Devices that create light including lasers, lamps, and LEDs.

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Electroluminescent Lighting are flexible sheets, wires, sticks, etc. that uses electroluminescence to produce illumination.
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Flashlights (336 suppliers)

Flashlights are portable light sources that use battery, electrical, or mechanical power to illuminate an area or item for inspection.
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Fluorescent Lamps (486 suppliers)

Fluorescent lamps are high-efficiency lamps that use electrical discharge through low-pressure mercury vapor to produce ultraviolet (UV) energy, which is then transformed into visible light.
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Halogen Lamps (272 suppliers)

Halogen lamps are high pressure incandescent lamps containing halogen gases such as iodine or bromine, which allow the filaments to be operated at higher temperatures and higher efficacies.
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Headlamps (51 suppliers)

Headlamps are light sources that attach to a person’s head or helmet with flexible straps. They are used in dark or low-light environments where personnel need the use of both hands to perform an operation or activity.
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Heat Lamps (43 suppliers)

Heat lamps are also known as infrared emitters, infrared bulbs, infrared tubes, or infrared lamps. Heat lamps differ from illuminating lamps in their low filament temperature, resulting in much less light and more infrared radiation.
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High intensity discharge lamps (HID) contain compact arc tubes, which enclose various gases and metal salts, operating at relatively high pressures and temperatures. HID lamps are often used as UV light sources.
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Illuminators (399 suppliers)

Illuminators are used to provide adequate contrast for imaging. Illuminators include backlights, LED illuminators, and fiber optic illuminators.
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Incandescent Lamps (361 suppliers)

Incandescent lamps generate light by passing an electric current through a thin filament wire (usually of tungsten) until the wire is extremely hot.
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Lampholders (63 suppliers)

Lampholders are mechanical devices that support lamps and connect them to electrical circuits. They hold light bulbs and make electrical contact to provide a bulb with power.
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Lamps (1,883 suppliers)

Lamps are light sources that emit incoherent light for illumination. There are many different types of products. Examples include fluorescent lamps, halogen lamps, heat lamps, incandescent lamps, LED lamps, projection lamps, spectral lamps, and stage lamps. Specialized and proprietary lamps are also available.
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Laser protective eyewear includes glasses and goggles designed to filter out harmful radiation from lasers.
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LED Lamps (761 suppliers)

LED lamps are light emitting diode arrays with traditional lamp ballasts.
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LED Light Strips (101 suppliers)

LED light strips are long, thin, often flexible arrays of light emitting diodes (LEDs) used for a variety of lighting applications.
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Light-emitting diodes (LED) are PN junction devices that give off light radiation when biased in the forward direction. LEDs are used in a wide variety of indication applications.
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Light Guides (138 suppliers)

Light guides conduct the flow of light from a light source to a point of use in areas that are too small or too hazardous to permit the installation of a light bulb. There are two basic types of light guides: liquid and fiber optic.  Light guides are sometimes called light pipes (lightpipes).
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Light Sticks (9 suppliers)

Light Sticks are self contained, short-term light source, generally consisting of a translucent plastic tube containing isolated substances that, when combined, produce light through chemiluminescence. Light sticks are sometimes called glow sticks.
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Lighting Controls (547 suppliers)

Lighting controls include monitors, communication systems, and other devices for controlling facility lighting systems.
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Lighting Fixtures (1,678 suppliers)

Lighting fixtures produce artificial light in industrial areas or workspaces.
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Marine Lanterns (15 suppliers)

Marine Lanterns are fixed all weather lighting devices used to aid navigation on the water.
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Microwave Tubes (13 suppliers)

Microwave tubes are lamps that produce microwaves.
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Navigation Lights (26 suppliers)

Navigation lights are colored illumination devices used on aircraft, watercraft, and spacecraft. They are used to alert other crafts or vessels of the signaling craft's position, status, and/or heading.
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Optical Parametric Oscillators (OPOs) use parametric amplification in nonlinear crystals to produce optical gain. The output of an OPO can be varied over wide spectral ranges.
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Projection Lamps (58 suppliers)

Projection lamps use a built-in reflector to concentrate light in a particular direction. They are used in applications such as slide projection, microfilm, overhead projection, movies, medical / scientific instruments, airport runways, and others.
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Searchlights (14 suppliers)

Searchlights or spotlights are powerful light sources that use a parabolic reflector to project a beam of light in order to identify aircraft or draw attention to an area.
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Solar simulators and light sources produce a simulated solar spectrum for plant growth, material-degradation simulations, weathering tests for coatings, photovoltaic (PV) cell testing, sunblock evaluations, and window transmission studies.
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Spectral Lamps (50 suppliers)

Spectral lamps radiate line spectra of various gases and metal vapors with high brightness and spectral purity.
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Stage Lamps (65 suppliers)

Stage lamps are used for stage, studio, or television lighting. They are often made of quartz instead of glass to provide higher pressure ratings, higher melting temperatures, and more energy-efficient designs.
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Street Lights (37 suppliers)

Street lights are elevated light sources on the edge of roads or walkways that are used to provide nighttime illumination. Street lights are also occasionaly referred to as street lamps.
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UV Curing Equipment (147 suppliers)

UV curing systems use ultraviolet radiation to initiate reactions and cure adhesives, coatings and other UV curable resin products.
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UV disinfection and UVGI sanitization systems use ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) to sanitize air, water, transparent materials, or surfaces.
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UV Lamps (29 suppliers)

UV Lamps are lamps (bulbs) that emit light in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum.
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UV Light Systems (367 suppliers)

UV light systems provide ultraviolet light for identification, tracing, curing, disinfection or processing applications.
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Work Lights (38 suppliers)

Work lights are portable lighting units, usually free standing or handheld, used to provide direct illumination to poorly lit areas where work is being done.
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X-ray Sources (59 suppliers)

X-ray sources are lamps that generate or produce X-rays, a form of electromagnetic radiation, for non-destructive testing (NDT) or inspection.
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