IPL lamp is the main consumable for the IPL machines. The lifetimes of the IPL lamp are different according to the xenon lamp brands.
We offer all the brands IPL lamps for replacement. Please let me know the specification for your IPL lamps. We will match the lamp and offer the quotations.
How does ipl xenon lamp work?
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) adopts the principle that substance absorbs light selectively. As different target tissues absorb pulsed light with the different spectrums and the light acts on pigment.
Through photo thermal and actinism, the machine could dispel pigment, concrete blood vessel, burn the hair follicle and stimulate the collagen to regeneration. Then it will achieve the aim to dispelling speckles, treating telangiectasis, removing hair and rejuvenating skin. Because the normal skin absorbs little energy, so the treatment is safe.
The Pulsed xenon lamp is a solid-state laser pump source. Because of their high-energy, high power, high brightness, three-high in the state, and the luminescence spectra near the solar spectrum.
It can apply to the work of the variety of laser materials, to achieve the requirements of different pulse laser power, especially for welding machines, cutting machines and other high-power machines.
IPL Lamp UK
IPL lamp UK is the high quality lamp we recommend. The lifetime can reach 1 million shots.
- Design consultancy with our product experts
- Customized prototype design and quotation completed within 5 days
- Lamp to lamp consistency
- High standards of manufacturing
- Long lifetime (1 million shots)
- Patented cathode design
IPL lamp UK Specifications
|Lamp’s bore (ID)||5mm|
|Lamp’s Outside dia.(OD)||7mm|
|Lamp’s Arc length (AL)||60±1.5mm|
|Lamp’s Body length(BL)||120±2mm|
|O-ring centre (OC)||104mm|
|Pole dia. (PD)||2mm|
|Overall length (OAL)||480mm|
|wire length (WL)||180mm|
|maximum average power||1,886W|
|maximum peak current||800A|
|minimum trigger voltage||16KV|
|minimum trigger pulse||0.6μs|
|impedance constant||15.84 Ko(Ω.A)|
|explosion energy constant||73,680 (W./S)|