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Prizmatix Ltd. has introduced the UHP-T-LED ultrahigh-power white LED with >4 W of collimated white light for scientific and industrial applications.

It can replace mercury or xenon lamps in power-demanding applications such as fluorescence microscopy and machine vision.

The benefits for researchers and managers of imaging labs are fast rise/fall times, no warm-up and long life.

The LED delivers a >60% increase in power over previous versions. Adapters are available for all major microscopes, including Olympus, Nikon, Zeiss and Leica, as well as for fiber optic and liquid lightguides.

It is compatible with the Prizmatix OptiBlock system, enabling it to be combined with other LED modules, including UV LEDs, using beam combiner modules and a range of accessories such as fiber couplers and filter wheels. The output can be free-space or coupled to optical fibers or liquid lightguides.

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Photonics Spectra
Mar 2013

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