Get Help Selecting the Right Light Source for Your Application

Choosing the right light source for a specific application requires a detailed knowledge of the application itself and specifications regarding the sample illumination and modern light source technology.

With almost 40 years of experience in the light source business, LOT has built up an extensive source of technical knowhow and one of the broadest selections of light sources for research, development and industry.

The result is a large range of light sources with an almost unlimited number of choices to optimize the light source for your specific application.

The new online catalogue offers:

  • Arc Light Sources:
    • Xe short arc lamps
      Continuous output from UV-VIS
      Simulation of solar spectrum
    • Mercury arc lamps
      Spectral lines with high output in the UV
    • Mercury (Xe) lamps
      Spectral lines with high output in the UV
      Deep UV output
  • Halogen Sources: 10-150W / 200-400W / 600-1000W
  • Standard Light Source Packages - A selection of our most popular configurations
  • Deuterium Light Sources: 30W
  • IR Sources: 10 - 30W elements
  • Optical Filters for Light Sources: Mercury and analytical line filters, coloured glass, standard bandpass filters
  • Fiber Optics and Light Sources: Fiber bundles, Fiber collimating optics, Liquid light guides
  • Monochromatic Light Sources: Combine one of our condenser lens lamp housings and a monochromator for a versatile, bright source of narrowband radiation. Deuterium, xenon and quartz tungsten halogen lamps provide output which varies slowly with wavelength over wide spectral regions. Mercury lamps provide intense ultraviolet lines which the monochromator selects for luminescence or photochemical studies. Computer control of the monochromators makes these programmable wavelength sources.
  • Light Sources for Calibration – Pen ray light sources / Calibration sources UV-NIR
  • Light Sources for Solar Simulators – Low cost solar simulators 25, 35 or 40mm beam
  • Light Sources for Photolithography – Photoresist Exposure Systems
  • Monochromators - Monochromator/Spectrograph Omni ��150 and Omni ��300
  • Single Element Detectors - Oculus
  • CCD Line Detectors - UV-VIS-NIR Shamrock Spectrometer

For more information please click here or call Shayz Ikram on 01372 378822, e-mail [email protected]

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