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Phosphorescence Measurements

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Horiba Scientific has launched long-pulsed LEDs for phosphorescence measurements from the deep-UV to the near-IR. Applications include those related to lanthanide luminescence, and protein or security ink phosphorescence.

The SpectraLEDs series offers many new wavelengths, with repetition rates from 0.1 Hz to >2.5 kHz and proprietary DeltaHub electronics. Each plug-and-play source contains built-in adjustable aspheric collection optics and bayonet mounting.

The LEDs’ lack of afterglow and software-controlled pulse duration permit easier interpretation of microsecond lifetimes compared with a xenon flashlamp.

The devices are mechanically and optically interchangeable with the company’s NanoLED and DeltaDiode sources.  

Jun 2014

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