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There are various types of artificial light sources, which can be divided into three main categories: incandescent lamps, which emit light by passing electricity through a filament; fluorescent lamps, which generate ultraviolet light by discharging mercury; and LEDs, which emit light when voltage is applied to a diode.

Halogen lamps used as car headlamps adopt the principle of incandescent bulbs. For analyzers and research applications, discharging-type light sources such as hollow cathode lamps, xenon flash lamps, and deuterium lamps are used.

In recent years, LED lighting has been getting popular because it emits light without emitting much heat and has a long service life. Other developments of Organic Light Emitting Diaode (OLED) lighting are also underway.

Matsusada Precision's high voltage power supplies are designed for xenon flash lamps. Hxep series, a high voltage power supply module, consists of the built-in main electrode and auxiliary electrode equipped with the trigger wire used as the starting electrode of a discharge lamp, ideal for xenon flash lamps. Furthermore, Matsusada's power supplies are used in developing, manufacturing, and testing of various light sources, such as LEDs. And our X-ray inspection systems are effectively available to inspect lamps.

Xenon arc lamp
Xenon arc lamp
Related Words:
  • Light source
  • Lamp
  • Artificial light source
  • LED Organic Light Emitting Diaode (OLED)
  • Lighting
  • Discharge lamp
  • Emission
  • Xenon flash lamp
  • Hollow cathode lamp
  • deuterium lamp

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Matsusada Precision’s high voltage power supplies are designed for xenon flash lamps.  Hxep series, a high voltage power supply module, consists of the built-in main electrode and auxiliary electrode equipped with the trigger wire used as the starting electrode of a discharge lamp, ideal for xenon flash lamps. Furthermore, Matsusada's power supplies are used in developing, manufacturing, and testing of various light sources, such as LEDs. And our X-ray inspection systems are effectively available to inspect lamps.