Optimal Lighting Design Boosts Efficiency of Medical Diagnostic Instruments

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Author: Joerg Warrelmann
Monday, October 1, 2018

When it comes to clinical diagnoses, light is the key to prediction accuracy and to making progress in analytical quality. However, light is not always simply light. “What really makes the difference is a light source with long-term stability – one that delivers the same light in the required wavelength,” explains Jörg Warrelmann, Director Sales Medical Europe at SCHOTT. Many analytical instruments are practically in use 24 hours a day. The latest LED lighting systems remain stable after 30,000 hours in operation. Nevertheless, one problem remains. Based on their age and other operating factors, the light intensity of LEDs changes over time.

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