Light Sources

Our Light Sources product range offers a comprehensive range of lamps and LEDs that are ideal for fluorescence, spectroscopy and general illumination applications. If you are looking for a light source to use with your Ocean Optics spectrometer then Ocean Optics offer a range of Light sources that are compatible with their full range of miniature fibre optic spectrometers, offering sources for illumination, excitation and calibration. Their Ultra LED fibre coupled light sources provide highly efficient light coupling into a single fibre, can operate in CW or external trigger mode and are ideal for OEM integration.

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Cool Red Light Source

Cool Red Light Source

The Cool Red Infrared Light Source from Ocean Optics is designed specifically for infrared fiber-based spectroscopy.

Deep UV LEDs

Deep UV LEDs

Available in a wide range of wavelengths and package sizes, these LEDs are manufactured using AIGaN/GaN technology and use significantly less power than comparable UV technologies.

Multichannel LED source

Multichannel LED source

Ocean Optics Multi-Channel LED Light Source offers powerful integrated timing and synchronization between the different channels. This source powers 4 LED modules and features variable triggering.

Ultra LED Light Sources

Ultra LED Light Sources

These fiber-coupled LED light sources are ideal for fluorescence, spectroscopy and general fiber illumination applications. The Ultra LED high power light sources can be operated in continuous or external trigger modes.

THz Antennae and Components

THz Antennae

Terahertz antennas (and components) complete our THz product portfolio from Menlo Systems. We offer photoconductive antennas made for excitation wavelengths of 800 nm, 1000 nm, and 1500 nm. On the component side we offer optimized mechanical holders as well as THz lenses.

Ocean Optics Light Sources

Ocean Optics Light Sources

Ocean Optics offer a range of compact, modular light sources for use as illumination, excitation and calibration sources on the their full range of miniature fiber optic spectrometers.

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