89 North intros iPhone app for fluorescence imaging light engine

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Designed for configuring the Heliophor pumped phosphor light engine, the Heliophor iPhone app from 89 North (Burlington, VT) contains an extensive spectral database of the most commonly used fluorescence probes as well as customizable filter selections. With the app, users can display a module of interest with a desired filter to determine compatibility, and can search for a desired fluorescent probe and display compatible modules.

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Our Heliophor Web Configuration Tool and Heliophor iPhone App aid in configuring the Heliophor. Each one contains an extensive spectral database of the most commonly used fluorescence probes as well as customizable filter selections. Need to know if your existing filter sets will work with a new module? No problem, display the module of interest with the desired filter and see instantly if they will work together. Want to know if your existing modules will work with a new fluorescence probe? Simply search for the probe you are interested in using and display the modules you have and immediately know if that combination will work.

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Posted by Lee Mather

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