LEDs for scientific testing

Bluebox Optics Launches New LED Module Light Source for Fluorescence Microscopy

Bluebox Optics launches niji LED module for fluorescence microscopy.

Bluebox Optics, a private company that makes scientific test and measurement equipment based in Huntingdon, UK, has introduced what appears to be their flagship product, the niji module LED light source for fluorescence microscopy. The system features up to seven LED channels to provide powerful, multi-wavelength excitation with emission ranging …

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Laser Components Producing and Offering LG Innotek High-Power UV LEDs

Laser Components GmbH produces and offers LG Innotek's UV-B LEDs including this four-chip model.

South Korean firm LG Innotek reports that the German-based private company Laser Components GmbH, its production partner now produces and offers LG Innotek’s 305 nm UVB wavelength LEDs that achieve 110 mW from a single emitter. Laser Components uses these UVB LEDs in the 6060 single-chip series as well as …

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Excelitas to Debut X-Cite XYLIS Fluorescence Microscopy Light Source with LaserLED Hybrid Drive Technology

Excelitas Technologies® Corp. of Waltham, Massachusetts USA, introduced the X-Cite® XYLIS light source for fluorescence microscopy. The new X-Cite XYLIS features the company’s patented LaserLED Hybrid Drive®. According to Excelitas, the fluorescence microscopy light source offers an intense, broad-spectrum output from 360-750nm. The company says that this extended spectrum can …

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Osram Opto Launches Broadband Infrared LED in Anticipation of Smartphone-based Spectroscopy

Osram Opto Semiconductors has developed a broadband infrared LED. The IRED utilizes converter technology to emit broadband infrared light in a wavelength range from 650 to 1,050 nanometers (nm). The company has one unique primary application in mind for such an IR LED, near-infrared spectroscopy, such as analyzing food to …

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