Flashlamps and StrobesNanor AB offers the world-leading designs and productions of flashlamps. Typical applications are warning beacons, medical intense pulsed light, machine vision, laser pumping and absorption analysis. The spectral output range covers the UV through the IR. The flashlamps operate at extremely high energy levels and exceptionally high repetition rates and come in many shapes, powers and dimensions, ranging from a few mm to over 1 m in length. Some are ideal for use with lenses and fiber bundles and hemispherical reflectors.
Guided arc pulsed Xenon lamps produce microsecond pulses of broadband light in high radiant intensities. They are suitable in applications such as fluorescent photometers, UV, chromatography and Flourimetry. The Spectral output range is 120 - 20 000 nm, lamp life exceeding 1 billion flashes, energy levels up to 0.5 Joules per flash and a flash rate of up to 1 kHz. For maximum performance there are power supplies, Flashpacs and LitePacs available for each specific lamp. Choose between power level, window material, and arc length. Optional is the reflector which increases the light intensity more than 40%.
The RSL-series is a miniature, pulsed Xenon system with broadband spectrum, with output ranging 160 - 5000 nm. Typical applications are particle sizing, chromatography, portable instrumentation and clinical chemistry analysis. Optional is an SMA fiber optic connector, intensity control, compact design and power levels up to 2 W. Max flash rate at 500 Hz and lamp life exceeds 100 million flashes.
Nanor AB provides Pulse Xenon Light Systems with circuitry and components in a low-cost, compact package designed to meet CE directives. These systems contain the flashlamp, trigger circuit and power supply required to provide microsecond pulses of broadband light with exceptional arc stability. The flashlamp arc is precisely located relative to a datum feature on the mounting surface of the case. Arc location is +/- 0.002 in (+/- 0, 05 mm) with respect to the datum.
The X- and MVS-strobe systems incorporate Xenon flashlamp technology, power supply engineering, and trigger performance and reflector design all in one package. Typical applications are for example machine vision, chromatography, material inspection and particle sizing. They feature intensity control, a light output up to 50 J, system stability better than +/- 3%, and lamp life exceeding 100 million flashes. The spectral output range is 250 - 1100 nm. Available both as direct and fiber illumination, with a max flash rate of 1 kHz, and can easily be coupled to a camera for "freeze motion".