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New High Brightness White Light Fibre Coupled Light Source from Prizmatix

The HB-FC-White high-brightness fibre-coupled light sources from Prizmatix are designed especially for OEM illumination applications in life science instrumentation, machine vision.

The HB-FC-White is a self-contained light source that includes all the necessary driver electronics and a thermal management system – no special controller box is required to operate the unit if used at the preset power.

  • Single chip long-life LED
  • High brightness cool-white light
  • High power from a small core fibre
  • Isolated TTL and analogue input
  • Optional fast TTL switching (200 ns)
  • Low optical noise
  • Optional remote control
  • Optional USB or RS-232 control
  • For OEMS:
    • Simple integration
    • I²C remote control protocol

Typical optical power from distal end of 1 m fibre:

Fibre Type Fibre Core Fibre NA Output Power
Polymer 1000 µm 0.63 460 mW
Polymer 500 µm 0.63 245 mW
Glass 250 µm 0.66 110 mW
Silica 50 µm 0.2 0.5 mW

For more information, please contact us.


Photonex Visitors Focus On Elliot Scientific

Elliot Scientific's stand at Photonex 2011

Elliot Scientific's stand at Photonex 2011Elliot Scientific’s exhibition team were pleased to meet a variety of visitors from the UK and abroad over the past two days at Photonex – the UK’s premier exhibition and conference on all things related to light and optics.  Held at the Ricoh Arena, inside Coventry City’s football ground, the hall was filled with leading figures from research and industry, and the best technologies the UK has to offer in the fields of  photonics, machine vision and vacuum.

We would like to thank all the people who came to Stand B10 to discuss how Elliot Scientific could aid their application or research project, see our equipment demonstrations, or who just stopped by for a chat. We hope we have helped you in some way and look forward to seeing you again next year.

The 21st Photonex will return in October 2012 at the same venue.