Fluorescent light sources
A fluorescent light source is a tube containing mercury vapor and lined with a phosphor. When current is passed through the vapor the strong ultraviolet emission excites the phosphor, which emits visible light. The ultraviolet itself cannot emerge because it is absorbed by the glass. Mason Technology in partnership with CoolLED, supply a broad range of LED illumination suitable for hospital and everyday research laboratory environments.
CoolLED’s pE-300white offers intense, broad-spectrum LED illumination for imaging most common fluorescent stains. The pE-300whiteLight Source can...More About pE-300white LED Fluorescent Illuminator
CoolLED’s pE-300ultra is a fluorescence microscopy light source which offers intense, broad-spectrum LED illumination for imaging most common fluor...More About pE-300ultra LED Fluorescent Illuminator