UNIVERSITY | Illumination Solutions

UNIVERSITY | Illumination Solutions

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Choosing the right illumination is essential with stereo microscopy and is mostly determined by the transparency of the object

With non transparent objects, an incident or epi-illumination will be used. An incident illumination can be coaxial or under a certain angle. With transparent or partial transparent objects, a transmitted or diascopic illumination can be used. Sometimes, using both incident and transmitted illumination at the same time can give better results in order to reveal some details

Euromex offers different cold light sources, halogen and/or LED, ring lights and fluorescent illumination solutions

LE.5211 Cold light source LE.5211 Cold light source
  • Professional cold light source
  • For Materials Science and stereo microscopy
  • Halogen 150 W or 30 W PowerLED
  • Built-in forced air cooling
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LE.5212 illumination station LE.5212 illumination station
  • Professional base station with various LED cold light sources
  • For Materials Science and stereo microscopy
  • Four independent and autonomous illuminators
  • Complete illumination solution in one station
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LE.1980-LE.1981 Ring light source LE.1980-LE.1981 Ring light source
  • Professional ring light source
  • 48 LEDs with adjustable intensity
  • Metal construction
  • Illuminance 17.000 Lux at 100 mm
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LE.5210 Cold light source LE.5210 Cold light source
  • Multifunctional cold light source
  • 100 W Halogen version
  • Built-in forced air cooling
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LE.5209 Cold light source LE.5209 Cold light source
  • Compact cold light source source
  • For Materials Science and stereo microscopy
  • Halogen 20 W
  • With Ø 6 mm fibre light conductor
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LE.5207 Light source LE.5207 Light source
  • Economical and compact light source
  • for life and materials sciences, various industrial applications and for stereo microscopy
  • With two self-sustaining 3W gooseneck arms
  • Available with white light spectrum and three monochromatic wavelengths
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LE.1973 Ring light source LE.1973 Ring light source
  • High-power LED ring light
  • 144 LEDs with adjustable intensity
  • 4 Segment illumination
  • Illuminance 23,000 Lux at 100 mm
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LE.1974 Ring light source LE.1974 Ring light source
  • Mid-level ring LED light source
  • 72 LEDs with adjustable intensity
  • 4 Segment illumination
  • Illuminance 21.000 Lux at 100 mm
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LE.1990-LE.1991 Ring light source LE.1990-LE.1991 Ring light source
  • Professional ring light source
  • 72 LEDs with adjustable intensity
  • Analog or digital controller
  • Illuminance 21.000 Lux at 100 mm
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LE.1863 Ring light source (fluorescent light) LE.1863 Ring light source (fluorescent light)
  • Fluorescent ring light source
  • For ZE series stereomicroscopes
  • Integrated 240 Vac power supply
  • Low heat production
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