The Spectroline®TRITAN™ 365 (P/N TRI-365HB) is an ultra-high intensity, broad-beam, multi-LED UV/white light lamp that is perfect for forensic investigation and laboratory work. It enhances the detection, inspection and photography of biological stains, latent fingerprints, untreated blood, bodily fluids, processed blood samples and much more.
The TRITAN 365 features three ultra-high-flux UV LEDs for a wide range of forensic inspection applications, plus a white light LED to illuminate dimly lit areas.
The Spectroline®MLK-35A MAXIMA™ Leak Detection UV Kit pinpoints the exact source of leaks in hydraulic, engine oil and aircraft fuel systems. The kit features the super-powerful MAXIMA ultraviolet lamp and an 8 oz (237 ml) bottle of Aero-Brite™ universal fluorescent dye, which locates all leaks in petroleum- and synthetic-based aviation fluid systems. The MAXIMA lamp’s state-of-the-art Micro Discharge Light (MDL) technology delivers up to 10 times the UV-A output of conventional High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps.
The MAXIMA is so powerful that it can be used in direct sunlight.
The OPTIMAX™400 (P/N OPX-400CS) from Spectronics Corporation is an economical, violet light LED leak detection flashlight. It emits less visible light than conventional inspection lamps so refrigerant leaks are easier to spot, saving valuable inspection time.
The OPTIMAX 400 features a high-output, violet light LED that causes dyes to fluoresce more brilliantly and with greater contrast. The flashlight’s pre-focused beam optimizes fluorescent response without any adjustments and it works effectively with all popular universal/POE dyes.
The OPTIMAX 400 flashlight is extremely compact and
The advanced Spectroline® Bi-O-Vision™ Series transilluminators feature two workstations, producing both 312nm ultraviolet and white light. The TD-1000R model offers fixed-intensity while the TVD-1000R model offers variable-intensity control of either UV or white light. These units are continuously adjustable from 100% down to 50%. This enables life science researchers to select medium wavelength ultraviolet or white light illumination to view fluorescent gels or visible blots.
The UV-B (312nm) intensity of the TVD-1000R can be varied.
Spectronics Corporation offers the PowerMAX™ 365 Series UV-A LED flood lamps. Each lamp features a panel of 16 powerful UV-A (365 nm) LEDs specially engineered for non-destructive testing applications. These versatile, stationary light sources can be installed overhead or in-line, and can be connected together to provide an even wider coverage area.
The PowerMAX 365 Series lamps are available in four models: high-intensity and standard-intensity versions, each with or without a black light filter. The two high-intensity lamps produce a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 8,000 µW/cm² at 15
The OPK-441 Industrial Leak Detection Kit from Spectronics Corporation is a starter kit designed to effectively pinpoint the exact source of all leaks in hydraulic equipment, compressors, engines, gearboxes and fuel systems.
The kit features the OPTIMAX™ 400 violet light LED flashlight, a compact, high-intensity unit that quickly reveals all leaks in small to medium-sized industrial systems — even in cramped areas that are inaccessible to larger lamps.
Also included is an 8 oz (237 ml) twin-neck bottle of patented OIL-GLO® 44 concentrated fluorescent oil dye, which is compatible with all
The Spectroline®PC-4420A UV EPROM/Wafer ErasingSystem is a high-intensity unit with an extra-large load capacity. It produces a nominal initial short-wave UV (254 nm) intensity of 46,000 µW/cm² to ensure quick and complete erasure of programmed memory from every EPROM chip or wafer. This high-efficiency unit can complete an erasing cycle in just 4 minutes.
The PC-4420A utilizes four high intensity, ozone-free, mercury vapor quartz grid lamp assemblies mounted on specular aluminum reflectors.
Spectronics Corporation has announced the promotion of Limin Chen to the position of Vice President of Manufacturing and Special Projects.
Limin began his career at Spectronics in 1993 as a Mechanical Product Development Engineer, and has been the lead engineer for the Pipe Freezer, UV EPROM/Wafer Eraser and Grid Lamp products for more than ten years. He has also worked on fluorescent leak detection products and been involved in other areas as well.
Before joining Spectronics, Limin worked as a Product Development Engineer at the Shanghai General Machinery Corporation for 8 years.
Spectronics Corporation has announced the promotion of Daniel Cooper to the position of General Manager of Operations. In his new role, Dan will be developing and implementing strategies and goals for the company.
Dan started his career at Spectronics ten years ago as a temporary employee in the Quality Control Department, eventually moving on to Production Coordinator and Marketing Coordinator positions. In recent years, he helped to grow the Industrial and Aviation markets as a Sales Account Manager.