Part of the Monster series manufactured by Spectrum Illumination, this ring light is typically mounted around a camera lens for bright-field illumination. However, it can also be mounted off-axis as a large spot light.
This ultraviolet light is typically used in fluorescing applications. The UV light is projected onto a fluorescing material, such as certain papers, adhesives, and plastics. The UV causes the fluorescing material to emit light in the visible spectrum, which is then imaged by a camera. It is important to know which UV wavelength causes the most fluorescing with your material. Our 365 nm lights are necessary for many applications, but cost more and generally have a shorter life than our 395 nm lights.
Our price includes a light controller, a clear window, a quick-disconnect connector, and a 4 meter cable as standard. The compact controller may be mounted on a DIN rail, and uses 24 VDC power. It has both PNP and NPN strobe inputs with a 3 microsecond response. As an option we offer controllers with a potentiometer, or analog input, to control light intensity. (Never connect this light directly to power.)
Please contact us if you’re interested in controller options, a longer cable, or a high-flex cable.
|Power:||3 A @ 24 VDC|
|Strobe:||NPN (GND to enable) or PNP (24 VDC to enable)|
|Window Size:||775 x 775 mm (30.5" x 30.5")|
|Optics:||60 degree reflectors|
|Wavelength:||395 nm typical (Ultraviolet)|
|Cable Length:||4.0 m (13.1 ft)|
Manufacturer warrants this light for 6-years from date of manufacture against defects in workmanship and materials. For further information, please refer to the manufacturer's website.
Most lights are built-to-order and cannot be returned. Please contact us regarding your specific configuration. Items configured with options marked NC/NR cannot be cancelled, nor returned.
All returns must be pre-authorized by Machine Vision Store and shipped with freight pre-paid. Please contact us to request authorization and instructions. The item's serial number and associated sales order number will be needed.