LED Hyperspectral Lighting

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LES ULIS, France, Nov. 27, 2019 — LED Hyperspectral LightingThe HSI range of LED hyperspectral lighting from EFFILUX SAS offers a tunable continuous spectrum from 400 to 900 nm, which can be easily integrated into a wide variety of lighting for machine vision and scientific imaging.

A tunable, single LED illumination source stays highly consistent across the spectrum to overcome the limitations of halogen and multiple narrow-band, LED-based hyperspectral lighting solutions. Its point source design provides spatial and spectral uniformity without wavelength-dependent angular absorption effects. The hyperspectral LED can be strobed if required, and multiple LEDs can be mounted on a single printed circuit board if increased output intensity is needed for high-power applications.

The spectrum can be tuned within the available spectral range in order to tailor the light output to specific application requirements, making it an ideal solution for multi-spectral imaging. Uses include optical sorting and quality control systems, biotech and microscopy systems, security and counterfeit detection, waste sorting and recycling, and medical imaging and diagnostics, among others.

Published: November 2019
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