The PLX Lateral Transfer Hollow RetroreflectorTM (LTHR): Ideal for applications where the main beam must be aligned with two or more other axis, while maintaining perfect parallelism.

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Lateral Transfer Hollow Retroreflectors™ (LTHR)

Cat. No. Clear Aperture
Mirror Surface
Exiting Beam
Max Deviation
Coating Wavelength Range (nm) Reflectance Coating Curve Diagram 3D Model
L-20-1 2.0/51 λ/10 1.0 - - -
L-20-2 2.0/51 λ/10 2.0 - - -
L-20-5 2.0/51 λ/8 5.0 - - -
L-20-10 2.0/51 λ/4 10.0 - - -
L-20-30 2.0/51 λ/2 30.0 - - -

Beam Deviation is the maximum deviation from parallelism, expressed in seconds of arc, of any single return beam from any of the 6 sub-apertures of the retroreflector, when the retroreflector is fully-illuminated.

Exiting Wavefront is the resultant maximum peak-to-valley wavefront deformation from a fully-illuminated retroreflector, where lambda = 633nm.

Certain high accuracy models may be heavier than indicated here. Check with us for actual weight.

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