A LP1000 cuts on starting at 860nm and is most frequently used with infrared Vidicon or InGaAs cameras, where it generally cuts off wavelengths short of the 1550nm telecommunications band. This filter blocks almost all light that CCD/CMOS cameras are sensitive to.
- Useful Range: 1010-2300 nm
- Cut-on Wavelength 50% T: 1000 nm
- Tolerance: +/- 10nm
- Minimum Peak Transmission: 90%
- Surface Quality: 40/20