- Full Line of UV, VIS, and IR LEDs
- Single Color, Tri-Color, and White LEDs Available
- Glass Lenses and Parabolic Reflectors Provide Increased Intensity in the Forward Direction
LEDs are compact, energy efficient light sources that are available with or without beam shaping optics. General information that allows for a quick comparison of the available LEDs can be found in the tables below, while the complete set of specifications and spectrum of a particular LED can be viewed by clicking on the red "Documents Icon" next to the item number and then opening the Spec Sheet link. The following LEDs are sold in packages of five: LED465E (465 nm), LED525E (525 nm), LED528EHP (525 nm), LED591E (590 nm), LED630E (639 nm), LED780E (780 nm), LED870E (870 nm), LED940E (940 nm), and LEDRGBE (620/515/480 nm).
Because the LEDs shown here have significant divergence, the output light frequently needs to be focused in order to send it to experimental setups. For our unmounted LEDs in the 400 - 1600 nm spectral range, we generally recommend our family of Aspheric Condenser Lenses, which make the output less divergent and are available uncoated or AR coated. Our LEDs in the 1600 - 4600 nm spectral range feature parabolic reflectors that reduce the divergence angle. To focus the output of our UV LEDs or to discuss other options, please contact Technical Support.
Thorlabs also manufactures Collimated Mounted LEDs and collimated LEDs for microscopes.
|If you do not see the an LED with the wavelength/color desired, please contact Technical Support, and we will endeavor to obtain one for you and consider adding it to our permanent offerings.|