xenon flash lamp


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xenon flash lamp

[′zē‚nän ′flash ‚lamp]
(electricity)
A flash tube containing xenon gas, which produces an intense peak of radiant energy at a wavelength of 566 nanometers when a high direct-current pulsed voltage is applied between electrodes at opposite ends of the tube.
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Source Xenon flash lamp (80 Hz) with typical lifetime of 7-10 years
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Xenon flash lamps require replacement after 1E9 flashes (about three years) at a typical lamp cost of $450.
For these high-throughput applications, instruments using light sources that require a warm up period, such as deuterium lamps, are being replaced with instant on/off solutions like xenon flash lamps and UVC LEDs.
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