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lumencor light for life sciences


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NEW SPECTRA LIGHT ENGINE® Hybrid Light Sources


• Eight independent, solid-state light sources spectrally optimized to excite DAPI, CFP, GFP, YFP, Cy3, mCherry, Cy5 and Cy7


THE NEXT GENERATION COMES TO LIGHT


LUMENCOR RETAINS BEST-IN-CLASS OUTPUTS


Our solid-state illuminators for light microscopy, optogenetics and high brightness applications like spinning disk confocal microscopy are now even better. Lumencor’s patented, proprietary light pipe technology contributes to the brightest, most stable outputs in the life sciences. Lumencor continues to deliver the spectral content, optical power and precise control needed for your most demanding applications.


• On the order of 0.5 Watt optical power per color band out of a standard 3mm diameter liquid light guide


• Filtered excitation outputs, well-matched to industry standard dichroics and emission filters


NEW CELESTA LIGHT ENGINE® All-Laser Light Output


• Seven independent, solid-state lasers for UV, VIS and nIR excitation


• As much as 1 Watt optical power per color channel out of a standard 3mm diameter liquid light guide


• Optical power stabilization for exceptional reproducibility and quantitation


As with all Lumencor products, OEM customization is available upon request. LEARN MORE AT Lumencor.com


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