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arc lamp

[′ärk ‚lamp]
(electricity)
An electric lamp in which the light is produced by an arc made when current flows through ionized gas between two electrodes. Also known as electric-arc lamp.
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Carl Zeiss MicroImaging has incorporated this new LED technology in the Colibri illumination system, a light source system for widefield fluorescence microscopy that uses specific wavelength windows with much less need to suppress unwanted peripheral wavelengths from a white light arc lamp.
Swan gave notice of what was to come when, during Newcastle's celebration of the 1863 wedding of the Prince of Wales, he stunned the crowds around St Nicholas's Cathedral by turning night into day by using an arc lamp from the steeple.
UV LED heads are available in three wavelengths and have an 80 percent power consumption reduction as compared to a UV arc lamp spot curing option.
1 For dramatic decor, Nova's Wedge arc lamp measures 88 inches high.
Light engines provide power equivalent to that of an Arc lamp in discrete bands throughout the UV-Vis-NIR spectrum.
Using a 24 watt Solarc[R] high-intensity arc lamp, the lightweight BRICK is ideal for use with LightMat[R], VersaLight[R] or a headlight in surgical centers where space and cost are key factors.
Gabor has made his first hologram using a heavily green-filtered mercury arc lamp to provide the coherent light.
Acrylate coatings on polymer foils and paper were made on a roll coating machine provided with a Fusion F-600 mercury arc lamp and an LEA electron beam accelerator operated at 150 kV (IOM).
Available in three configurations, prices range from $50,000-$63,500 depending on the inclusion of a 44 nm laser and/or arc lamp.
Ideal for integration into endoscopic systems, the illuminator is based on a unique arc lamp technology that allows it to project bright, white light through one- to two-millimeter-diameter plastic or glass fiber.
Following the development of the arc lamp pumped Nd:LMA laser [17,18], further development of this approach was pursued at the University of Mainz in the early 1990's [19].
The compact, short arc lamp is easily accessible for replacement.