Luminance approx. 120,000 cd/m2, for densities up to D = 4.1* as per EN 25 580.

General technical data are very similar to the Wilnosol H “Langfeld” (Li.-No. 20 08 02) film viewing unit, but it is equipped with a single sheet special heat filter and an acryl glass scattering screen.

By these variations the Wilnosol “Langfeld-S” offers an improved heat protection (see Li.-No. 20 06 62 and comment) and a three times higher luminosity, compared to the Wilnosol H “Langfeld”.

  • Illuminated area 8.5 x 45 cm.
  • Twin cooling fans for continuous operation,
  • Heat filters,
  • Foot switch,
  • Switchable to foot switch mode or continuous light mode,
  • Infinitely variable electronic luminosity control
  • Adjustable background luminosity in foot switch mode,
  • Complete with mask for 6 cm wide films.
  • Complete With 10 halogen lamps

24V / 150W (Li.-No. 20 06 11), for connection to 230 V AC**


* Sometimes claims are made with regard to similar equipment, whereby the viewable film density is quoted as being D = 1 (or more) higher than the density values listed here which comply with EN 25 5280 and others.

** Some of the units described on this page are also available for mains-supply versions other than 230 V/50 Hz. We will be pleased to send you further information and a quotation on enquiry.

*** On behalf of the high switching frequency in film viewing units, there are existing differences in the suitability for some halogen lamps. We deliver only lamp types which have been tested by us.

**** According to EN 25 580, ISO 5580, and ASTM E 1390-90, a radiograph with D = 2,0 must not be damaged by a one minute viewing period after the unit has been used for a total of one hour with 50 % switch-on time, with 15 seconds full light periods each time, at an environmental temperature of 20°C. Already in the standard version WILNOS film viewing units are much more better than claimed above.