Red Wavelength: 650-670 nm LED With Beam Zoom
The Red LED emitter sits at a about 650-670 nm on the Wave Length light spectrum and is a deep visible red light. It is ideal for experimental narrow wavelength investigation techniques and also very useful for general purpose use as it illuminates vividly without over lighting the area and maintains the illusion of a dark moody environment. A fascinating research tool that is also within the spectrum of light highly visible to full spectrum cameras.
We have selected these particular flashlights as they require only one (easy to find) AA battery, unlike many others on the market that use hard to find expensive Ultra-fire style batteries.
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