The Hydrogen Light Source is a cold cathode glow discharge tube, which consists of a pair of nickel electrodes enclosed in a hard glass bulb. The tube is filled with high-purity hydrogen. When the high-pressure is applied, the characteristic spectrum of hydrogen will be emitted.
Used in optical instruments such as V prism refractometer and interferometer, as a monochromatic light source, it can also be used in applications requiring hydrogen spectroscopy such as college physics teaching experiments.
1. Luminous Wavelength:
The characteristic spectrum of the hydrogen lamp is 410.174nm, 434.047nm, 486.133nm, 656.279nm
2. Electrical Parameters:
Rated Power: 20W; Input Voltage: 220V AC
Working Current: 10mA
Lamp: outer diameter 28mm
Lamp Holder Model: socket
4. Light-emitting Windows: 4 light-emitting windows, symmetrical at 90° with respect to each other, height adjustable