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Lumidox® II LED Arrays & Lamps

Lumidox Gen II LumLamp

LumLamp

The LumLamp system stands apart with multiple wavelengths, tight linewidths, and remote (corded) operation. It has radiant flux levels up to 5W. LumLamps are directly controlled with our Lumidox® II Controller, providing optical stabilty, user configurable timing and output configuration.

With 4 differing reflector types, 3 styles of lens, and up to 12 wavelengths, LumLamp is available in 104+* possible configurations.

Use with Breadboard
LumLamp is ideal for use with standard-spaced optical breadboards. The lamp can be easily taken off its base and attached to a breadboard using the same 1/4-20 screws that are included with the lamp. The flexible gooseneck allows for precise manipulation and positioning, and the selection of wavelengths and high outputs are perfect for laser and optical experiments.

Lumidox II Stages Lumidox® II STAGES
By default, all Lumidox II devices are factory calibrated with 5 discrete linearly stepped output STAGES... Expand

Lumidox® II STAGE Selection
By default, all Lumidox II devices are factory calibrated with 5 discrete linearly stepped output STAGES (Example 1, below). STAGE 1 output is the least radiometric power while STAGE 5 output is the most. STAGES are calibrated to nearest whole number of radiant flux, and displayed in milliwatts (mW).

Analytical Sales & Services offers custom tuned stages to meet specific and unique requirements. A user, for example, may require an instrument tuned for maximum light output (Example 2). In another example, a user may have a need for a tighter resolution of STAGES (Example 3).

Lumidox Stages 600

For custom STAGE settings, please contact Analytical Sales & Services before ordering. Note: STAGES may only be calibrated at the time of shipment.


LumLamp Typical Values*
  Stage 1 Radiant Flux (mW)Stage 2 Radiant Flux (mW)Stage 3 Radiant Flux (mW) Stage 4 Radiant Flux (mW) Stage 5 Radiant Flux (mW)
Quartz Lens 365 700 1200 1700 2100 2600
Quartz Lens 375 900 1700 2400 3000 3600
Quartz Lens 385 1100 2000 3000 3900 4700
Quartz Lens 395 1100 2000 3000 3800 4700
Quartz Lens 405 1100 2200 3200 4200 5000
Polycarbonate Lens 445 1000 1800 2500 3200 3700
Polycarbonate Lens 470 1000 1800 2400 2800 3300
Polycarbonate Lens 505 600 900 1100 1300 1500
Polycarbonate Lens 527 500 700 900 1000 1100
Polycarbonate Lens 590 600 1000 1300 1500 1700
Polycarbonate Lens 630 400 600 800 1000 1200
Polycarbonate Lens White 800 1500 2100 2700 3200

*For reference only. Typical values subject to change.





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Frequently Asked Questions

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I need to change my output levels for each stage. Can I do this remotely?
Yes, please contact engineering@analytical-sales.com for assistance. We will be able to walk you through the process. Please be sure to navigate to the "Additional Information" tab on our Lumidox controller webpage ahead of time, and download the firmware update files. Within that folder will be an executable file named GUI5R7529.exe. This is the GUI that we will utilize to make the changes to the array. Please contact your IT department if the file is blocked. You will also require a the USB Cable that was provided with your controller.
Can the Lumidox II be integrated with automation systems?
Our Lumidox units are easy to integrate with automation systems, as they were designed with this intention in mind. The serial commands themselves plus some sample Python files can be downloaded from the "Additional Information" tab on our Lumidox controller page. Note that these features are currently experimental, and not yet officially supported. The available commands in Lumidox Controller II – Serial Commands guide should cover all of the tasks needed to integrate and fire the units with your automation platform. Analytical also has "extension" cord sets available to extend the distance the array can be from the controller.
Can the light intensity of the Lumidox® II be reduced?
Yes. Placing thick plates of glass (preferably quartz) between the light source and the plate will increase the distance between the plates and the Lumidox® II, thereby reducing the amount of light reaching the samples. If your samples are still getting too much light, the array can be sent to Analytical to be re-calibrated for lower output.
Is the baseplate included?
Yes.
What is the lens diameter?
The Lens diameter is about ~40mm.
How much light is lost with the diffuse lens?
On average there is a 7-10% drop in light output if using the diffused polycarbonate lens
What are STAGES?
Stages are radiometric output levels, of varying intensity, selectable by the front mounted controller dial.
My unit turned off, is it broken?
Gen II arrays contain a resettable fuse. If internal temperatures surpass this fuse, the unit will temporarily be prevented from illuminating. Power cycle the device and wait for the array to cool before operating. For Solid Base Arrays, the cutoff temperature is 95°C and will reset when cooled to 65°C. For Active Cooling Base Arrays, the cutoff is 75°C and will reset at 45°C. LumLamp units contain a single use thermal protection fuse. Fuse repair is not possible in LumLamp units.
Is there a way to continuously sweep the light intensity?
This is not currently possible as a custom option.
Do I need an external cooling system for use with the LumLamps?
The LumLamp employs a modular heatsink system and is able to regulate temperature on its own.
Are you able to modulate intensity?
Yes, modulating the output intensity is achieved by turning the front mounted dial to the desired output stage.
What are the spectral outputs of the different wavelengths?
Typical spectral outputs can be found here. However, with each array or LumLamp, we provide a unique calibration document that notes this information, specific to the device. See an example of this document
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