Collection: 780nm Bandpass Filter

780nm light falls within the near-infrared (NIR) spectrum and has applications in a few areas:

  • Quantum Technologies (Emerging): This is a rapidly developing field, and 780nm light has potential applications in specific quantum technologies like:

    • Atomic Clocks: High-precision atomic clocks rely on manipulating atoms with lasers. Some designs explore using 780nm light to cool and control rubidium atoms, potentially leading to even more accurate timekeeping.

    • Quantum Communication: Secure communication methods utilizing entangled photons (particles with linked properties) might benefit from using 780nm light. However, this is a complex area of ongoing research.

  • Biomedical Research (Emerging): Some research explores using 780nm light for specific purposes, such as exciting certain fluorescent proteins or dyes used in biological imaging or analysis. However, this application is less common compared to shorter NIR wavelengths.

  • Material Processing (Potential): 780nm light might have some potential for specific material processing applications, but this is a less established area. It could be used for tasks like laser cutting or annealing (heat treatment) of certain materials.

Overall, applications for 780nm are concentrated in emerging fields like quantum technologies. It's less commonly used in established areas like biomedicine or material processing compared to other NIR wavelengths.

780nm Bandpass Filter

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