This section provides an overview for xenon light sources as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 xenon light source manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Xenon Light Sources are artificial light sources that utilize luminescence emitted from an electrical discharge in xenon gas. It is used as a substitute for sunlight because it can emit continuous light ranging from ultraviolet light to near-infrared light.
Due to its light-emitting principle, Xenon Light Sources are characterized by lower power consumption and longer life than incandescent light sources that use a filament to conduct electricity. Another major artificial light source is the halogen light source, but Xenon Light Sources are more powerful than halogen light sources and can illuminate smaller areas.
Xenon Light Sources are used in industrial and medical applications.
Xenon Light Sources are mainly based on arc discharge. Xenon atoms are excited by arc discharge in xenon gas and emit light when they are de-excited from the excited state to the ground state, releasing the difference in energy as light.
Xenon Light Sources (lamps) that use arc discharge include the following types:
*Including some distributors, etc.
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