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We are pleased to announce that the Proline 80 series of LED Ring lights has been granted CE approval. CE = Conformité Européene. For those not familiar with CE Marking, it is the a manufacturer’s declaration that the product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety and environmental protection legislation, in […]
The World’s Best Companies rely on us, because we solve lighting problems Our solutions allow a wide range of scientists, engineers, technology professional (and their machines) to ‘see’ better. But lighting is in the midst of a dramatic renaissance – legacy technologies are giving way to LED. The advantages to using LEDs are enormous IF […]
Additional options are now available for the very popular PowerPose LED dual head Spot light.
PLEASANTON, CA, USA, June 2nd, 2016 — TechniQuip Corp has successfully concluded the engineering work required to affix the CE mark to its popular SlimLine 40 LED ring light for microscopes. The CE marking system is vital for all products that are sold in the European market. “Products such as the TechniQuip’s SlimLine 40 LED ring light, are required to […]
Basing your optical component selections on single properties like numerical aperture (N.A.) or fiber diameter can backfire on you. However, you can reduce the probability of potential problems by reviewing real-life data revealing the impact of varied fiber-optic formulations on the transmission of broad-spectrum light. After assessing this post on fiber properties and potential pitfalls […]
Refraction is the change in the direction of a wave due to a change in its transmission medium. Said more simply its why the fork looks bent when it is put into a glass of water.
Optical filters are devices that selectively transmit light of different wavelengths.
Luminous flux is the measure of the perceived power of light. The scale takes into account the sensitivity of the human eye and, as such, differs from radiant flux.
Luminous intensity is a measure of the power emitted by a light source in a particular direction adjusted for human’s sensitivity to certain wavelengths. It differs from radiant intensity which measures total energy in a particular direction.
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