LIDA Light Engine®
LIDA light engine is designed to work hand-in-hand with the latest monochrome cameras to generate RGB color transmitted light images with unprecedented sensitivity, spatial resolution, speed and color fidelity.
SPECTRA X Light Engine®
The SPECTRA X light engine affords the end user the ability to exchange single bandpass filters within the light engine and to therefore tailor the output to application-specific requirements.
SOLA Light Engine®
Lumencor offers a bright, solid state white light source as an alternative to traditional mercury-containing arc lamps: the SOLA light engine. SOLAs provide manual (SOLA SM) or electronic (SOLA SE) control options as well as a choice of 365 nm (ultraviolet) or 395 nm (violet) light sources.
MIRA Light Engine®
MIRA light engine is Lumencor’s high performance, bright, solid state illumination subsystem designed for routine, clinical fluorescence applications. MIRA houses multiple, independent light sources and with no fan needed for cooling, it produces no vibrations.
- I want to replace the mercury lamp on my microscope and never have to change bulbs ever again.
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- I’m looking for a solid-state replacement for my tungsten-halogen lamp for transmitted light microscopy.
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- Packaging Guidance for Shipping Light Engines
- Device Drivers for SPECTRA III, CELESTA, & AURA III light engines
- Light BYTES: August 2019 – Learn how Lumencor has supported courses at the Marine Biology Laboratory this year.
- Light BYTES: June 2019 – Read about SPECTRA X light engine applications for optogenetics, immunohistochemical analysis of tumor cell invasion, imaging actin dynamics in mouse hippocampal neurons and correlative light and electron microscopy.