Xenon lamp power supply offers intensity ultraviolet to near-infrared light output with little light ripple using long lifetime Xe arc lamps of about 450 to 1000 W power. They include everything required to operate this lamp into one package, including power cables, power supply, and a lamp housing. When people need illumination sources for industrial applications, spectrophotometers, and fluorescence microscopy systems, they turn to the popular Xenon (Xe) arc lamps. Some of the xenon lamp power supply’s features are:

  • Four element Aspherab lens or two-element plano-convex
  • Ozone Free (Low UV) or UV-Enhanced Xe Lamps
  • High-intensity, broadband ultraviolet to near-infrared output

Research lamp housing, lamp housing interconnection cables, appropriate socket adapter, and an arc lamp are all included in the high-power research light sources. Users can easily integrate the setup and can use the light source after an easy and quick installation.

1000 watt Xenon Lamp Power Supply Options

Most times, people refer to 1000 Watt xenon lamp power supply as Ozone Free or UV Enhanced versions. When there is no requirement for wavelength emission not up to 260 nm, people will always find Ozone-free lamps quite exceptional. The recommendation is to utilize the light resource close to the outdoors or ventilation port if users have to use ozone creating lamps. People will find UV Enhanced Xe curve spotlights suitable for those requiring a Xe arc lamp’s output with added UV region intensity.

Lens Option Plano-Convex Condenser with Two Elements

A –R1 light sources include a research lamp casing with high power with the model 66921. There is collimated light output, 48 mm diameter, and flange series with 2-inch series in this housing. The condenser lens is the second lens as a plano-convex F/1 two-element lens designed for the spherical aberration correction from the first.

Research Lamp Housing with High Power

They designed the Oriel’s research lamp casings to focus on the lamp’s output light following users’ requirements as it also offers a perfect setting for user safety and lamp operation. Users don’t have to worry about overheating when operating the lamp because of its built-in cooling fan and temperature sensor. The lamp housing has a tail reflector inside that reflects fling radiation from it.

Designers use all Research Lamp Housing’s collimating lens building to ensure that the lamp can best direct the light production toward the operator’s requirements and aligned correctly within the housing. There won’t be any current supply toward the lamp, and the lamp will not supply or ignite voltage if users don’t firmly secure the lamp casing interconnection wire or don’t secure the lamp housing door. During lamp operation or ignition, users will have adequate protection from accidental high voltage and UV radiation exposure.

High Stability Arc Lamp Power Supply

People get this highly regulated power supply from the light sources of the 69920 power supply. Users must constantly keep the gas’ pressure and temperature within the lamp envelope as regularly as possible for the lamp’s output intensity and wavelength stability. There is a highly current supply and stable voltage from the 69920 power supply to the arc lamp, maximizing the lamp’s lifetime and keeping the arc lamp’s ripple to less than 1 percent.