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Modular XBAR Lighting Systems

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MUNICH, Oct. 9, 2012 — The XBAR series linear lighting systems from Laser 2000 GmbH offer bright and homogeneous illumination with a wide range of adaptation options for individual applications.

A consistent supply of 24 V on M12 connectors and a standardized mounting groove offer ready-to-use interfaces for the system.

The modular XBAR systems offer the necessary options for individual applications at wavelengths from 405 to 850 nm, with different opening angles, lengths and diffusers.

Proper lighting provides the necessary variety for image processing and facilitates mechanical and electrical integration.
Oct 2012

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