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Pro-Lite Technology will be showcasing at Photonex London the new Spectra Tec X, multi-laser illumination source and Specbos spectroradio meter for radiance and spectral irradiance.

Designed for Life Science Instrumentation where precision, stability and reliability are of critical importance, the Spectra Tec X never needs alignment, uses only fibre technology and consists of two, three and four polarized multi-laser source modules, each individually driven. Laser wavelengths include Violet, Blue, Green, Red and IR (405nm to 980m).

Each laser is individually temperature controlled to ensure that the best laser stability, noise and lifetime are delivered. Accurate and detailed instrument performance is then provided using a multi-wavelength feedback collimation system.

Pro-Lite will also launch the Specbos spectroradiometer from JETI at Photonex 2013. The Specbos is a versatile, miniaturised spectroradiometer that has the ability to measure both spectral radiance and spectral irradiance in one instrument . Specbos models provide for measurements in the 250-1000nm range, with specialist versions available for flash photometry and average LED intensity in accordance with CIE 127:2007. There are also Specbos options configured for measuring the reflected colour of materials. Pro-Lite’s technical focus is in lasers, light measurement and testing the optical properties of materials. They also supply opto-mechanics, spectrometers, carbon fibre breadboards, solar simulators, optical software tools along with measurement services and training courses.

Visit Pro-Lite on Stand S19 for more information about the Spectra Tec X, Specbos models and Pro-Lite’s wide range of photonics components, instruments and equipment.

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