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402-425 nm LEDs

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Oct 21, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    Does anyone know where I can get LEDs that emit in this range in small
    quantities?
     
  2. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    Hmm, a purple LED.

    You can fake it by using the red and blue parts of a RGB led, but I guess
    you've already decided that won't work in your application.
     
  3. Steve Noll

    Steve Noll Guest

    That's not a common LED wavelength, but...

    I've measured a Lumex SSL-LX5093UVC to be 404nm peak, 13nm FWHM. Some
    vendors are discontinuing it, but I have seen them available on the
    web.

    FWIW, Hosfelt lists their #25-504 as "420nm", but it measures 445nm,
    so don't bother with that one.

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