Fluorescence imaging just got easier

PhotoFluor LM-75 light source that mounts directly onto your microscope.

By | May 1, 2014

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The LM-75 is the first metal-halide light source that mounts directly onto your microscope, just like the microscope was designed. No liquid light guides to deal with, which means

  • No light loss; high-power at the sample from a smaller lamp
  • No replacing of light guide as it ages or gets damaged
  • No bench space taken up by your light source or controller

Instead, you get:

  • Long lamp life with ultra-stable light flux
  • Pre-aligned lamp - no need to align anything
  • Full spectrum with strong UV output

You get all this in a small package with no footprint. And after a long day in a small microscope room, we think you'll appreciate how quiet it is.

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89 NORTH PhotoFluor LM-75

image of: 89 NORTH PhotoFluor LM-75

No Liquid Light Guide Required

Depth181mm
Height191mm
Power Requirements100-250V AC
Weight4lbs
Width170mm

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