Cermax® Xenon is a trusted brand name that is virtually synonymous with medical lighting applications and high-intensity, perfect white, bright light, whether for endoscopic illumination, surgical headlamps, or robotic surgery equipment. Since the introduction of our short-arc Xenon lamps in the early 1980s, the Cermax Xenon brand can be found in over 90% of hospitals worldwide.
Offered in both metal-body and ceramic-body designs, the Cermax Xenon short-arc lamp are uniquely designed for a variety of specialty lighting applications including video projection, solar simulation, dental UV curing, industrial UV curing, microscopic illumination, and other high-performance applications.
- Cermax® Ceramic Body Parabolic Xenon Lamps - equipped with internal reflectors and rugged metal-to-sapphire seal construction to ensure safety and mobility. These alternatives to conventional quartz bubble lamps produce high intensity, collimated light to provide flexibility when choosing light-shaping, post-processing optic solutions.
- Cermax® Ceramic Body Elliptical Xenon Lamps - utilizes integrated elliptical F1.0 or F1.3 reflectors to produce focused, high-intensity light. It provides two reflector choices to offer ample opportunity to produce light for specific applications.
- Cermax® Metal Body Elliptical Xenon Lamps - metal-body, compact, short-arc lamps equipped with internal, precision-cut reflector bodies and metal-sapphire and ceramic seal construction, recommended for new Xenon illumination designs.
- Cermax® Metal Body High-Output Xenon Lamps - advanced Xenon lamps available in metal-body elliptical and parabolic designs and modules for applications that require high performance in the most demanding settings, such as in the manufacturing setting.
- Cermax® Metal Body Parabolic Xenon Lamps - deliver unparalleled color performance required in applications where reliability and performance are critical, such as in the medical industry.
- Cermax® Xenon Power Supplies - specifically designed for high-power, specialty lighting requirements in the medical and industrial fields.
- Solar simulation
- Spectral scanning
- Movie projectors and IMAX technology
- Optical measurement devices
- Photo-heating devices