ITT lamps produce a maximum radiation of around 1100 nanometer (nm). These short-wave infrared halogen lamps (IR A) have a tungsten wire filament enclosed in a quartz tube. The advantage here is that quartz is highly transparent for infrared radiation. This means that the thermal output is emitted in the short-wave infrared range with minimal losses.
Nominal wattage: 500 W Nominal voltage: 235 V Nominal current: 2.1 A Color temperature: 2350K Diameter: 10 mm Total length: 219.4 mm Contact distance: 214 mm Lifespan: 5000 h Base (standard designation): R7s
Benefits • Short response time • High efficiency • Precise controllability • Long lamp life
Applications • Plastics, paper and printing industries • Drying paint and varnishes • Coil coating • Keeping food warm in restaurants