Datasheet

LONG LIFE 100 W XENON
NEW SHORT ARC REFLECTOR LAMP
L10878
OVERVIEW
The L10878 consists of a long-life 100 W xenon lamp
precisely assembled with a condenser reflector.
The L10878 does not require optical systems and optical axis adjustment mechanisms that are necessary
for ordinary xenon lamps. This simplifies equipment
design and makes lamp replacement easy since no
optical axis adjustment is required.
FEATURES
●Output intensity at all wavelengths
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100
LIGHT OUTPUT INTENSITY (%)
● Long life
Guaranteed life: 1000 h
Average life: 1500 h
(Conventional type is less than 500 h)
● High stability
Fluctuation(p-p): 1.0 % Max.
Drift: ±0.5 %/h Typ.
●Assembled with visible-light condenser reflector
● No arc point shift
● Ozone-free
● Hot re-strikeable
Light output intensity vs.
operating time
80
60
40
20
L10878
CONVENTIONAL TYPE
APPLICATIONS
● Endoscope
● Medical Equipment
● Microscope
0
0
500
1000
OPERATING TIME (h)
1500
SPECIFICATIONS
Parameter
Description / Value
Approx. 100 W
1.0 mm ± 0.1 mm
Approx. 44°
7.0 A ± 0.5 A
Approx. 13.5 V
1.0 %
±0.5 %/h
1000 h
1500 h
Horizontal ± 15°
Forced air cooling
Approx. 150 g
Lamp Rating
Arc Length
Focusing Angle
Lamp Current (DC)
Lamp Voltage (DC)
Light Output Stability
Fluctuation (p-p)(Max.)
Drift (Typ.)
Guaranteed Life 1
Average Life
Installation Orientation
Cooling Method
Weight
NOTE: 1The life end is defined as the time when the light output intensity at all wavelengths falls to 50 % of the initial value or when the output fluctuation (p-p) exceeds 1.0 %.
SPECTRAL DISTRIBUTION
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RELATIVE INTENSITY (%)
100
80
60
40
20
0
300
400
500
600
700
800
WAVELENGTH (nm)
DIMENSIONAL OUTLINES (Unit: mm)
45
44°
64
30
MAX. 77
FOCUSING POINT
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DEC. 2008 IP
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