Spectral Lamps

   
 
Part Number
 
 
L
 
d
 
h 
Voltage
(V) 
Current
(A)
  Picture  
  
    SP-Cd    155-160        28.5          75-90            18            1.1         4         
    SP-Cd-E27   155-160     28.5     75-90       18     1.1        3   
    SP-He   155-160     28.5     75-90       80     1.0        4    
    SP-He-E27    155-160     28.5     75-90       80     1.0        3   
    SP-Hg    155-160     28.5     75-90       15     1.2        1   
    SP-Hg-E27    155-160     28.5     75-90       15     1.2        2    
    SP-Na    155-160     28.5     75-90       15     1.2        1    
    SP-Na-E27    155-160     28.5     75-90       15     1.2        2   
    SP-Ne   155-160     28.5     75-90       25     1.1        4    
    SP-Ne-E27    155-160     28.5     75-90       25     1.1        3   
    SP-Zn   155-160     28.5     75-90       15     1.2        4     
    SP-Zn-E27   155-160     28.5     75-90       15     1.2        3   
    SP-Cd-Hg   155-160     28.5     75-90       25     1.1        4     
    SP-Cd-Hg-E27   
  155-160     28.5     75-90       25     1.1        3     
    SP-Zn-Hg   155-160     28.5     75-90       15     1.2        4     
    SP-Zn-Hg-E27   155-160     28.5     75-90       15        1.2             3   
Size (mm)
Spectral Lamps are commonly employed as stable, high quality sources of discrete spectral lines of various gases and metal vapors with high brightness and spectral purity.
 
Atomic Spectra are produced by creating an arc between electrodes and provide stable results by virtue of the high purity and constant output.
 
Spectral Lamps may be used in spectroscopic applications to set a reference point for the spectrometer. Using a spectral lamp as a calibration lamp to test the detector and track any measurement discrepancies from the detector.
 
Helium and Neon are available in the Noble Gas group, the Helium lamp dissipates greater power than any of the others, and its discharge tube operates at a higher temperature. For this reason, the end chambers around the temperature electrodes are formed into bulbous regions to limit the glass temperature.
 
Mercury, Cadmium and Zinc make up the group containing Bivalent Metals and mixed elements lamps containing Cadmium/Mercury and Zinc/Mercury are available.
 
Two base types are available, screw base E27 and S8AES octal base.
 
Lifetime of spectral lamps is 100 hours.
Element 
 Main Spectral Lines (nm)
Cd 
326,468,480,509,644
He
588,668,707
Hg
313,334,365,404,407,435,436,546,577,579
Na
589,590
 Ne 
638,640,651,660,668
Zn 
308,328,330,335,468,472,481,636
 Cd-Hg
All spectral lines of Cd & Hg
 Zn-Hg
All spectral lines of Zn & Hg
  h = height of light Center    d = diameter    L = total length    E27 = Screw base type
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