Hamamatsu introduces world’s smallest battery-powered 2 W xenon flash lamp module for spectroscopy instruments
L12336 series 2 W xenon flash lamp module
Aug 28, 2012
Hamamatsu, Japan – August 28, 2012 – Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. has announced the release of a new ultra-compact
xenon flash lamp module for use in compact spectroscopy instruments for environmental analysis or medical analysis. The L12336
series incorporates the lamp’s trigger socket into the world’s smallest package for a 2 W xenon flash lamp module, and also offers
battery-powered operation. These features make it an ideal light source for compact spectroscopy instruments and also position the
L12336 for future use in portable instruments for high-precision environmental monitoring or point-of-care testing.
The L12336 series will be available to manufacturers of spectroscopy instruments and medical instruments from September 5, 2012.
It will also be exhibited at the JASIS (Japan Analytical Scientific Instruments Show) trade show from September 5 to 7 at the
Makuhari Messe convention center in Chiba, Japan.
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