EquipmentLaboratory Volpi Intralux 6000-1 Halogen Cold Light Source

Volpi Intralux 6000-1 Halogen Cold Light Source


Volpi Intralux 6000-1 Halogen Cold Light Source  

Intralux light sources have represented the best in Fiber Optic Cold Light Illumination the world for over 25 years. They provide reliable, dependable, high-intensity cold halogen light for use with all Volpi fiber optic components in microscopy applications.
The Intralux Series is equipped with the most advanced features and highest quality components available. It includes InfraRed Reflecting Filters to ensure the coldest light possible and the unique patented Crescent Shaped Diaphragm, which provides constant color temperature and light emitting angle, and continuous intensity adjustment.
All of these light sources feature a filter slot for easily interchangeable color and daylight conversion filter capability.

The IX 6000-1 represents the top of-the-line in features with both a high and a low voltage setting to choose from, providing 670,000 and 370,000 footcandles of illumination respectively.
Lamp life ranges from 100 hours on the high setting to 1400 hours on the low setting

Dims 10.5 x 20.6 x 24.1 cm

Serial# 974713

Price: £150.00 Telephone: 01565 734875

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All information given on this website is correct at the time of publication. However in the interests of technical progress, design specifications are subject to change without notice. Accordingly, data given herein should be regarded as a general guide only and does not form part of any contract. All goods are supplied in accordance with our standard terms and conditions of sale. If you need more information on using this equipment check out The Laboratory Encyclopedia.
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