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High-Power LED Light UnitThe PhotoSyn LED light unit is a photochemical energy source to promote reactions using Uniqsis's FlowSyn flow chemistry systems. Using this device with a FlowSyn system, labs can synthesize from lab scale (milligrams) to production scale (hundreds of grams) amounts of desired target compounds.

By eliminating the control, scale-up, and safety problems associated with traditional batch photochemistry, PhotoSyn enables synthetic chemists to routinely take full advantage of the many benefits offered by photochemistry. The system uses a pair of enclosed LED arrays to concentrate the light inward onto a central coil reactor. Each array is composed of 260 individual 1-W blue LEDs, making the unit particularly suitable for photoredox applications. These large-format arrays provide sufficient light to facilitate reactions in coil reactors, allowing work at larger scale. 

The variable power supply allows the power output to be adjusted from 10 to 100 percent, making the unit suitable for both small-scale R&D and scale-up applications.

Jul/Aug 2018

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