Xenon flash lamps are pulsed light sources that emit light with an instantaneously high peak output. The emitted light is a continuous spectrum spanning from the UV to the infrared region and is used for a wide range of applications including chemical analysis and imaging.
|2 W xenon flash lamp module||5 W xenon flash lamp module||20 W xenon flash lamp module||10 W xenon flash lamp||15 W xenon flash lamp||20 W xenon flash lamp||60 W xenon flash lamp|
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(Absorption analysis,fluorescence analysis)
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These lamp modules integrate a 2 W xenon flash lamp with a power supply and trigger socket, and are designed to extract maximum performance from the lamp. The lamp is available in a housing that has the smallest size among lamps of comparable wattage and operates on a 5 V battery to allow assembly into portable analytical instruments.
These lamp modules integrate a 5 W xenon flash lamp with a power supply and trigger socket and are designed to extract maximum performance from the lamp, including high luminous efficiency, high stability, and long lifetime.
These lamp modules integrate a 20 W xenon flash lamp with a power supply and trigger socket and are designed to extract maximum performance from the lamp. These will prove ideal for a wide variety of applications including those requiring a high flash repetition rate or high lamp input energy. With the electrodes positioned precisely, there is no need for troublesome optical axis alignment which is required sometimes during installation or wiring tasks.
In spite of using low-cost electrodes, these 10 W xenon flash lamps feature high stability and long lifetime, making them versatile and easy to use in a wide range of applications. The lamp shape is selectable from either a hemispherical or flat window.
These 15 W xenon flash lamps integrate a reflector to deliver higher output, yet these lamps are also compact and generate less heat. The built-in reflector is available with a choice of converging type and collimating type. The converging type is ideal for applications where the output light must be guided to an optical light guide.
These 20 W xenon flash lamps employ a metal can package to achieve high output. An MgF2 window type that emits a spectrum of light from 160 nm to 7500 nm is also available for a wide range of applications including inspections, measurements and chemical analysis. A high output type with a built-in reflector is also provided that enables 1.5 times higher output.
These are 60 W xenon flash lamps that deliver the highest output among our xenon flash lamps. Despite their high output, these lamps are highly stable. A built-in reflector type with an even higher output is also provided that boosts the output 1.5 times higher than that of other 60 W lamps.
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