Spectral Instrument System


Light Sources

It is important to select a suitable light source according to the specific spectroscopic applications. We offers a wide range selection of light sources for various applications.


Deuterium (D2) Light Source

  • Application: The most useful source of UV for analytical instruments
  • Wavelength Range: 180 to 400nm (Maximum 160- 400nm)
  • Power Output Available: 30W, Continuous, Collimated Output
  • Optional Accessories: Optical fiber with termination SMA, FC, ST


Xenon (Xe) Light Source

  • Application: Xenon is most suitable for UV, Visible and NIR range spectroscopic Application
  • Wavelength Range: 185-2200nm
  • 320-2200nm – Ozone Free
  • Power Output Available: 100W- 1000W
  • Optional Accessories: Monochromator for tuning the wavelength range


Quart-Tungsten-Halogen (QTH) Light Source

  • Application: QTH Light is suitable visible and NIR range spectroscopic Application
  • Wavelength Range: 300nm to 2.6µm
  • Power Output Available:   5W – 30W fiber coupling QTH Light Source
  • 50W- 150W collimated output


Wavelength Tunable Light Source

  • With the combination of a Broadband Light Source and Monochromator, we achieve continuously tunable, narrow-band wavelength. The bandwidth depends on the slit width and the grating specification used in the Monochromator (~1-20nm, typically)


Calibration Light Source

  • Depending on the gas filled in a lamp, discrete spectral lines of defined wavelength, spectral width and relative intensity can be obtained
  • Five Elemental Emitters – Hg, Ne, Xe, Ar, and Kr