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  • Article - 30 Jul 2007
    This article details the differences between an Arc Lamp and a halogen lamp.
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    For over 45 years, Sutter Instrument has been a recognized global leader in the design, and manufacture of specialized biomedical research instrumentation essential to biomedical research and emerging...
  • Article - 18 Jun 2013
    Arc lamps are a category of lamps that produce light by an electric arc (also known as a voltaic arc). The lamp consists of two electrodes that are separated by a gas.
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    Avantes is a leading innovator in the development and application of miniature spectrometers. To meet our customer’s application needs, Avantes continues to develop and introduce new instruments...
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    Optical Building Blocks Corporation (OBB) designs, produces and markets state-of-the-art, proprietary electro-optical components and instrumentation used in leading research institutions around the...
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    Advanced Radiation Corp is a "lamp" company. Our expertise is based on many years of design and fabrication of advanced light sources for the semiconductor, electro-optical, laser, and printed circuit...
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    Sutter’s Lambda LS is a stand-alone lighting system that is provided with a xenon-arc lamp, cold mirror, lamp housing, and power supply in a single enclosure.
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    Optical Building Blocks offers a broadband arc lamp housing and power supply called PowerArc. The arc lamp has high intensity, and depending on the lamp plausibly continuous throughout the region from...
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    Hamamatsu Photonics is a leading manufacturer of devices for the generation and measurement of infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. These devices include photodiodes, photomultiplier tubes,...
  • Article - 18 Jun 2013
    A xenon arc lamp is a specialized gas discharge lamp that emits light when electricity is passed through ionized xenon gas that is maintained at high pressure. Xenon gas is ionized by electric...
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