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Illumination & Displays

Broad spectrum infrared light sources

Moritex, a leading global manufacturer of components for machine vision, has announced a new standard incandescent Infrared (IR) light source offering a broad light spectrum unachievable with LED's.

Compact in design, the MHAB-100 IR light source provide a stable output (+/- 1%) over a long life span (>1000 hours). The new 100W halogen light source employ proprietary technology to deliver high illuminance (up to 30,000 lx) across the spectral region 1000 - 1800nm. This high performance enables the IR light to penetrate into or through materials including Si, GaAs, LiNbO3 and LiaO3, facilitating applications such as wafer alignment, MEMS inspection, solar panel inspection and semiconductor device coaxial transmission observation.

A MHAB Series IR light source may be manually controlled or remotely operated by analogue or digital signals. Designed for safety and reliability MHAB IR Series light sources are highly resistant to heat shock. All the new light sources offer the operational flexibility of universal input voltage (100-240V, 50/60 Hz).