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    Lamps - (1880 companies)
    ...should understand the different types of lamps, product specifications, and lamp performance. Types of Lamps. The five most common types of lamps found in the GlobalSpec SpecSearch database are fluorescent, halogen, incandescent, LED, and HID lamps... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    High Intensity Discharge Lamps - (269 companies)
    ...are high intensity discharge lamps which produce light using radiation from mercury and from halides of metals such as sodium, scandium, indium, and dysprosium. A metal halide lamp may have a phosphor coating. Sodium lamps are high intensity... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    UV Lamps - (26 companies)
    UV Lamps are lamps (bulbs) that emit light in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum. Ultraviolent lamps emit radiation with a wavelength between 10 nm and 400 nm. It falls below the visible light sprectrum. While prominent in sunlight, artificial... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Excimer Lasers - (18 companies)
    Excimer lasers are rare-gas halide or rare-gas metal vapor lasers that produce relatively wide beams of ultraviolet laser light. They operate via the electronic transitions of molecules. Image credit: LightMachinery, Inc. | Novatex. Excimer lasers... Learn More
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    Lasers - (733 companies)
    ...or lamp. Various. Spectroscopy, healthcare. Excimer. Gas. Electrical discharge. Various. Semiconductor lithography, surgery. Helium cadmium. Metal vapor. Electrical discharge. 441 nm; 325 nm. Printing, research. Ion. Gas. Electrical discharge. Various... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • LED Lamps - (734 companies)
    LED lamps are light emitting diode arrays with traditional lamp ballasts. Image Credit: StellarNet, Inc. | AUtomationdirect.com | D & N Electronics. LED lamps are electric lights that use one or more arrays of light-emitting diodes (LEDs... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Heat Lamps - (45 companies)
    ...a short-wave infrared radiation source. Heat lamps or infrared lamps are commonly supplied with either a clear, red, or inside frosted bulb. The heat is not determined by the color or finish of the lamp; however, it is determined by the wattage... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Spectral Lamps - (49 companies)
    ...to the base of the lamp. Spectral lamps are electric discharge lamps, using an electric charge that reacts with the gas, usually mercury or thallium vapor, in the pressurized chamber to produce light. Because the metal vapor is under pressure... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Projection Lamps - (57 companies)
    ...runways. They are also used to display movies, microfilm, and slides. Specifications for projection lamps include maximum overall length, light center length, rated average life, lamp power, mean lumens, and color temperature. Typically, maximum... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Solar Simulators and Light Sources - (56 companies)
    ...and enclosure. The enclosure or chamber providesa work surface and shields the operator from radiation. Flood lamps are solar simulators and light sources that provide a broad or wide beam of light. UV flood sources or modules consist of a power supply... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Commercially available systems are typically solid-state Nd:YAG at 1.06 um or CO gas at 10.6 um. Solid-state diode lasers in the 850 980- um range are now available with useful output powers and reliable performance. Excimer lasers in the 250 350-nm range are finding increased use...

...of power output options, and a compact, portable excimer laser system. Two turnkey, beam-steered galvo laser systems from are designed for excising and ablating polymers, adhesives, and polyamides. Both systems cut complex shapes while maintaining a high level of accuracy. They perform the same functions...

...that offers superior adhesion to substrates used in orthopaedic and dental implants. The firm then applies this powder to implants via pulsed laser deposition. Laserapatite is formed when an excimer laser strikes the powder in a vacuum chamber filled with argon gas. "The advantage for manufacturers...

...at selected UV wavelengths. Possible application areas which would particularly benefit from these high NA, UV. non-solarizing optical fibers will be suggested. 1. INTRODUCTION. There is a growth in the use of excimer lasers for medical and industrial applications. This has lead to the need. to address...

...because of the relatively long wavelength. Another wavelength range commonly used to process polymers is the ultra-violet (UV). The creation of excimer and. solid-state UV lasers has formed a unique capability in processing polymeric substrates. The wavelength range of these. UV lasers is 355 to 157 nm...

...by PhotoMachining Inc. A firm with a Class 10,000 contract manufacturing facility offers device OEMs UV laser micromachining services using excimer, frequency-tripled, and frequency-quadrupled lasers for R &D and high-volume production applications. Ultraviolet photons process parts using cold ablation...

...at competitive prices. The company's Windows-based software platform provides ease of use with standard excimer, sealed CO2, and solid-state lasers. It has the ability to easily control multiple axes, galvanometers, and machine vision, and can allow the user to download many file types compatible...

...laser writing (also called scanned-spot laser marking) systems use YAG lasers, other lasers may be used. For example, a continuous-wave CO2 laser, with its 10.6- um wavelength, may interact better with certain plastics like PVC. Ultraviolet excimer lasers or frequency-doubled YAG (green) lasers...

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