In XWS sources light is produced by plasma
which emits light due to the
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- XWS - laser pumped plasma broadband light source.
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- 1. 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 λ, nm 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Brightness, mW/(mm2 ×sr×nm) 70 80 90 100 1100 750 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 λ, nm 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Brightness, mW/(mm2 ×sr×nm) 7 3250 Spectral brightness distribution of XWS light source in UV and VIS spectral regions XWS light source spectrum in near-IR spectral region UV configuration Ozon-Free configuration XWSbroadband laser plasma light source XWS - laser pumped plasma broadband light source. In XWS sources light is produced by plasma which emits light due to the continuous energy input from a laser (optical dis- charge). These light sources have been developed as a replacement of tradi- tional gas discharge lamps (Deuterium-, Tungsten-, Xenon- lamps etc.) and LEDs. Compared to these, XWS sources have a wider spectral range and higher spectral brightness. Moreover, the technology of plasma light sources allows developing units with specific characteristics which match special customer applications. Main advantages: ▪ broad spectral range; XWS-65 light source is available in 2 configura- tions. The Ozone-free configuration offers a spectral range from 240nm to 2700nm. The UV configuration offers a spectral range from 180nm to 2700nm. A broad spectral range allows sub- stituting several conventional light sources ▪ high spectral brightness; ▪ high temporal and spatial stability; ▪ the small dimensions of the emitting volume considerably expand the range of XWS applications; ▪ long operation, due to no wear of lamps and electrodes. Principle of operation: Operation of XWS sources is based on a phenomenon of optical discharge in high pressure xenon. Initial plasma is produced by a high voltage electrical discharge in xenon. Plasma state of xenon is sustained by a focused continuous laser radiation. Compared to arc lamps, laser plasma has higher spatial and temporal stability, higher brightness, smaller dimensions of emitting volume and considerably longer operation without lamp replacement. ISTEQ www.isteq.nl email@example.com
- 2. 65 130 76 85 Ø 24 40 74 100 50 75 120 20 34 25 100 109 47,50 172,5 140 226,5 232,50 250 351 366 42,20 102,20 Application fields: ▪ absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy; ▪ microscopy, including confocal and fluorescence; ▪ diagnostics systems in microelectronics (contami- nation and defect control); ▪ detectors in chromatography, microfluidics, lab- on-a-chip, droplet spectrometers, cytofluorimeters etc; ▪ biomedical applications (photodynamic therapy, etc.); ▪ additive technologies (photopolymerisation etc.); ▪ diagnostics systems in microelectronics (contami- nation and defect control); ▪ artificial sunlight systems (test systems, illumi- nation, etc.) Specification (XWS-65 & XWS-20): Spectral range: ▪ from 180 to 2500 nm (UV configuration); ▪ from 240 to 2500 nm (Ozone-free config- uration); Spectral brightness (450-500 nm): ▪ XWS-65: 34 mW/(mm2 ×sr×nm); ▪ XWS-20: 15 mW/(mm2 ×sr×nm); Laser power input: ▪ XWS-65: 65 W; ▪ XWS-20: 20 W; Full output power of source: ▪ XWS-65: 40 W; ▪ XWS-20: 12 W; Emitting body source dimensions: ▪ XWS-65: 250×400 μm; ▪ XWS-20: 140×200 μm; ▪ lifetime: up to 10000 hours ▪ temporal and spatial stability: RMS 0.25%; ▪ lamp medium: Xenon; ▪ light source head: 130×110×74 mm; ▪ driver unit: 351×172×232 mm; ▪ output aperture (by default): 24 mm; ▪ C-mount for attaching optics; ▪ power input via fiber; ▪ optional – fiber coupling; ▪ light source head to driver coupling: 1.5 m. XWS-65 configuration with a fiber coupling unit. R&D: Technology of ultrabright broadband light sources can be used in various applications. The technology allows adapting XWS light sources to customer requirements and integrating it into systems and technological processes. Custom design is available upon request. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCTView More