Datasheet

60 W XENON FLASH LAMP SERIES
BUILT-IN REFLECTIVE MIRROR
L7684, L7685/L6604, L6605
FEATURES
High Stability: Fluctuation (p-p) 3 % Max.
High Input Energy: 1 J (per one flash)
Long Life: 8 × 107 flashes Min.
Short Arc: 3 mm
Spectral Distribution: 190 nm to 2000 nm (Sapphire glass window type)
High Repetition Rate Meeting TV rate: 60 Hz
Short flash pulse-width (FWHM): 2.90 µs (at 2 µF, 1000 V)
TLSXF0105
Built-in Reflective Mirror/1.5 Times Brighter (L7684, L7685)
APPLICATIONS
Stroboscope for FA High Speed Image Processing
Industrial Stroboscope
Pollution Analysis
TLSXF0103
CHARACTERISTICS
Parameter
L7684
Window Material
Spectral Distribution
Reflective Mirror
L6604
L7685
L6605
Borosilicate Glass
Single Crystal Sapphire Glass
240 to 2000
190 to 2000
Built-in
—
Built-in
Unit
nm
—
V
Operating Voltage
300 to 1000
Recommended Operating Voltage
700 to 1000
V
5 to 10
kV
0.22
µF
1
J
60
W
mm
Trigger Voltage
Trigger Capacitor Value
Maximum Average Input Energy (single)
Maximum Average Input (continuous)
Arc Length
Maximum Repetition Rate
Output Fluctuation (p-p)
b
c
g
Guaranteed Life (number of flashes)
Applicable Trigger Socket
d
a
3
60
Hz
3
% Max.
8 × 107
flashes Min.
Applicable Power Supply
E6647
C6096
Applicable Cooling Jacket
E6611
NOTE:
e
f
a Average
input energy (E) is calculated by the below formula.
E = 1/2 CV2
E: Average input energy (J)
C: Main discharge capacitor value (F)
V: Main discharge voltage (V dc)
b Average Input(W) is calculated by the below formula.
W=E×f
f: Repetition frequency (repetition rate)
c At 1 J/flash (60 W) input. Maximum 100 Hz operation is possible with keeping average input 60 W or lower.
d At 1 J/flash input energy (60 W) with using the cooling jacket of E6611.
e It is necessary to have an additional external capacitor E7289-02 for 60 W input, when 1 J/flash input energy is needed.
f It has to be used for the operation more than 15 W input.
g Measured with supply voltage of 1000 V, main discharge capacitir of 2 µF and repetition rate of 10 Hz.
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60 W XENON FLASH LAMP SERIES
Figure 1: Spectral Distribution
2
TLSXB0104EA
TLSXB0084EA
100
60 W Xenon Flash Lamp Buit-in Reflective Mirror L7685
(1 J: 2 µF/1 kV)
60 W Xenon Flash Lamp L6605 (1 J: 2 µF/1 kV)
1.8
1.4
1.2
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
1 J/flash
80
RELATIVE INTENSITY (%)
1.6
RELATIVE INTENSITY
Figure 2: Flash Pulse Waveforms (L6604, L6605)
60
FWHM
2.90 µs
0.15 J/flash
40
FWHM
1.75 µs
20
0
0
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
TIME (2 µs/div.)
WAVELENGTH (nm)
Figure 4: Dimensional Outline (Unit: mm)
Figure 3: Life Characteristics
100
L7684, L7685 (Built-in Reflective Mirror)
TLSXB0083EC
34.8 ± 0.5
OUTPUT WINDOW
80
60
REFLECTIVE
MIRROR
PIN CONNECTION
(BOTTOM VIEW)
28.9 ± 0.3
3
40
ANODE
25.8 ± 0.5
34.5 ± 0.5
1
20
6 × 107
(300)
8 × 107
(400)
1 × 108
(500)
5
SPARKER
3
TRIGGER PROBE
4
TLSXA0082EA
NUMBER OF FLASHES
*( ) OPERATING TIME [h]
TRIGGER PROBE
15 MAX.
4 × 107
(200)
1.3
2 × 107
(100)
L6604, L6605
34.8±0.5
MAIN DISCHARGE VOLTAGE: 1 kV
MAIN DISCHARGE CAPACITOR: 2 µF
REPETITION RATE: 60 Hz
INPUT ENERGY: 1 J / FLASH
OUTPUT WINDOW
14.3±0.15
The life end is defined as the time when the radiant intensity falls to
50 % of its initial value or when the output flutuation exceeds ±3 %.
PIN CONNECTION
(BOTTOM VIEW)
28.9±0.3
3
ANODE
1
34.5±0.5
2
25.8±0.5
5
SPARKER
TRIGGER PROBE
3
4
TRIGGER PROBE
CATHODE
15 MAX.
0
2
CATHODE
GUARANTEED LIFE
0
1.3
RELATIVE INTENSITY (%)
14.3 ± 0.15
TLSXA0049EC
RELATED PRODUCTS
Trigger Socket E6647
In order to operate a Xenon flash lamp, it is necessary to supply the prescribed high voltage between anode and
cathode, and to trigger probes. To facilitate the above operation, the trigger socket consists of high voltage
transformer and voltage divider resistors and capacitors chain to supply the appropriate pulse voltage to each
electrode.
