Named for their shape, “dome” lights excel at delivering diffuse light in larger fields of view. The molded fiberglass hemisphere reflects light onto your part from many angles. Shiny and irregular objects can be imaged free of shadows and hot spots.
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 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 a super-high output version, various controller options, a longer cable, or a high-flex cable.