89 North pumped phosphor light engine for fluorescence imaging

Nov. 25, 2010
The Heliophor pumped phosphor light engine from 89 North for quantitative fluorescence imaging applications features six user-exchangeable wavelength modules, which deliver up to ~500 mW per channel.

The Heliophor pumped phosphor light engine from 89 North (Burlington, VT) for quantitative fluorescence imaging applications features six user-exchangeable wavelength modules, which deliver up to ~500 mW per channel. It features advanced triggering and control capabilities, including the ability to upload macros, and <10 μs rise and fall times for high-speed digital control.

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