Fluorescence Filter Sets (132 sets)
TRP, DyLight405, Sirius, DAPI, BFP, CFP, FURA2, GFP, FITC, LuciferYellow,
SYBRGold, YFP, TRITC, Cy3, TxRed, DiA, Keima, mCherry, Cy5, Cy5.5, Cy7,
ICG, FISH, Quantum dot, FRET, Laser Fluorescence, Multiphoton, etc. (Single-band
Semrock Filter Families
Thin Films Components (21 ea)
Produced by ATFilms, this ultra-high reflectivity mirror is ideal for
cavity ring-down (CRD) spectroscopy and other applications requiring very
low loss or absorption reflectivity.
Fluorescence Filters (542 ea)
Single-band Bandpass Filters, Multiband Bandpass Filters, Edge Filters,
Single-edge Dichroic Beamsplitters, Multiedge Dichroic Baeamsplitters.
Filters (27 ea)
EdgeBasic filters are value-priced, hard-coated edge filters for Raman
spectroscopy and for fluorescence microscopy and measurements.
Beam Combiners/Splitters (7 ea)
designed to efficiently multiplex or demultiplex (combine or separate)
laser beams at a 45° angle of incidence.
Laser Diode Clean-up Filters (6 ea)
Keep the desirable laser light while eliminating the noise.
Mercury Line Filters (2ea)
ideal for use with high-power mercury arc lamps for spectroscopy, optical metrology and photolithography mask-aligner and stepper systems
Laser-line Clean-up Filters (30ea)
transmit greater than 90% of the light at a precisely defined
PulseLine™ Femtosecond Optics (12ea)
RazorEdge® Raman Filters (55ea)
RazorEdge filters allow you to see the weakest signals closer to the laser line, especially for Raman spectroscopy applications. With their deep laser-line blocking, ultrawide and low-ripple passbands, hard-coated reliability, and high laser damage threshold, they offer lasting performance and value
Semrock® General Purpose Mirrors (2ea)
"Imaging Flat" - Ideal for microscopy use
Semrock® Near-IR Filters (3ea)
1535/3 nm, 1550/3 nm, 1570/3 nm single-band bandpass filters
Semrock® Polarization Filters (5ea)
Polarization Bandpass filter with 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio
StopLine® Notch Filters (23ea)
Single and Multi-notch filters that rival the performance of holographic notch filters with Semrock reliability built in
VersaChrome™ Widely Tunable Filters (15ea)
offer tunability over a very wide range of wavelengths by adjusting the angle of incidence with essentially no change in spectral performance
The Semrock Advantage
Proven Reliability Superior
All Semrock filters demonstrate exceptional reliability. The
simple all-glass structure combined with ion-beam-sputtered
hard coatings are virtually impervious to humidity and
temperature induced degradation. Plus, Semrock filters don’t
“burn out” and they can be readily cleaned and handled.
Semrock confidently backs our filters with a comprehensive
ten year warranty. Built to preserve their high level of performance
in test after test, year after year, our filters reduce your cost of
ownership by eliminating the expense and uncertainty of replacement
Batch-to-batch reproducibility. Whether you are using a filter
manufactured last year or last week, the results will always be
the same. Our highly automated volume manufacturing systems
closely monitor every step of our processes to ensure quality
and performance of each and every filter. End users never need
to worry whether results will vary when setting up a new system,
and OEM manufacturers can rely on a secure supply line.
Semrock successfully combines the most sophisticated and
modern ion-beam-sputtering deposition systems, renowned
for their stability, with our own proprietary deposition control
technology, unique predictive algorithms, process improvements,
and volume manufacturing capability. The result is optical filters
of unsurpassed performance that set the standard for the
Biotech and Analytical Instrumentation industries. These filters
are so exceptional that they are patented and award-winning. We never stop innovating.
Semrock’s no burn-out optical filters are all made
with ion-beam sputtering and our exclusively single-substrate construction
for the highest transmission on the market. Steeper edges, precise wavelength
accuracy, and carefully optimized blocking mean better contrast and
faster measurements - even at UV wavelengths.