Color filters absorb specific wavelengths of color and transmit the non-absorbed wavelengths, making them visible. As a result, our color filters provide consistent vibrant colors for many illumination and detection applications. In addition, unlike polymer gels or colored glass that absorb other materials, these thin interference filters are virtually free from absorption, providing superior transmission and lifetime performance.
We design our dichroic colored filters to efficiently transmit certain regions of the visible spectrum while reflecting others. Unlike some polymer gels or absorptive glass filters, our thin-film filters provide superior transmission while remaining absorption-free. Our rich amber color filters also have a much steeper edge transition between the longer and shorter wavelengths than colored glass.
The light produced by dichroic filters is saturated in color, presenting exceptional uniformity and purity. Also known as interference or thin-film filters, our amber color filters use hard, multiple-layer coatings to allow stable performance without aging or fading under high-output lighting applications.
Some of the applications of our amber color filters include:
Because our color filters reflect undesired wavelengths, they do not absorb unwanted energy during operation. As a result, they do not become near as hot as typical glass filters. This feature makes them ideal for the highest-powered lighting systems, including those found in filmmaking and concerts. In addition, our amber color optical filters will not degrade, melt or deform in standard applications.
Salvo Technologies amber color filters offer a far longer life span than most traditional filters. In addition, because the color forms part of the layers, it will not bleach out over the filter’s lifetime. This attribute is essential for cinema and theatrical shows where structural integrity is critical.
We supply amber color filters in two stock options:
Companies unsure of their exact specifications can test a specific stock filter before committing to a higher volume purchase. We can ship most of our stock orders in as little as 24 hours.
Besides our stock options, our amber color filters are fully customizable. Simple customization is often as easy as choosing between the type of filter, the dimensions, and a circular or rectangular shape. We can sometimes apply multiple coatings to the same filter to enhance performance or alter the effects.
Our amber color filters can integrate with some of our other designs to optimize productivity. Options include:
Our dichroic color filters, also known as interference filters, filter light by blocking all undesired wavelengths while permitting selected wavelengths to pass through. We construct our color filters using thin-film technology by applying several film layers on one side of an optically flat piece of transparent, borosilicate glass. When light hits the coated side of the filter, the different film layers transmit and magnify the desired wavelengths while reducing or reflecting the unwanted wavelengths entirely.
Compared to absorptive optical filters, interference filters significantly improve selectivity and are much more effective in precision applications. Our cyan color filters block red light, allowing green and blue to pass through. Several typical applications of cyan filters include:
Compared to most traditional optical filters, our cyan color filters provide higher performance and much longer life. Several added advantages of cyan color filters include the following:
We offer cyan color optical filters in three stock options:
Our stock filters offer businesses prototype solutions without you needing to commit to a costly purchase. Our engineering team has decades of experience with thin-film technology. Please contact us if you require a sample filter that meets a specific set of applications.
We can add multiple coatings to our cyan filters to produce an enhanced or altered effect. Our color filters also combine well with other designs to optimize performance. Some examples include:
Our dichroic color filters, also known as interference filters, use multiple layers of thin materials to control transmitting or reflecting wavelengths through constructive and deconstructive interference. Our fuchsia filters measure wavelengths in the long wave pass (LWP) region, meaning they effectively transmit long wavelengths while blocking or reflecting shorter ones.
We design our color filters using nonabsorbing materials, which provide superior transmission of rich colors while minimizing light loss. Our filters also allow for a much steeper edge transition between reflection and transmission bands than most traditional designs of color filters. These features essentially project and control specific colors to appear brightly and efficiently.
Interference filters are perfect for precise scientific instrumentation, as their reflection and transmission curves are highly controllable, allowing for very sharp transitions and narrow bandpass regions. Other industrial uses of our color filters include:
Benefits of Fuchsia Color Filters:
By controlling the number of layers and coating thickness, the wavelength of the filter’s passband is adjustable both ways. Because unwanted wavelengths reflect rather than absorb, colored optical filters don’t become nearly as hot as the equivalent conventional filter under heavy-duty lighting applications. Several added benefits of our fuchsia filters are:
* Our color filters do not age or fade, unlike gel filters.
We can pattern other filter designs with our fuchsia filter to produce full color and photorealistic imaging effects.
Additionally, we stock one filter that falls within the fuchsia color family. Wavelengths from our Purple 682nm LWP color optical filter can accurately measure up to 682 nanometers in the LWP region.
Our stock options allow perfect prototype opportunities without committing to an expensive, larger-lot order. In addition, quick alterations of our fuchsia filter make for easy customization. In most cases, ordering a custom fuchsia filter is as simple as telling us the shape and specifying the dimensions.
