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Halogen Lamp

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Halogen LampThe BN-LH250 250-W halogen lamp from Gigahertz-Optik is an alternative to the 1000W FEL and DXW type calibration standard lamp.

Short-term and long-term stability is achieved because of its highly stable filament. The lamp’s quartz envelope is frosted for a more uniform radiation pattern. The BN-LH250 includes a lamp base that fixes the lamp securely in position with electrical connection made via two laboratory grade sockets. A protective cover with a transparent cross-hair target enables the precise and reproducible alignment and positioning in the calibration setup. Each lamp is subjected to a burn-in process before its acceptance. Only lamps that meet the strict burn-in criteria are released. This controlled aging process is recorded and confirmed by certificate.

Lamp calibration of spectral irradiance is provided by Gigahertz-Optik’s ISO/IEC/EN 17025 accredited calibration laboratory by DAkkS, an ILAC signatory. Alternatively, more cost-effective factory-level calibrations are available. Both accredited and traceable calibrations are available from 250 to 1100 nm or 250 to 2500 nm.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2018

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