Product Launch: Introducing the TLS120Xe Tuneable Light Source

3 May 2018

TLS120Xe xenon tuneable light source with LLG-3-1000 liquid light guide

We are pleased to announce the official launch of the TLS120Xe high power tuneable light source, delivering superlative stability and continuous tuning over 280-1100nm.

This compact solution delivers the high power monochromatic beam required for a wide range of materials and photodetector characterisation applications in research, industry and OEM.

  • Fluorescence imaging
  • Photoluminescence / fluorimeter excitation
  • Detector responsivity / QE evaluation
  • Reflectance and transmittance analysis
  • Thin film deposition monitoring
  • CCD / CMOS camera testing

Optical coupling options include SMA or FC/PC patch cord, fibre bundle or liquid light guide. Compatible with our portfolio of measurement accessories, including integrating spheres, collimators and relay optics, let the TLS120Xe deliver light your way.

For full product details click here, or get in touch today and speak with one of our sales engineers.

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