EvoluChem™ LEDs

Our photoreactor LEDs are designed for photo-catalytic chemistry applications to irradiate all samples with maximum efficiency.

The EvoluChem™ LED spotlights are designed specifically for photo-catalytic chemistry applications. They fit the PhotoRedOx Box™ and they are designed to irradiate all samples with maximum efficiency. The LED chips are selected for specific wavelengths of 365 nm, 380 nm, 390 nm, 405 nm, 425 nm, 427 nm, 440 nm, 450 nm, 467 nm, 475 nm, 525 nm, 550 nm, 650 nm, 690 nm, 740 nm, and 6200K white.

Photo Chemistry Lights

EvoluChem™ LED 18W

General Specifications

Power Consumption:
18W or 30W Max

Input Voltage:
100-240 VAC

Beam Angle:

Wavelength Options:
365 nm, 380 nm, 390 nm, 405 nm, 425 nm, 427 nm, 440 nm, 450 nm, 467 nm, 475 nm, 525 nm, 550 nm, 650 nm, 690 nm, 740 nm, 6200K white

EvoluChem™ LED Products

EvoluChem™ alternatives to Kessil™ LEDs appear below in BLUE
Each LED is available with a plug choice (XX) of US Type A (01) , EU Type C (02) or UK Type G (03)


EvoluChem™ LED 365PF

365 nm

9 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 380PF

380 nm

8 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 390PF

390 nm


EvoluChem™ LED 405PF

405 nm

28 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 425PF

425 nm

33 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 427PF

427 nm


EvoluChem™ LED 440PF

440 nm


EvoluChem™ LED 450PF

450 nm

34 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 467PF

467 nm


EvoluChem™ LED 475PF

475 nm

23 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 525PF

525 nm

10 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 550PF

550 nm


EvoluChem™ LED 650PF

650 nm

20 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 690PF

690 nm


EvoluChem™ LED 740PF

740 nm

20 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 6200PF

Cold White

29 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 450DX

450 nm

55 mW/cm²

EvoluChem™ LED 365DX

365 nm

25 mW/cm²


Average relative irradiance as measured in the PhotoRedOx Box™

EvoluChem™ LEDs are better-designed & cost less than Kessil™LEDs

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