Light Engine

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89 North, a subsidiary of Chroma Technology Corp., has launched the Heliophor, a pumped phosphor-based light engine designed for a wide range of quantitative fluorescence imaging applications. It features six user-exchangeable, high-intensity wavelength modules chosen from nine available. With advanced triggering and control, including the ability to upload macros, the light engine enables rapid, multidimensional imaging. It combines high output power, rapid switching times and submillisecond digital shuttering to enable high-speed, live-cell imaging. It has a liquid lightguide and flexible control architecture to quickly integrate into experimental setups. Besides flexible control architecture, the Heliophor offers user-interchangeable physical components, including LED modules, optical filters and dichroics.

Published: December 2010
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