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Lamps and Light Sources

wLS LED Light Source for Easy Fluorescence Imaging

May 7, 2015 6:30 pm | QImaging | Products

The wLS broad-band LED illumination unit is designed to provide a long-life alternative to traditional Mercury and Mercury Metal Halide fluorescence excitation sources. LED excitation provides many advantages over traditional fluorescence light sources, most notably eliminating one source of toxic Mercury from the lab. It also lowers operating cost with its 25,000 hour LED lifetime, which consumes 80% less energy. A control handset is included and upgrading an existing microscope is easy because the wLS supports a comprehensive range of microscope adapters.

LISTED UNDER: CCD | Digital and High Resolution | EMCCD

UV LED Light Engines

December 30, 2013 1:08 pm | Product Releases | Comments

Innovations in Optics, Inc. has introduced a full product line of LumiBright UV LE Ultraviolet LED (light-emitting diode) light engines. The versatile and powerful solid-state sources are ideal for ultraviolet (UV) applications in life science, medical, and industrial equipment.

LISTED UNDER: Fiber Optics Illuminators | Lamps and Light Sources

Krypton Light Source for Vis-NIR Applications

November 16, 2012 10:16 am | Product Releases | Comments

Ocean Optics has introduced the ecoVis, a compact, low-voltage light source (400 to 2,500 nm) with a built-in cuvette holder suitable for basic laboratory measurements. The light source has a rugged solid alloy housing that helps to dissipate heat and in-line fiber ports for absorbance and fluorescence measurements.

LISTED UNDER: Lamps and Light Sources | Light Sources | Spectrometry/Spectroscopy

Monochromated Electron Source

September 26, 2012 4:06 am | Product Releases | Comments

FEI Company has added its UniColore (UC) monochromated electron source to its Versa3D DaulBeam system. UC technology improves the DualBeam's ability to image fine surface detail at low accelerating voltages without compromising its analytical performance at high voltages and beam currents.

LISTED UNDER: Lamps and Light Sources | Microscopes, Optics, Image Analysis, Lasers, Cameras
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