Stereo microscopy lamp from Schott

Aug. 30, 2008
The EasyLED Ringlight Plus stereo microscopy lamp from Schott's Fiber Optics Division (San Francisco, CA), a low energy consuming solution, contains 48 high brightness neutral white (5,600 K) LEDs and features an innovative "jog dial" wheel for convenient and intuitive operation. It comes with an integrated controller and can be mounted directly to the microscope.

The EasyLED Ringlight Plus stereo microscopy lamp from Schott's Fiber Optics Division (San Francisco, CA) is a low energy consuming solution. It comes with an integrated controller and can be mounted directly to the microscope. This saves space on the workbench and allows for ergonomic operation, because all levers needed are part of the microscope stand. There is no need to remove eyes from eyepieces while working.

The EasyLED Ringlight Plus contains 48 high brightness neutral white (5,600 K) LEDs and features an innovative "jog dial" wheel for convenient and intuitive operation. The ring-lights can be directly attached to lenses and operate over a wide range of working distances (from 50 to 130 mm). Segment-able ring-lights can emulate various fiber optic geometries like continuous ring, double gooseneck or linelights. Images produced by the EasyLED Ringlight Plus possess excellent color fidelity and are well-suited for use with digital cameras. All units offer a universal power supply (100-240 V) and use direct current to make the EasyLED Ringlight Plus absolutely flicker-free. Separate dimming and on/off switches keep light level settings consistent use after use.

Fan-less design makes the EasyLED Ringlight Plus quiet, vibration-free, and suitable for both clean room and rougher laboratory or industrial environments. The product has a lifetime of 30,000 hours, saving both energy as well as the cost of replacing halogen bulbs. A suite of accessories, including adaptors, polarizers, protection glasses and diffusers, make EasyLED Ringlight Plus suitable for any stereo microscope.

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