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 365 nm, 380 nm, 405 nm, 425 nm, 450 nm, 475 nm, 525 nm, 650 nm, 740nm, 6200K white.

General Specifications:

Power Consumption:
18W or 30W Max

Input Voltage:
100-240 VAC

Beam Angle:
25°

Wavelength Options:
365 nm, 380 nm, 405 nm, 450 mm, 475 nm, 525 nm, 650 nm, 740 nm, 6200K white LED LG, EPILED, Cree XPE or XTE (9X)

 

EvoluChem LED Light Options:

Product Name Wavelength LED Relative Irradiance* Part Number
 365PF 365 nm LG/CREE 9 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-011
 380PF 380 nm LG 8 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-013
 405PF 405 nm LG 28 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-010
 425PF 425 nm EPILED 33 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-012
 450PF 450 nm CREE XPE 34 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-002
 475PF 475 nm CREE XPE 23 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-003
 525PF 525 nm CREE XPE 10 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-004
 650PF 650 nm EPILED 20 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-014
 740PF 740 nm EPILED 20 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-015
 6200PF Cold White CREE XTE 29 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-005
 450DX 450 nm CREE XPE 55 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-008
 365DX 365 nm LG 25 mW/cm² HCK1012-01-006

 

 

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