Wavelength Calibration Lamp For Imaging Spectrometers is Launched

North Carolina based LightForm, Inc, a specialist provider of equipment that aids analytical spectral imaging, has launched a wavelength calibration lamp to overcome data inaccuracies.

Asheville, United States - May 22, 2020 /PressCable/ —

LightForm, Inc, a North Carolina based specialist provider of equipment to aid analytical spectral imaging, has launched a new wavelength calibration lamp.

Find out more at https://lightforminc.com/products/wavelength-calibration/

The newly launched Multi-Ion Discharge Lamp (MIDL) wavelength calibration tool is eye-safe and designed to be used with all spectrometers, spectral imaging, and hyperspectral microscopy systems.

LightForm, Inc, suggests that while wavelength calibration typically takes place in a factory environment, many factors can lead to minor changes to the wavelength accuracy. This includes transportation, installation, and time.

Although the changes are rarely noticeable, there may be discrepancies once data sets are complete and compared to the results from other labs that are using the same equipment.

Researchers who are building their own systems depend on accurate wavelength equipment prior to any work beginning. The MIDL lamp is ideal for researchers and lab specialists and is available in two formats: pencil or flat.

The flat version is suitable for inverted microscopes whereas the pencil light is designed to be used upright. The MIDL lamp emits Hg+, Ar+ and inorganic fluorescence emission lines to provide an eye-safe absolute solution, rather than a relative, wavelength line spectrum.

For scientists and people working with labs, accuracy is a crucial part in the collection of scientific data. As such, the new product has been designed with professionals in mind.

The MIDL wavelength calibration lamp is compatible for use with any hyperspectral imaging microscope system, spectrometers, imaging spectrometers, and microscope mounted multi-spectral imaging systems based on AOTF, LCTF devices and interfaces.

A company spokesperson said: “Research grade microscopes require specialist calibration equipment to ensure they provide accurate results at all times. Spectroscopic light-sources that drive results depend on effective equipment, which is why we have launched the MIDL wavelength calibration lamp.”

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the website provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeremy Lerner
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Organization: LightForm, Inc
Address: 825c Merrimon Avenue Suite 351, Asheville, North Carolina 28804, United States
Website: https://lightforminc.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88958198

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