Gilway Technical Lamp, a leading manufacturer and distributor of technical
light sources and systems, and International Light, a leading manufacturer of
light measurement equipment, have combined resources and operations at one facility
in Peabody, Massachusetts. Both companies previously had operated as separate
Each company manufactures and markets its own product line. In sharing a combined
facility, Gilway draws on the technical expertise of International Light in
light detection, measurement and calibration. International Light has access
to Gilway's expertise in UV-Visible-IR lamps, LEDs, lighting assemblies
Gilway and International Light have long and proud reputations for customer
service, on- time delivery, and technical expertise. Formed in 1969, Gilway
Technical Lamp has provided customers with off-the-shelf and customized solutions
for a full spectrum of light sources. Since 1965, International Light has been
solving the inherent difficulties in light measurement through the design and
manufacture of a wide range of light measuring instruments, including the most
accurate light meters on the market.
International Light Technologies ILT1400A Photometer
International Light Technologies ILT490 Belt Radiometer
International Light Technologies ILT70 OEM Radiometer Series
International Light Technologies IL1400A Radiometer + Photometer
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