As E6647 radiates heat from its metal parts during the operation due to the input energy, it is recommended to
use a cooling fan to keep the surface temperature of the metal parts at less than 50 °C.
Dimensional Outline (Unit: mm)
14.8±0.1
METAL
RED : MAIN DISCHAGE VOLTAGE
WHITE : TRIGGER VOLTAGE
BLACK : GND (MAIN)
BROWN : GND (TRIGGER)
5.5
73.5±2.0
500±20
28.5±1.0
TLSXA0050EB
* Changing the length of the trigger socket cable vavies the current flowing through
the lamp so the lamp might fail to meet its required specifications. Use the cable length as shipped.
Power Supply C6096
C6096 has large capability to operate the lamp stable in spite of its compact dimensions. When 1 flash input
energy becomes over 0.05 J, it is necessary to have an additional external capacitor E7289-02 (option).
Dimensional Outline (Unit: mm)
300 V to 1000 V
60 W Max.
±1 % Max.
0.1 µF
180 V Typ.
0.22 µF
Internal / External
10 Hz to 100 Hz
360 Ω
Rectangular Waveform
5V
24 V ± 1.2 V
90 W
Not Required
Approx. 550 g
NOTE:
The range of 700 V to 1000 V is used for the operation
of 60 W Xenon flash lamp series.
i In the case of connects temperature sensor lead lines
from the cooling jacket, the output voltage becomes 0 V
when the temperature sensor turns on.
j When 1 flash input energy becomes over 0.05 J, it is
necessary to have an additional external capacitor
E7289-02 (option).
k Don’t use beyond 60 Hz at the operation of 60 W input.
m A trigger pulse voltage is supplied to each electrode at
the same time as an input trigger signal rise.
108±2
174±3
24.0±0.5
Description/Value
49±2
Parameter
Output Voltage h i (dc)
Main
Output Capacity
Power
Supply Stability
Main Supply Capacitor j
Trigger Trigger Output Voltage
Section Trigger Capacitor
Trigger Type
Trigger Repetition Rate k
Input
Trigger Input Impedance
Section Input Waveform m
Input Voltage
Input Voltage (dc)
Power Consumption
Cooling
Weight
2-M3
100.0±0.5
2-M3
140.0±0.5
Specifications
h
80.0±0.5
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TLSXA0051EA
60 W XENON FLASH LAMP SERIES
Cooling Jacket E6611
This cooling jacket is exclusively designed for 60 W Xenon flash lamps will keep the temperature of the lamp and
electric parts such as the trigger socket at less than maximum ratings and maintain at even temperature by a built-in
cooling fan, and offers the stable operation of the lamp. It has to be used for the operation of more than 15 W input.
Dimensional Outline (Unit:mm)
SETTING HOLES 2-M4 × P0.7
35.0 ± 0.5
65.5 ± 0.5
TRIGGER SOCKET
SHIELD CABLE
TRIGGER SOCKET
LAMP
* The temperature sensor is for the protection of a lamp, a
trigger socket and a power supply, when it detects an abnornal high temperature due to out of work with the cooling fan. When lead lines of temperature sensor are connected to the protection circuit terminal of C6096 exclusive power supply, the power supply will stop its operation.
TEMPERATURE SENSOR*
62.0±0.5
M23 × P1
COOLING FAN (RATING : 24 V, 0.1 A dc)
RED: Cooling fan input voltage (+24 V)
BLACK: Cooling fan GND
YELLOW: Temperature sensor
BLUE: Temperature sensor
23.5±1.5
175±3
TLSXA0052ED
Light-Guides
Dimensional Outline (Unit: mm)
Transmittance
wavelength
Quartz glass fiber
220 nm to 1300 nm
5 mm
1m
Compound glass fiber 380 nm to 1300 nm
5 mm
1m
A2873
A7432
25
7
11
6.5
TLSXA0062EB
Dimensional Outline (Unit: mm)
180 ± 3
320 ± 20
100 ± 3
GND
TERMINAL
100 ± 1
50
The exclusive main discharge capacitor (2 µF) for 60 W
(1 J/Flash, 60 Hz) inputs the operation of 60 W Xenon flash
lamp series. It allows to operate safely by easy connection
with a power supply.
10
33
SUS FLEXIBLE TUBE
10
Output
diameter Length
External Main Discharge Capacitor E7289-02
60
15
30
60 ± 2
Material
Type No.
1000
13
Light-guides are effective to guide the output light into a
place where does not allow to direct irradiation due to its
construction or to plural places simultaneously. A short arc of
60 W Xenon flash lamps allows the light into the light-guides
effectively. As the standard option, two types of light guide
are available from us upon your application. Please refer to
below table. The light-guides holder will be included for order
of the cooling jacket E6611.
2-M3
78 ± 1
Warranty
TLSXA0053ED
The warranty period will be one year following the date of shipment or specified life time whichever comes first. The area of warranty is
Iimited to replacement of the faulty lamp. Faults resulting from natural disasters and improper usage will also be excluded from warranty.
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TLSX1029E04
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