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Fiber-Coupled LED Light Sources

Combi-LED with Single Fiber or Lightguide Output:

Multi-Wavelength high brightness and high power LEDs combined to a single fiber or lightguide. Customer can choose from wide range of wavelengths from Deep UV, UV, Visible to NIR. Many control options are available.

High Power Fiber-Coupled LEDs

High Power fiber-coupled LED light source modules (Silver-LED) are excellent replacement of lasers in applications such as Spectroscopy, Optogenetics, Cross linking and many others. Silver-LED is available in numerous wavelengths from UV to NIR.

Multiwavelength Fiber-Coupled LEDs

Multi-wavelength Fiber-Coupled LEDs offer two or more High Power LED mix in a single device. Each channel of the multi-wavelength LED light source has independent control and high current driver.

High Brightness Fiber-Coupled White Light Source

The High Brightness Fiber Coupled HB-FC-White light source provides high power White light even from very thin fibers. The fiber coupled light source is fully integrated module built specially for OEM applications that require Cold White spectrum.

High Power Fiber Coupled White LED for Vacuum Chamber Illumination

The High Power Fiber-Coupled Vacuum-FC-LED-White light source provides excellent illumination in places with limited access like vacuum chamber lighting.

Wideband Visible Fiber-Coupled LED for Spectroscopy

Fiber-Coupled LED (FC-BBW-LED) features wide emission spectrum from 400nm to 700nm. This wide spectrum is excellent for various reflection and transmission spectroscopy applications as well as color measurements.

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Some Research Papers with Reference to Prizmatix's Fiber-Coupled LEDs

Title: A novel histochemical method for the visualization of thrombin activity in the nervous system

Title: Coupled UV–Vis/FT–NIR Spectroscopy for Kinetic Analysis of Multiple Reaction Steps in Polymerizations

Title: Mechanochemically synthesized m-BiVO4 nanoparticles for visible light photocatalysis