Wavelength Variable Light SourceBV-M1020

The wavelength variable light source is a new type of the light source which uses a halogen light as the main light source and illuminates the light with a selected specific wavelength. It uses LVF (Linear Variable Filter) to select the wavelength. The LVF is a filter which the relations of its mechanical position and the wavelength are linearly varied, and you can select the wavelength by the position where the light is projected. The spectroscopic imaging makes it possible to inspect foreign materials, scratches or internal conditions of various objects by measuring reactions of the light from materials, i.e. reflecting, transmitting or absorbing light at an arbitrary wavelength. BV-M1020 selects among SWIR wavelength. The combination of BV-M1020 and BlueVision SWIR cameras will realize efficient and effective system.
(Patent No. 6568041)
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Type of lamp Standard: 12V, 100W
LVF wavelength range 1250nm ~ 2500nm (Actual range is up to 2200nm)
Width at half value 70nm at 1500nm
Iris diaphragm φ1 ~ φ3 (vary mechanically)
Fiber length 1m (fiber for infrared)
Power supply AC 100V/117V, AC 220V/240V (build-to-order)
Dimensions (W×H×D) 140mm × 140mm × 255mm
Weight 4.2kg (including fiber)
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