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Electrodeless Discharge lamps (EDL)

 

 

Electrodeless Discharge lamps for atomic absorption spectrometers

Isotope Electrodeless Discharge lamps

Multielement Electrodeless Discharge lamps

Pure gas Electrodeless Discharge lamps

 

 

High-Frequency Electrodeless Discharge lamps (HF EDLs) are bright radiators of narrow and intensive atomic and ionic spectral lines, covering the spectrum from VUV to IR.  Main characteristics of our HF EDLs are high emitted spectral line intensity, long working time because of lack of electrodes, and, in general, narrow spectral line shapes. By special technology developed in our laboratory we can produce EDLs containing:

 

Sn, Cd, Hg, Zn, Pb, As, Sb, Bi, Tl, In Se, Te, Rb, and Cs,

as well as Hg-Cd, Hg-Zn, Hg-Cd-Zn. Se-Te, I2, H2 and noble gases

 

 

Design:

High-Frequency Electrodeless Discharge lamps (HF EDLs) are intended for use in different scientific devices. A typical HF EDL includes a lamp itself, a compact HF generator (~100MHz) and a cooler. Additionally, only an external compact power supply (32V,1A) is to be provided.

 

In general other designs and forms are possible on demand.

 

Dimensions:

Diameter Dx 1.5"(37.5mm), 1.65"(41mm), 2"(51mm)

Length 4.7"(119mm)

 

Power requirements: AC single-phase 110/240V 50/60Hz max 0.3A

 

Average service life:

 

Element

Working time (hours),

more than

Cd, Hg, Sb, Tl

800

Bi, Sb, Se, Te, Zn

600

As, Pb, Sn, Sr

400

 

Contact E-mail: askudra@latnet.lv

 

 

 

 

Last update: 14.02.2012.