LED ringlight from Unitron fits any stereo microscope

Jan. 27, 2011
The 15854 LED ringlight is manufactured to fit any stereo microscope and is suited to observe circuit boards and electronic and highly reflective specimens.

The 15854 LED ringlight is manufactured to fit any stereo microscope and is suited to observe circuit boards and electronic and highly reflective specimens. Features include 72 LED bulbs with 10-step variable intensity light control, 60.5 mm inner diameter, sectional lighting control, color temperature of 6400 K, and a lamp life of 10,000 hours.
Unitron
Commack, NY

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UNITRON’S New LED Quadrant Ring Light

Commack, NY: UNITRON Ltd. is proud to announce the introduction of its new 15854 LED Ring Light. Manufactured to fit any stereo microscope, they are ideal for observing circuit board, electronic and highly reflective specimens.

Designed for the cost-conscious consumer, these light sources offer tremendous value as users transition away from older fluorescent and halogen light sources.

Features include:

  • 72 LED bulbs with 10 step variable intensity light control
  • Sectional lighting control; allows users to direct the light from 4 separate quadrants
  • 60.5mm inner diameter
  • Color Temperature: 6400 Kelvin
  • Lamp life: 10,000 hours
  • Power supply: AC 90—265v, 50/60Hz
  • Output: 12v 400mA
  • RoHS and CE compliant; ESD safe.

UNITRON specializes in high quality, precision instruments for industrial, clinical, life science, research and educational applications. Since 1952 UNITRON’s microscopes and related optical accessories have been consistently used and trusted worldwide in companies such as Intel, BAE Systems, ITT, GE, Williams Co., DuPont, Boeing, 3M, Alcoa, MIT, Raytheon, Sony, Texas Instruments, iRobot, Northrop Grumman, United Technologies, and the Mayo Clinic. Manufactured and assembled to the strictest quality standards, our products are available exclusively through a nationwide network of authorized distributors.

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