Special lamps for analytical, scientific and medical applications
Heraeus Noblelight counts itself among the market and technology leaders worldwide for special lamps with wavelengths from ultraviolet to infrared for industrial, scientific, and medical applications.
- Deuterium Replacement Lamps: prealigned lamps for almost all instruments at competitive prices
- FiberLight : Heraeus Noblelight FiberLight compact miniature UV-Vis light sources have a continuous spectrum covering the whole range from vacuum UV to near Infrared. Its range of use spans mobile spectroscopy applications and all types of handheld devices that require a low power consumption UV-Vis light source.
Hollow Cathode Lamps
Heraeus Noblelight hollow cathode lamps are fitted as originals by many of the worlds foremost atomic absorption instrument manufacturers and as replacements by many end-users. The lamp program includes a wide range of single- and multi-element lamps in the versions 1.5" (Standard) and 2.0" (PerkinElmer) and, therefore covers a broad variety of instruments. Lamps specifically designed for use with Smith-Hieftje background correction systems and data-coded versions for instruments from PerkinElmer, Thermo (Unicam) and Varian are also available.
- NK-Series Mercury Lamps: NK-series low-pressure mercury vapor lamps from Heraeus Noblelight emit primarily the mercury line at 253.7 nm.
- HG2 Low-Pressure Mercury Lamps: highly stable output predominantly at the 253.7 nm mercury line. They can be used for applications such as mercury analyzers, fluorimetry, pollution analyzers, fixed wavelength detectors and calibration equipment.
PID lamps (photoionisation detector lamps) are low pressure discharge lamps. Depending on the gas fill, they emit intense spectral lines in the range of 105 and 150 nm. Applications include gas chromatography, trace gas analysis, portable gas sniffers and sample ionisation for mass spectrometry.
Tungsten Halogen Lamps
Tungsten halogen lamps provide a continuous spectrum from 315 nm to over 2000 nm. When used in conjunction with deuterium lamps, tungsten lamps provide the wide ranging output required in UV/VIS spectrophotometers. Heraeus Noblelight tungsten lamps are available as "naked" lamps as well as prealigned versions.