LED light engines for fluorescence imaging by Innovations in Optics

LumiBright LE LED light engines for fluorescence imaging by Innovations in Optics

LumiBright LE LED light engines from Innovations in Optics (Woburn, MA) have use as excitation illuminators for large field-of-view fluorescence imaging, such as in used in gel & Western blot documentation systems, real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) thermocyclers, automated colony counters, chlorophyll fluorescence imagers, low-density microarray analyzers, and small-animal, in vivo fluorescence imaging systems. Features include patented non-imaging optics that direct LED light into a desired cone angle for uniform output angularly and spatially, two standard far-field half-angles at 20 and 40 degrees, and peak LED wavelengths from 365 to 970 nm.

For more information, please visit www.innovationsinoptics.com.

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