StellarNet has a variety of UV light sources available for spectroscopy applications. Ultra-violet light interacts with many types of molecules and samples and thus finds use in environmental studies, biological applications, chemical processing, and many other applications.
The SL3 Deuterium Light Source – emits a deep UV spectral output over the 190- 450nm range and higher. When using StellarNet BLACK-Comet concave grating spectrometers, you can perform spectroscopy applications past 550nm.
High Output Power – With over 15 Watts/m^2 the SL3 is one of the brightest compact UV light sources available. It can be used for absorbance, transmission, fluorescence, and even reflectance spectroscopy.
Long Life – 2,000 hour performance due to special air flow design and ultra quite fan operation. Customer reports of continuous operation for over a year!
Exceptional Performance – designed for maximum stability with precision power control it is ideal for UV spectroscopy
Portability – small size allows for use in field or mobile spectroscopy applications.
Options and Upgrades
DCX Lens Option – This add-on option increases the deuterium lamp intensity 7-10x gain and is highly recommended for highly absorbing samples and reflectance measurements.
Filter Options – Integrated filter holder fits standard size 0.5 inch diameter disk filters. The U330-filter removes the deuterium spikes seen near 485nm
UV + Visible Light – The optional F400-YB fiber optic bundle cable is used to combine the SL1 tungsten halogen lamp and the SL3 to cover wavelength ranges from 190–2200nm
NIST Calibrated Option – Purchase SL3-CAL for UV Light Source with NIST traceable calibration file. Easily calibrate UV spectrometers and sensors over the 200-450nm range
|SL3 Deuterium UV Light Source|
|Weight:||1.8 lbs (816.5 g)||Output from bulb:||free space or fiber|
|Power consumption:||30 watts||Output regulation:||0.05%|
|Spectral Range:||190 – 450nm||Internal filter accessory:||n/a|
|Time to stabilize:||15 min||External filter slot:||0.5″ diameter filters|
|Power output:||15 watts /m2||Spectral attenuation:||none|
|Bulb Color Temp:||4000K||Connector:||SMA 905|
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