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Ringlight

Photonics.com
May 2011
LATABRequest Info
 
VÄLLINGBY, Sweden, May 19, 2011 — Latab has presented a new ringlight that can easily be fitted directly to the lens filter thread using a lens adapter. This avoids the light head having to be mounted individually, while retaining optimal positioning relative to the object. Various adapters allow it to be fitted to all lenses with a thread of a diameter of 30 mm or less.

The outer diameter of the ringlight is 44 mm. It can be used as a permanent light or as a stroboscope with a proprietary controller. It can be controlled manually using analog control signals, RS-232 or Ethernet. It also can be controlled using controllers made by other suppliers.

The ringlight is available in red, white, green, blue, ultraviolet and infrared.


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GLOSSARY
analog
A physical variable that is proportionally similar to another variable over a specified range. An analog recording contains data that is similar to the source.
ringlight
A circular lamp or bundles of optical fibers placed around the perimeter of an objective lens to illuminate the object field below it.
stroboscope
A device that produces brief flashes of light for observing the behavior of an object during a short interval. One of the most effective means for accomplishing this is a gaseous tube energized by the discharge of an electrical condenser. Flashes as short as one microsecond have been produced in this fashion.
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