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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve J. Noll)
Subject: Re: Any UV LEDS brighter than 0.75 mW?
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 06:34:26 GMT
Organization: MindSpring Enterprises
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Try http://www.roithner-laser.com . They are not hard to
deal with even though they're in Vienna.
I recently got three different types from them, 350nm & 370nm,
don't recall which models. The 350 and one of the 370's are
unfiltered and appear to the eye as dim white LEDs. This
apparent visible output was not reflected in their datasheet
curves. So... I suggest trying to get one or two to start to
make sure they do what you want before buying a bunch.
On Wed, 11 Dec 2002 11:11:01 -0800, "Christopher R. Carlen"
>I'm planning to get some UV LEDs. I have found Optosource, with their
>part number 26008 with a 10 degree beam and 0.75 mW at 370 nm.
>I'm wondering if you folks know of any 370nm LEDs with more output
>power, that I might want to check out before buying these. Optosource
>can sell a 20 piece minimum, which is good for me. I'm waiting on the
>Should make great panel indicators.
>Christopher R. Carlen
>Principal Laser/Optical Technologist
>Sandia National Laboratories CA USA
Steve J. Noll | Ventura California | email@example.com
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