Cold Cathode Lamps Operate In UV Range

Nov. 1, 1999
With a spectral distribution ranging from 300 to 400 nm and with a peak wavelength of 350 nm, FL9065-UV350 and FL9096-UV350 cold cathode ultraviolet lamps are well-suited for use as UV sources in handheld instruments. Applications include industrial

With a spectral distribution ranging from 300 to 400 nm and with a peak wavelength of 350 nm, FL9065-UV350 and FL9096-UV350 cold cathode ultraviolet lamps are well-suited for use as UV sources in handheld instruments. Applications include industrial fluorescence testing and medical/dermatological examination. The lamps measure less than 3.5 mm in diameter and come in standard lengths of 65 or 96 mm. Inverters IN5V12A and IN12V2A are available at voltages of 5V or 12V. Each inverter can power two lamps.

Company: GILWAY TECHNICAL LAMP

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