Fiber coupled ultra high power green LED light source

Date Announced: 02 Sep 2010

Prizmatix Ltd recently released a new Fiber Coupled Ultra High Power LED-520nm (in addition to previously announced Ultra High Power Fiber Coupled LED-420nm); it provides almost x10 increase of power in comparison with similar High Power LED devices. The Ultra High Brightness LED is an effective replacement of lasers and lamps in many power demanding applications, such as fluorescence microscopy, machine vision, chemical reaction activation and numerous others. The LED head provides more than 100 mW of CW power at fiber output. The LED driver supports CW or pulsed operation.

Features:
Ultra High Power fiber coupled LED
Speckle free
TTL external modulation
Excellent for fluorescence excitation
LED spectrum can be narrowed by optional band pass filter installed inside the head.
Reciprocal SMA, FC or ST fiber connection
Precisely adjustable power
Long life (no lamp or laser tube replacement required)

Optical Specifications

Wavelength nm 520
Wavelength range nm ±5
Spectrum half width nm 36
Polarization Random
Optical output connector SMA, FC, ST

Rapid warm up time

Applications:
Machine Vision
Fluorescence microscopy and imaging (Alexa Fluor 514, Cy3, SNAFL®, SNARF®,
FM 4-64)
Fluorescence spectroscopy
Photo activation (PA)
Fluorescence recovery after photo bleach (FRAP)
Bio analysis
Component testing

Power output from fiber:
UHP-Black-LED power output is limited by the reciprocal fiber characteristics. Larger core and higher NA will increase maximum power output, and vice versa

Benchtop LED Current Controller Specifications Features:
Constant current or chopping modes
Precise LED current setting by 10 turn dial
TTL external trigger input
Compact and robust enclosure

Optional Accessories:
Fiber Patch Cords
Collimator
Fiber Bundles
Special Bundles

Contact
Prizmatix Ltd. 16 Or-Hahaim st., POB - 4234 Modiin Ilite 71919, Israel Phone: +972-8-929-7844 Fax: +972-8-929-8772

E-mail:sales@prizmatix.com

Web Site:www.prizmatix.com

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