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XL2000 Fiber Optic Light Source

ProductsXL2000 Fiber Optic Light Source
Company PerkinElmer Life And Analytical Sciences, Inc.
Item XL2000 Fiber Optic Light Source
  • Output of 3480 lumens
  • Input voltage: 90-264VAC, 50/60 Hz, auto select
  • Line cord: IEC320, 6', US and European options
  • ACMI fiber optic adapter-Storz, Olympus, Wolf, ACMI, or Liquid Light Guide
  • Mechanical shutter: continuously adjustable from front panel knob, 0-100%
  • Main power switch: located on rear panel
  • AC power connector: located in rear panel, dual fuses
Description The XL-2000 fiber optic light source is a superior choice for machine vision, endoscopy, boroscopy, micorscopy, minimally invasive surgery, headlamps, and dental curing. This is a high performance light source, which is light weight, compact and cost competitve with lower performing light sources. The XL-2000 fiber optic light source utilizes the latest in Cermax technology, the PE300C-10F, 300 watt xenon lamp. This lamp sets new standards in optical efficiency and ease of use. As with all Cermax lamps the PE300C-10F has an integral reflector, extremely high brightness, excellent color rendering, stable color over life and operating range, instant-on operation, and modulation capability.
Info PerkinElmer Life And Analytical Sciences, Inc.
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