Sichuan Yasi Optics Co.,Ltd.
Sichuan Yasi Optics Co.,Ltd.

Silicon (Si) single crystal is a chemical inert material ,which is with high hardness and insoluble in water. It has good transmittance at 1 to 7µm wavelength. At the same time, it also has good transmittance in the far-infrared wavelengths 300- 300µm, which unique compare with other infrared optical materials.Silicon (Si) is usually used in the 3 to 5µm middle wave infrared optical window and the optical filter substrate. The material has good thermal conductivity and Low density, which is also commonly used for making laser mirrors

Types of Silicon Optics


How Do Silicon Optics Work?

How Do Silicon Optics Work?

Silicon Optics operate based on the optical properties of silicon, a material that has revolutionized the field of photonics. Silicon's high refractive index and ability to manipulate light at the nanoscale enable it to perform various optical functions. Silicon Optics, such as lenses, waveguides, and optical switches, utilize these properties to efficiently control, guide, and manipulate light, enabling advancements in fields like telecommunications, sensing, and imaging.

What Are the Advantages of Silicon Optics


High Transmission: Silicon optics offer excellent transmission in the infrared spectrum, crucial for various applications like laser cutting and thermal imaging.


Thermal Stability: Silicon's low coefficient of thermal expansion ensures stable performance across temperature changes, critical for precision optics.


Durability: Silicon optics are robust and resistant to mechanical stress, making them suitable for demanding industrial and aerospace environments.


Cost-Effective: Silicon is abundant and easy to process, leading to cost-effective production of optical components compared to other materials.