Cold light source without brightness control, 20 W

KL5110

Key features
Key features

Ideal for gemmology

The KL5110 cold light source is the smallest in the range. This device is very economic and offers good performance for most basic applications. An external power supply with adaptor plugs makes it very versatile. Illumination is through a 8 V, 20W halogen bulb with a colour temperature of 3050K.

  • Very compact
  • Inexpensive
  • Ideal for basic applications, especially in gemmology
  • Illuminated by an 8V, 20W halogen lamp with a color temperature of 3.050K
  • Various light guides available

Model specifications

 KL5110
COLOUR TEMPERATURE3050 K
ILLUMINATIONHalogen lamp 8 V, 20 W
POWER SUPPLY100-240 V
DIMENSIONS170 x 100 x 55 mm
WEIGHT500 g
EQUIPMENTWithout light conductor

Suitable light conductors for this cold light source

KL5130
One-arm light conductor, optical fibre
500 mm for all cold light sources
Available in our Gemmo shop

KL5131
Twin-arm light conductor, optical fibre
500 mm for all cold light sources
Available in our Gemmo shop

 

Gemmo-Shop

The A.KRÜSS gemmology shop offers a wide range of analysers for professional use in gemology. Both the cold light sources and the matching accessories can be purchased directly from our Gemmo shop.

Visit our Gemmo shop
 

What are the advantages of a cold light source?

The ambition of any scientific examination is to discover some truth about the sample being investigated, but too often the simple act of examination actually changes the sample before the research is completed. A case in point is the examination of biological samples under a microscope, where the radiant energy from the illumination can cause damage and even premature cell death. This problem, particularly noted with old-fashioned incandescent lamps, is effectively solved through the use of a fibre-optic cold light source.

By directing the visible light, without unwanted infra-red (heat) energy, sample illumination need no longer be a trade-off between being able to see the subject and being able to keep it alive. A steady colour temperature is another important consideration for the microscopist, so that delicate fluorescence effects are not altered by simply changing the brightness level of the illumination.

Cold light sources also offer advantages to the cost-conscious and environmentally-aware laboratory, promising long lamp life and low energy consumption with less maintenance requirement and lower power consumption.

Any Questions?

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