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Advanced Illumination - DL110 Linear Coaxial Light

  • Even illumination over the full 25 x 300mm (1" x 12") field of view - ideal for coaxial line scan applications
  • Includes high efficiency, coated easy clean dust cover to protect the beam splitter combining glass

Advanced Illumination - DL225 Square Coaxial Lights

  • Consistent diffuse illumination
  • Improved performance with unique modular heat sink and circuit design
  • Broad range of wavelengths available
  • Five Sizes Available; 25, 50, 75, 100 and 150mm

Advanced Illumination - SL112 Medium Intensity Spot/Coaxial Light

  • The SL112 is characterized as a Medium Intensity Spot/Coaxial Light and is designed primarily to replace fiber optic light sources in coaxial lensing applications.
  • Optional couplers are available for use with Dolan-Jenner, Fostec, and Moritex fiber bundles.
  • The spot light is designed with sufficient thermal management to provide 22kLux at a working distance of 4” (100mm).
  • A range of visible wavelengths are available.

Advanced Illumination - SL162 High Intensity Spot/Coaxial Light

  • The SL162 is characterized as a High Intensity Spot/Coaxial Light and is designed primarily to replace fiber optic light sources in coaxial lensing applications.
  • Optional couplers are available for use with Dolan-Jenner, Fostec, and Moritex fiber bundles.
  • The spot light is designed with sufficient thermal management to provide 33kLux at a working distance of 4” (100mm).
  • A very wide range of wavelengths from UV to IR are available.

Advanced Illumination - SL223 MicroBrite™ Spot/Coaxial Light

  • The SL223 is characterized as a MicroBrite™ Spot/Coaxial Light and is designed primarily to replace fiber optic light sources in coaxial lensing applications.
  • The barrel is 1.5” (38.1mm) long with a diameter of .307/.312” (7.8/7.95mm).
  • Optional couplers are available for use with Dolan-Jenner, Fostec, and Moritex fiber bundles.
  • The SL223 is also designed for general lighting purposes where a very intense, miniaturized light source is required. General purpose spot lights may be used to create both dark field and bright field affects, depending on how they are deployed during the inspection.