LED systems are interchangeable

Series of interchangeable high-intensity LEDs now includes analog and digital modes in addition to systems with continuously variable output by manual adjustment. Configurations include optics for applications in fluorescence imaging, microscope imaging, high-speed imaging, and photosynthesis research. In the analog mode, the optical output follows the input signal with a user-selectable format, full optical power as much as 400 mW, and speed of 500 kHz.

Mar 29th, 2007

Series of interchangeable high-intensity LEDs now includes analog and digital modes in addition to systems with continuously variable output by manual adjustment. Configurations include optics for applications in fluorescence imaging, microscope imaging, high-speed imaging, and photosynthesis research. In the analog mode, the optical output follows the input signal with a user-selectable format, full optical power as much as 400 mW, and speed of 500 kHz. Short-pulsed, externally triggered digital mode provides short rise- and falltimes (<150 ns) and up to eight times peak optical power. Pulses can be implemented to <120 ns.
Lightspeed Technologies
Campbell, CA, USA
www.light-speed-tech.com

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