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LED Light SourceThe ColdVision MC-LS LED light source from SCHOTT AG combines a maximum light output of 850 lm with easy operation in a compact housing.

Features such as a USB port and legacy analog inputs enable the light source to be controlled remotely. Compatibility with all SCHOTT ColdVision series light guides ensures homogeneous illumination and a wide range of applications. A stable light output, constant color temperature of 5400 K, 60-W low energy consumption, and service life of 50,000 maintenance-free operating hours save operational costs while reducing downtime. The brightness of the LED source can be continuously dimmed via a potentiometer.

In addition to a nine-pin connector for analog control, an integrated USB port and RS232 interface provide accurate and digital remote control of the MC-LS.


BioPhotonics
Mar/Apr 2021
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