Dove Prism is a form of prism invented by H. W. Dove. It resembles half of a common right-angle prism in which a ray entering parallel to hypotenuse face is reflected internally at that face and emerges parallel to its incident direction. One of the incident rays emerges along a continuation of its incident direction, and if the prism is rotated about that ray through some angle, the image rotates through twice that angle. A Dove Prism must be used in parallel light.
Material: Optical glass, Fused silica, Sapphire, ZnSe
Dimension: 1-250 mm
Dimension Tolerance: +0/-0.1 mm
Surface Flatness: λemail@example.com nm
Surface Quality: 10-5
Angular Accuracy: 5 Second
Coating: Uncoated, AR, HR, Beamsplitter ect.
Material BK7 grade A optical glass
Dimension Tolerance +0.0/-0.2mm
Clear Aperture >85%
Surface Quality 60-40 scratch and dig
Angle Tolerance < 3 arc minutes
Protective Bevel 0.25 mm x 45°
Dove Prism Standard Products:
Part No. Material Model A (mm) B (mm) h (mm)
TDP101 SF11 180° 9.3 2.6 1.3
TDP102 SF11 180° 14.0 5.0 2.6
TDP103 BK7 Dove 21.1 5.0 5.0
TDP104 BK7 Dove 42.3 10.0 10.0
TDP105 BK7 Dove 63.4 15.0 15.0
TDP106 BK7 180° 80.0 20.0 20.0
Note: Other sizes, material and coatings are available upon request.