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DH-2000-DUV with integrated shutter and external TTL control from Ocean Optics

ProductsDH-2000-DUV with integrated shutter and external TTL control from Ocean Optics
Company Ocean Optics
Item DH-2000-DUV with integrated shutter and external TTL control
Price $3,733.36
Description Identical to the DH-2000, except that it uses a deep-UV deuterium bulb, which provides a 190-1700 nm wavelength range and comes with a shutter (controlled via a TTL signal or switch up to 5 Hz)

The DH-2000 Deuterium Tungsten Halogen Light Source combines the continuous spectrum of deuterium and tungsten halogen light sources in a single optical path. The combined-spectrum light source produces a powerful, stable output from 215-200 nm. In addition, deep-UV versions of the light source are available, providing a 190-1700 nm wavelength range.

Options and Accessories
Integrated shutters are also available with the DH-2000 and can be driven either by a switch or by a TTL signal. Another option is to include a filter holder with the system, which accepts filters up to 4 mm in thickness and as large as 25-mm square or 20-mm round in diameter. All versions of the DH-2000 have an SMA 905 Connector for easy coupling to our spectrometers and accessories via optical fiber, and a safety shutter for blocking the light when the fiber is not attached.

All versions of the DH-2000 have a potentiometer on the back of the light source to balance the light level between the deuterium and tungsten halogen light sources. This potentiometer allows you to adjust the optical power of the tungsten halogen light from 10-100%.

  • Dimensions: 150 mm x 135 mm x 319 mm
  • Weight: 6 kg
  • Power consumption: 25 W (deuterium); 20 W (tungsten halogen)
  • Wavelength range: 190-400 nm (deep-UV deuterium bulb) • 215-2000 nm (standard deuterium and tungsten halogen bulbs)
  • Humidity: 5-95% without condensation at 40 C
  • Lamp current: Operating 85 V/0.3A
  • Lamp lifetime: 1,000 hours
  • Lamp voltage: Ignition 350 V/20
  • Current voltage drift: <0.01% per hour
  • Current voltage stability: <5 x 10-6 peak-to-peak (0.1-10.0 Hz)
  • Operating temperature: 5 C - 35 C
  • 5 C - 35 C 85-264 V 50/60 Hz
  • Radiation characteristic: Aperture 0.5 mm, numerical aperture 26 (13); focused Total power: 100 W
  • Power consumption: 190 W maximum
  • Warm-up time: 40 minutes (deuterium); • 20 minutes (tungsten halogen)
  • Markings: CE; VDI/VDE 0160; EN 61010
Info Ocean OpticsOcean Optics
830 Douglas Ave.
Dunedin, FL 34698 USA

Call Ocean Optics to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use numbers below)
USA Canada 1-727-475-1247
Customer Service: 727-733-2447
Fax Number: 727-733-3962
Web Site: http://www.oceanoptics.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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