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  • LED Cold Light Source Provides Solutions to Microscopy Challenges
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LED Cold Light Source Provides Solutions to Microscopy Challenges

Feb 05 2019 Read 985 Times

The KL 2500 LED from Schott is the performance leader of cold light sources in the KL series. Due to its high light output, the brightness is equivalent to a 250-watt halogen lamp, and with its special features it complies with advanced requirements in life science and industrial applications for both stereo microscopy and macroscopy.

The KL 2500 LED combines all advantages of LED light with the advantages of illumination through fibre optics. It enables the full flexibility to realise all common illumination techniques. Together with the KL 300 LED, the KL 1600 LED and the KL 1500 Halogen from Schott the cold light sources portfolio provides solutions to the wide scope of challenges in microscopy. A vast selection of accessories (ringlights, goosenecks, filters) further enhances the performance. Schott is an international technology group with more than 130 years of experience in optical products.

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