FREE shipping to on qualifying orders when you spend or more, processed by Ossila BV. All prices ex. VAT. Qualifying orders ship free worldwide! Fast, secure, and backed by the Ossila guarantee. It looks like you are visiting from , click to shop in or change country. Orders to the EU are processed by our EU subsidiary.

It looks like you are using an unsupported browser. You can still place orders by emailing us on, but you may experience issues browsing our website. Please consider upgrading to a modern browser for better security and an improved browsing experience.

Product Code G2011Z1
Price £1,500 ex. VAT

Collection of LED Light Sources to Suit Your Research Needs

Choose from a UV-Vis, infrared, or full set for full flexibility

Overview | Specifications | Gallery | Related Products | Resources and Support

To complete your optical spectroscopy setup, choose from our UV-Vis light source, infrared light source, and full LED light source sets. All three sets have a wide range of wavelengths for a variety of applications.

Each LED device is USB-C powered and designed to be used with the Ossila Optical Spectrometer and our range of optical spectroscopy equipment. Use your LED light sources in a free space arrangement, attached to a transmission holder, or connected with an optical fiber. To keep your workspace organized and measurements accurate, they can be bolted to any standard metric/imperial optical table or optical breadboard plate.


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)
UV-Vis Set 9 light sources, 375 nm – 670 nm
Infrared Set 7 light sources, 700 nm – 980 nm
Full Set 16 light sources, 375 nm – 980 nm

LED light source array
LED light source colours
LED light sources arranged on optical breadboard plate
Large LED light source setup

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.

Return to the top