We can also apply multiple coatings to our fuchsia color filter to alter the weight and size while enhancing its performance for a specific application. The fuchsia filter can also combine with other stock filters to provide even more versatility. Several examples of potential pairings include:
Our dichroic color filters use thin-film technology to interfere with specific wavelengths selectively. We construct our color filters using multiple layers of coatings and adhering them to an optical borosilicate glass substrate. Our green color filter design transmits only the central green visible wavelengths while reflecting the shorter blue and longer red visible wavelengths.
Our green color filters use unique, hard-sputtered coatings that provide lasting durability and shift-free stability without fading or aging under the most intense light applications. While many traditional color filters are absorptive, Salvo’s color filters are absorptive-free, allowing for enhanced transmission and rich, saturated colors. Our green interference filters also feature steeper edge transitions than most conventional color filters, allowing optimal light transmission.
The thickness of the optical layers determines the filter’s specific performance characteristics. As a result, green interference filters can effectively meet the needs of many industries like spectroscopy, agriculture, chemistry, and photography. Several specific applications of our green filters include:
Our optical technology produces filters that deliver green colors across various wavelengths. Among the added benefits of green color filters are these points:
We stock over 20 different green color filters that produce wavelengths accurately, measuring from 507-570 nanometers in long wave pass (LWP) regions, short wave pass (SWP) regions, and full width at half maximum (FWHM) bandwidth. Customizing your green color filter can be as easy as letting us know the design and size and whether you need a circular or rectangular shape. We can also add multiple coatings onto the same filter to enhance its versatility and effectiveness.
To further optimize performance, our green color filters can combine with many of our other stock filters. Several possible combinations include:
Our dichroic color filters transmit light across a range of wavelengths while reflecting unwanted colors. Our color filters use the principle of thin-film interference to produce a visible color selectively. We coat multiple film layers onto a borosilicate glass substrate to make our dichroic filters.
Our lavender filters are several filter types that fit into the dichroic family. You can use our lavender color filters for various applications, including:
Our unique film coatings provide excellent alternatives to dyed plastics and glass when a single light beam must split into two separate beams varying by wavelength. Lavender filters have the advantage of reflecting unwanted light instead of absorbing the energy, allowing them to work well with much higher-intensity light sources. These filters are virtually absorption-free and provide superior transmission, rich saturated blue colors, and long life.
Dichroic color filters provide a steep edge transition between transmission and reflection bands that is more significant than conventional colored glass or polymer gels. Our lavender color filter options include:
Our stock filters are perfect for prototyping and testing, providing quick delivery and much lower costs than custom-made samples. Sometimes, we can ship in-stock prototypes in as little as one day. In addition, our engineers have decades of experience to walk you through any design or fabrication questions.
Our lavender color filters offer many advantages and benefits, including:
We can combine or add multiple coatings to your lavender filter to meet your application’s required size, weight, or performance specifications. The customization process can be as easy as determining the dimensions and selecting a circular or rectangular shape. Additionally, you can combine our color filters with other types of filters to enhance or optimize performance.
Other filters that work well with our lavender filters are:
Our dichroic color filters selectively transmit or reflect spectral elements of a beam of white light emanating from a light source. Our magenta filter design transmits longer red and shorter blue visible wavelengths and reflects central green wavelengths to provide a rich, vibrant magenta color. Unlike absorptive filters like polymer or colored glass, our thin-interference filters are absorption-free, allowing superior durability under the most intense heat sources.
The dynamics of our multi-layered, hard-sputtered coatings provide outstanding durability without the risk of aging or fading. Magenta color filters are popular in photography and cinematography for adjusting skin tones. Other popular applications of magenta dichroic filters include:
We offer magenta color filters in seven stock options:
Our stock filters provide customers with cost-effective testing, sampling, and prototyping options. We can often ship in as little as one day if we have the filter style you need in stock.
Advantages of using our magenta color optical filters include:
We can cut your filter to fit your application’s size and shape specifications. We can also integrate two or more coating options into the same filter to enhance color or optimize performance. Another method of augmenting the performance of our magenta filters involves pairing them with an entirely different design.
You can use them with other filter possibilities, including:
Our dichroic color filters alter the appearance of light for your use in various applications. Our orange filters reflect the shorter wavelengths of the color spectrum while transmitting the longer orange, red, and near-infrared (IR) wavelengths to produce a rich, saturated orange color. Our multi-layer, thin-film technology allows our filters to remain durable and prevent absorption over their lifetimes, making them perfect for functions that require intense heat exposure.
We construct our orange color filters with increased edge steepness between the transmission and reflective bands to allow a quick transition between transmission and reflection.
