Regular base price (FOB Vancouver, B.C., CANADA): US$ 200.00
For GL Gem Spectrometer (2015 model and newer) ONLY
Shipping: FedEx special package (due to Lithium batteries) US$ 60 within North America (Canada and Continental USA). Outside North America US$ 120 - 200 will be added to purchase price.
Due to new regulations for shipments containing Lithium batteries we are unable to ship to certain countries such as EU. Please contact us for further information.
This combo contains the GL Xenon Flashlight and the GL Analyzer PL405 kit without Long Wave Pass Filter (LWPF).
Please contact us and/or indicate if you have a spectrometer prior to model 2014 (2011 - 13); we will add the required filter.
The GL Analyzer PL405 kit converts your GL Gem Spectrometer (2015) into a "poor man's version" of a PL spectrometer as found in the GL Gem Raman PL532 or the new GL Gem Spectrometer NIR PL405. The results for obtaining luminescence spectra from ruby, sapphire, emerald, spinel, alexandrite, etc. are very good.
The GL Gem Spectrometer in PL mode (PL spectroscopy) can be used to identify gems and minerals by their chromophores; there is also great potential for diamond characterization. It will detect the GR1 center for irradiated diamonds and the Si center often seen in CVD grown diamonds (in some cases without LN cooling) and polymer treatment in jadeite.
The GL Analyzer PL405/Xenon Flashlight Combo Kit contains:
- Low cost 50 mW blue laser (405), Class 2
- Tripod stand to position laser
- GL Xenon Flashlight
- 2x 16340 Lithium batteries with charger or power supply (120 - 240 V)
- 5 V USB charging, no power adapter included
- Laser Safety Goggles for 190 nm - 550 nm, OD+6, VLPR >65%, CE certified
- Instructions for setup and use of the kit
This kit can also be used with a LW UV LED (365nm) flashlight such as Nichia, Engin or similar high quality LEDs; mercury-vapor SW and LW lamps are not recommended.
The GL Halogen Flashlight is an ideal external light source as it has a similar emission curve as the built-in halogen light bulb in the GL Gem Light Holder.
For your own protection always use laser safety goggles when operating any type of laser equipment.