLDR-Si32A-PL-Set
FLDR-i70A-PL-Set
FLDR-i120A-PL-Set
FLDR - B
FLDR-i70B-PL-Set
FHLN
FHLN-Si50-PL-Set
FHLN-Si150S-PL-Set