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Hollow Cathode Lamps

At Analytics-Shop you will find more than 500 hollow cathode lamps (HCL) for AAS from Heraeus Noblelight. The lamps are marked as coded , e.g. for equipment by Agilent/Varian, PerkinElmer or Thermo/Unicam. When using coded lamps the equipment recognizes the element so that you do not have to adjust your equipment. You can choose the elements of the cathode and the coding in the drop-down menu on the left.

Guarantee: Heraeus provides a guarantee of  5000 mA hours - otherwise you will receive a new lamp.

For any questions about hollow cathode lamps, feel free to contact us.

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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Copper Cu 37mm Standard

    $285.20
    sku: HN80078757
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Iron Fe 37mm Standard

    $270.25
    sku: HN80079706
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Lead Pb 37mm Standard

    $285.20
    sku: HN80079139
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Aluminium Al 37mm Standard

    $241.50
    sku: HN80082101
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Arsenic As 37mm Standard

    $351.90
    sku: HN80013924
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Cadmium Cd 37mm Standard

    $307.05
    sku: HN80079625
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Calcium Ca 37mm Standard

    $285.20
    sku: HN80078792
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Chromium Cr 37mm Standard

    $285.20
    sku: HN80079203
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Manganese Mn 37mm Standard

    $285.20
    sku: HN80079599
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Nickel Ni 37mm Standard

    $285.20
    sku: HN80079629
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Platinum Pt 37mm Standard

    $548.55
    sku: HN80079642
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Zinc Zn 37mm Standard

    $263.35
    sku: HN80079407
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Iron Fe 37mm Standard

    $263.35
    sku: HN80018117
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Cobalt Co 37mm Standard

    $328.90
    sku: HN80079715
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Lead Pb 50mm Standard

    $394.45
    sku: HN80014091
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Magnesium Mg 37mm Standard

    $285.20
    sku: HN80079282
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Magnesium Mg 50mm Standard

    $372.60
    sku: HN80014110
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Mercury Hg 37mm Standard

    $351.90
    sku: HN80081768
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Barium Ba 37mm Standard

    $307.05
    sku: HN80079290
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Boron B 37mm Standard

    $307.05
    sku: HN80078838
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Cadmium Cd 50mm Standard

    $416.30
    sku: HN80013968
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    hollow cathode lamp 1-element Gold Au 37mm Standard

    $461.15
    sku: HN80079331
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Hollow cathode lamps (HCL) for AAS

37mm hollow cathode lamps (HCL) are used on most equipments: Analytik Jena, Baird Atomic, Beckman, Corning, Evans, GBC, Htachi, Jenoptik, Unicam, Shimadzu, Thermo, Varian, Zeiss etc.

In our shop you will find more than 600 HCLs for all equipments.Multi element lamps can be used for various elements and save time and money.

Hollow cathode lamps are sources of radiation in an atomic absorption spectrometer. The cathode of these lamps consists of the element of the analyte. In this lamp for AAS neon atoms are accelerated by a strong electric field. Meet the neon atoms at the cathode, where they beat out atoms. The ejected atoms behave like a gas and are excited by shock reactions with the electrons of the gas filling the lamps in the electric field. This light of its specific wavelength is emitted.