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Lead (Pb) Lumina Hollow Cathode Lamp

Series N30501XX Lumina 2 in. (50 mm) diameter single-element lamps are designed to be used with our PinAAcle and AAnalyst Atomic Absorption spectrometer series of instruments.

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Single Element Lumina Hollow Cathode Lamp (HCL) for the detection of elemental Lead (Pb).

Every genuine PerkinElmer lamp is designed for use with and tested on our spectrometers to assure compatibility and the highest performance. We offer a wide range of single-element and multi-element HCLs, which are ideal for determining most elements by atomic absorption spectroscopy. To prolong the life of a Lumina Hollow Cathode Lamp (HCL), we produce lamps with larger internal volume so that a greater supply of fill gas at optimum pressure is available. The larger the lamp, the greater the inert gas volume - and the longer the lamp lifetime.

Note: Lumina Hollow Cathode Lamps may also be used with all earlier AA spectrometers that do not have automatic code reading capability by using an appropriate adapter cable.

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Product Compatibility AAnalyst, PinAAcle
Number of Elements Single
Outer Diameter 2 in
Product Brand Name Lumina
Product Group Hollow Cathode Lamp (HCL)
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