LED light sources by CoolLED

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CoolLED Ltd. (Andover, United Kingdom) has announced the launch of its pE-200 and pE-300 family of LED light sources. These LED products feature even greater intensity, are more compact, and offer greatervalue-for money. Common 2-wavelengths (pE-200) and 3-wavelengths (pE-300) configurations are available. Common Clinical, tissue culture and confocal configurations are now available in the pE-200 and pE-300 range. An intuitive control pod makes On/Off and independent intensity control simple. The units will be available as a direct fit which simply replaces the redundant mercury source.

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NEW Generation of LED illuminators

CoolLED Ltd. has announced the launch of its pE-200 and pE-300 family of LED light sources. These new LED products benefit from even greater intensity, are more compact, and offer greater value-for money. Common 2-wavelengths (pE-200) and 3-wavelengths (pE-300) configurations are available.

These additions to CoolLED’s existing product range offer the user a wide choice of LED illumination to meet individual needs. Common Clinical, Tissue Culture and Confocal configurations are now available in the pE-200 and pE-300 range. An intuitive control pod makes On/Off and independent intensity control simple. The units will be available as a direct fit which simply replaces the redundant mercury source.

With over 5-years’ experience in supplying LED illumination to the Life Sciences community, CoolLED offers products with a proven lifetime of >10,000 hours, which equates to 15-20 years of typical use.
Further options with light-guides or optical fibers will follow in future months.

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CoolLED Limited
www.coolled.com
Tel: +44 (0)1264 323040

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