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LED Illumination System

BioPhotonics
Jul 2010
Carl Zeiss Microscopy LLCRequest Info
 
For wide-field fluorescence microscopy applications, Carl Zeiss MicroImaging Inc. has incorporated into its Colibri illumination system high-intensity LEDs in a variety of colors that match the excitation bandwidth of many commonly used fluorescent dyes and proteins. The modular light source system uses specific wavelength windows and up to four LEDs, each individually and instantly controlled by electrical current without mechanical switching devices like filter wheels or shutters. LEDs of different colors can be used in combination, giving users the option of seeing multiple fluorochromes simultaneously or rapidly capturing sequential images of each fluorochrome. For applications requiring higher illumination intensity, or for applications requiring excitation wavelengths not currently supported by existing LED technology, the company offers a combination system that pairs a Colibri with an externally coupled metal halide white-light source.


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