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Product Code G2012A1
Price £180 ex. VAT

Infrared Wavelengths from 700 nm to 980 nm

High power LED light sources for a variety of optical applications

Overview | Specifications | Related Products | Resources and Support

Infrared (IR) light sources from Ossila are available in a range of wavelengths from 700 nm – 980 nm. These light sources are useful in IR spectroscopy.

Compatible with the Ossila Optical Spectrometer and our range of optical spectroscopy tools, you can complete your experimental setup with these IR light sources. You have the flexibility to use our USB-C powered light sources in a free space arrangement, connected to a transmission holder, or linked to an optical fiber. They can also be bolted to any standard metric/imperial optical table or optical breadboard plate.

For more comprehensive applications, you can buy an LED light source set covering all the infrared wavelengths.


Dimensions (D x W x H) 30 mm x 70 mm x 40 mm
Weight 25 g
Optical Connection SMA 905 fiber or free space
Power USB type-C (5 V, 70 mA)

Optical Specifications

Product Code Wavelength* Optical Power
G2012A1 700 nm  >23 mW
G2012B1 740 nm >15 mW
G2012C1 770 nm >5 mW
G2012D1 800 nm >16 mW
G2012E1 850 nm >21 mW
G2012F1 910 nm >19 mW
G2012G1 980 nm >20 mW

* ±15 nm

Represented output of Ossila LED Light Sources
Normalised spectra of our LED light sources

Related Products

Resources and Support

Choosing a light source for your spectrometer Choosing a Light Source for Your Spectrometer

The light source you will need to use depends on the measurements you are doing.

Choosing a sample holder Choosing a Sample Holder for Spectroscopy

A designated sample holder is one of the most important pieces of equipment you need in spectroscopy.

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