An inspection light is an important component of industrial, domestic and medical inspection setups. For better inspection of your equipment and products, buy a light that gives proper illumination for a required time duration.
You can buy either a LED (light emitting diode) or a halogen light depending on your inspection light requirement. A LED is a cost effective illuminating device for small-scale applications such as laboratory testing, whereas a halogen light provides high intensity light for applications such as mining or foundry works.
Some important parameters you must consider before purchasing an inspection light are:
- Required intensity of light (in lux)
- Power consumption of the inspection light
- Average life hours specified by inspection light suppliers
- Current and voltage rating for the inspection light
- Weight of the inspection light
Buy an inspection light from an inspection lighting manufacturerOnce you understand your inspection lighting requirements, evaluate different inspection lights available in the market.
Buy an inspection light from distributors or retailersYou can compare different inspection lamps, their features and prices before you select an inspection light that matches your inspection light requirement. You can also ask for a discount if you order in bulk.
Buy a specialty or customized inspection lightBuy a customized inspection light if standard products available in the market do not match your requirements. You can buy an inspection light designed for specific purposes. For example, some manufacturers provide inspection lights that are suitable for leak detection equipment.
Microscopes USA offers cold illumination halogen fiber optic systems for microscopic inspections. Syntec provides inspection lights with high intensity brightness of about 500,000 lux. General Manufacturing supplies inspection lights that are useful for leak detection setups.
- Contact an inspection lighting consultant for selecting an appropriate inspection light for extreme operating temperatures and inflammable environmental conditions.