New Light Engines for Bio Analytics : Laser 2000 presents Lumencor

Laser 2000 presents a new line of “light engines” designed to replace traditional light sources in optical instrumentation, in particular for bio analytical applications.

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The Problem : Commercial light sources have significant performance limitations including low power, spectral drift and short lifetimes that are only overcome with large investment. Available light sources can only satisfy some of life science’s requirements. These limitations lead to lower throughput and sensitivity, frequent instrument calibration and high cost of ownership.

The Innovation : Lumencor is leading the life sciences with light engines for bioanalysis. Our optical excitation subsystems are designed for bioanalytical instruments including ?uorescence microscopes. The company has developed innovative, powerful, pure, stable, durable and cost-effective lighting solutions. They provide discrete outputs through the UV-Vis-NIR spectrum from a proprietary mix of independently controllable solid state sources. Lumencor’s products provide the power of an arc lamp with the durability, stability and ?exibility of a solid state solution. Lumencor products are available in OEM and off-the-shelf con?gurations.

The Solution : Lumencor’s products are complete light engines with up to six color outputs. A variety of light source technologies is employed to optimize the output of each color. Light engines provide high power, spectrally pure, stable, and inexpensive light across a broad spectrum. They may be modulated in intensity and wavelength with no external mechanical components making them a “smart” light engine. They are designed to directly replace the entire configuration of light management components with a single, simple unit. Next generation products will fulfill the demand for portable, hand-held analyzers and disposable devices with integrated light sources.

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