Color Filter Glass : Products & Services

Green Filters

Green filters transmit a relatively narrow wavelength band centered around light in the green spectrum and are named after the wavelength at which their transmittance attains the maximum value.

When desiring to attain the maximum transmittance at a specific wavelength, or to absorb light of shorter wavelengths, bonding these filters and sharp cut filters together will serve the purpose. Green filters are used as contrast-effect filters for black and white photography, and also as 3-color separation filters.

Color Filter Glass : Green Filter Data
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Item / Filter Type Standard Value Color Specification (Standard illuminants A) Thickness Reflective Index Chemical Properties Thermal Properties Mechanical Properties Specific Gravity
λT max (nm) T max (%) λS1 (nm) λl5 (nm) x y mm nd Dw DA Tg TS α -30/70 α 100/300 HK FA S
G-530 530±5 18±3 470 580 0.235 0.699 2.5 - 1 1 450 495 94 100 500 130 3.12
G-533 533±5 53±3 410 660 0.373 0.566 2.5 1.541 3 1 550 600 87 103 580 140 2.60
G-545 545±5 13±3 490 600 0.349 0.637 2.5 1.579 4 1 460 510 92 103 500 130 3.10
G-550 550±5 82±3 400 - 0.472 0.478 2.5 1.529 4 1 545 590 90 104 560 130 2.58
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λT max (nm): Wavelength for maximum transmittance
T max (%): Maximum transmittance
λS1 (nm): Less than 1% wavelength at short wave side
λl5 (nm): Less than 5% wavelength at long wave side

Note: The listed data are standard value. Because of continuous product improvement, the various data listed are subject to change without notice.