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  • Article - 30 Jul 2007
    This article details the differences between an Arc Lamp and a halogen lamp.
  • 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.
  • 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...
  • Article - 18 Jun 2013
    Sodium vapor lamps are some of the most efficient lamps in the world. They have an efficiency of up to 190 lumens per watt compared to an incandescent street lamp which has between 15 and 19 lumens...
  • Article - 18 Jun 2013
    Metal halide lamps or metal halide arc lamps consist of a high performance arc discharge tube housed in an elliptical reflector that focuses the output into a microscopic optical train. The arc tube...
  • Article - 7 Aug 2007
    This article discusses the safety considerations required for ultraviolet conditions.
  • Article - 21 Mar 2014
    This article provides an overview of the optical systems available and helps in selecting the best optical system for your specific application.
  • Article - 21 Mar 2014
    To determine the type of light source needed it is important to understand if one needs a continuous or pulsed light source, what wavelengths or wavelength regions are required and what output power...
  • Article - 18 Jun 2013
    A mercury vapour lamp is a high-pressure electric arc discharge lamp that provides intense illumination over a selected range of wavelengths.
  • Article - 24 Mar 2014
    Two sample calculations of optical throughput are covered in this article. The purpose of these is to estimate the available monochromatic power, referred to as monochromator throughput, of a...