Our color filters are ideal for blocking ambient light, increasing contrast, and blocking ultraviolet (UV) radiation for scientific purposes. Several other popular applications of our orange color filters include:
We supply orange color filters in one option — Orange 573nm LWP. This filter can accurately measure wavelengths up to 573 nm in the long wave pass (LWP) region.
The benefits of using our orange color filters over include:
Our stock filters are also perfect for sampling and prototyping, allowing you to avoid the expensive costs of custom fabrication. If we have the filter you need in stock, we can send shipments in as little as 24 hours.
Our stock filters are fully customizable to meet your exact specifications. We can cut your filter to your required size in a rectangular or circular shape for simple alterations. We can also combine coatings on your filter to enhance performance or produce the desired effect. In addition, our color filters work together in the same application to provide even greater versatility.
Other design options our orange filters pair well with include:
Our pink dichroic color filters transmit shorter blue and longer red visible wavelengths while reflecting central green wavelengths. Our color filters use multi-edge notch technology to ensure high peak transmission and excellent reflection properties. In addition, our thin films combine to form hard-sputtered coatings that provide stable and durable performance without fading under high-intensity lighting applications.
Our dichroic filters use the principle of thin-film interference to produce color. Light waves reflecting off the film’s top surface and the waves reflecting from the bottom create this interference. Our pink filters are one of the many dichroic designs that transmit a wide range of colors.
Several examples of industrial applications involving our pink color filters include:
Our color filters can also control heat and correct visibility through infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) blocking.
Optical Filter Shop’s pink color filter options include:
Among the added benefits of our dichroic filters are:
We can combine or add multiple coatings to pink filters to enhance performance, size, and weight. We can customize your filter to your specifications by cutting it into different sizes or shapes. In addition, pink filters combine well with other filter designs to produce a wide range of versatile functions.
Several examples include:
We feature an entire line of dichroic color filters that change the basic appearance of light. Our red color filters transmit the longer visible wavelengths while reflecting the shorter ones. We use a sputtering process to apply multi-layered coatings that provide stable and durable performance under the most demanding light settings.
While many traditional color filters consist of polymer gels or absorptive colored glass, our red dichroic filters are absorption-free, using thin-film interference technology to produce the most superior transmission of rich red colors. In addition, we craft our dichroic filters with an abrupt edge transition between the shorter and longer wavelength transmission bands to provide accurate measurements and the most effective reflective properties.
Our red color filters are ideal for measuring specific luminary properties using a spectrometer or other sensing devices. Among the most common applications of red dichroic filters are:
Our red color filters come in 18 stock options that accurately measure wavelengths in both the long wave pass (LWP) and short wave pass (SWP) regions. Several advantages and benefits include:
Our red stock filters are also perfect for sampling and prototyping. Rather than committing to a large-volume custom run, purchasing a single stock filter can save high costs. If we have the filters you need in stock, we can usually ship in as little as 24 hours.
Many of our stock filters are customizable to meet your application’s and industry’s needs. The customization process is often as easy as letting us know the filter’s style, shape, and size. We can also pair multiple filters together in the same application to provide even more versatile features.
Specific designs that work well with red filters include:
Should your filters require more enhanced customization, our engineers can design an option to achieve peak performance for your application. Our team has decades of experience with coating technology to help you find the right solution for your needs. Our top priority is increasing the performance and maximizing the efficiency of your operation.
Our dichroic color filters are among the most effective tools in the industry for color alterations and wavelength measurement. Our yellow filters reflect the shorter color wavelengths while transmitting the longer visible wavelengths. In addition, we use a highly advanced sputtering technique to combine layers of coatings that provide exceptionally durable performance under the highest-output light settings.
Unlike polymer gels or traditional colored glass, our color filters are absorption-free. Our filters produce the richest yellow colors possible by using thin-film interference technology. In addition, we manufacture our yellow filters with steep edge transitions between the longer and shorter wavelength bands to reveal the most accurate reflective properties and measurements.
Among the most popular applications of our yellow color filters are:
You can buy our yellow optical filters in four different stock options:
The many benefits of our yellow color filters:
Our yellow stock filters also provide affordable sampling or prototyping options.
We can apply custom coatings to yellow color filters to meet the required specifications of your industry or application. We can fabricate your custom filter using various substrates, sizes, and shapes. Customization can be as easy as selecting the filter’s type, shape, and dimensions.
Several filter designs pair together to enhance performance even further. For example, combinations that work well with our yellow filters include:
Our engineering team has decades of experience working with optical technology so that we can handle even the most complex customization projects. We aim to produce a filter that maximizes the performance and efficiency of your application.