xenon lamp

xenon lamp

A lamp bulb, containing a gas called xenon, which emits light similar to daylight when excited by an arc discharge.
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Hamamatsu has a history of developing and marketing light sources such as the xenon lamp and mercury xenon lamp for semiconductor inspection.
Traditionally in the theatrical lighting market, Ushio has provided the highest reliability in halogen and high pressure xenon lamp technology, a tradition that continues in the era of solid state lighting.
Its long-lasting xenon lamp makes it useful for more intensive use.
The instrument's xenon lamp features a 2,000-hour service life and auto alignment technology for less frequent maintenance.
The light output at the distal end of an endoscope truly matches the same performance as when using a typical 300-W xenon lamp, which are the most commonly used type for this application.
The replacement LED lamp for the Max-Power LED coupler is also plug-compatible with prior xenon lamp model Lares MX swivel couplers, enabling easy upgrade to the advantages of LED lighting.
The solutions work by using a xenon lamp which creates an intense flash, sterilising packaging.
The new system is equipped with a high-pressure mercury lamp instead of the xenon lamp installed in the conventional model, enabling users to exchange the lamp easily and safely when necessary and reduce total running costs, Sony said.
The product includes a xenon lamp, which requires no warm-up time.
For use in Ci Series Weather-Ometers to measure the spectral power distribution output of the xenon lamp, the device is designed to provide evidence that users are in compliance with test specifications during ISO 17025 quality audits.
With a convenient on/off button switch on the handle, a powerful Xenon lamp and a comfort grip handle, the cane offers sturdy support day and night.