White Light Module With 500 mW Outperforms LED Light Sources | Quality Digest

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Quality Digest Bio Innovation White Light Module With 500 mW Outperforms LED Light Sources For endoscopes, microscopes, and systems where bright light is required in a confined space Published: Monday, January 9, 2023 - 12:00 Comment Rss Send Article (Must Login) Print Author Archive (LASER COMPONENTS: Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg,  Germany) -- The LS-WL1 white light module provided by LASER COMPONENTS has an output power of more than 500 mW at the fiber end (core diameter: 1 mm; NA = 0.5). The light is generated by a laser-pumped white light source. The dot-shaped illuminated area generated there has a diameter of just 350 μm and achieves a luminance of 1000 Mcd/m². It outperforms not only white LED light sources but also fiber-coupled laser plasma light sources. The small beam diameter allows coupling with low loss into multimode fibers with core diameters between 50 μm and 1 mm. The LS-WL1 is equipped with an integrated cooling system that guarantees high power stability even with long running times. The factory setting of the control electronics provides for four functional modes: CW, strobe, pulse triggering, and modulation. Control devices such as computers and tablets can be connected via a mini-USB interface, allowing the LS-WL1 to be controlled via the LABVIEW interface, for example. The module is primarily designed as a light source for endoscopes, microscopes, and other systems in which particularly bright light is required in a confined space. Quality Digest does not charge readers for its content. We believe that industry news is important for you to do your job, and Quality Digest supports businesses of all types. However, someone has to pay for this content. And that’s where advertising comes in. Most people consider ads a nuisance, but they do serve a useful function besides allowing media companies to stay afloat. They keep you aware of new products and services relevant to your industry. All ads in Quality Digest apply directly to products and services that most of our readers need. You won’t see automobile or health supplement ads. Our PROMISE: Quality Digest only displays static ads that never overlay or cover up content. They never get in your way. They are there for you to read, or not. So please consider turning off your ad blocker for our site. Thanks, Quality Digest Discuss ( 0 ) Hide Comments Comment About The Author Quality Digest For 40 years Quality Digest has been the go-to source for all things quality. Our newsletter, Quality Digest, shares expert commentary and relevant industry resources to assist our readers in their quest for continuous improvement. Our website includes every column and article from the newsletter since May 2009 as well as back issues of Quality Digest magazine to August 1995. We are committed to promoting a view wherein quality is not a niche, but an integral part of every phase of manufacturing and services.

(LASER COMPONENTS: Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg,  Germany) -- The LS-WL1 white light module provided by LASER COMPONENTS has an output power of more than 500 mW at the fiber end (core diameter: 1 mm; NA = 0.5). The light is generated by a laser-pumped white light source. The dot-shaped illuminated area generated there has a diameter of just 350 μm and achieves a luminance of 1000 Mcd/m². Hazardous Lighting

White Light Module With 500 mW Outperforms LED Light Sources | Quality Digest

It outperforms not only white LED light sources but also fiber-coupled laser plasma light sources. The small beam diameter allows coupling with low loss into multimode fibers with core diameters between 50 μm and 1 mm. The LS-WL1 is equipped with an integrated cooling system that guarantees high power stability even with long running times.

The factory setting of the control electronics provides for four functional modes: CW, strobe, pulse triggering, and modulation.

Control devices such as computers and tablets can be connected via a mini-USB interface, allowing the LS-WL1 to be controlled via the LABVIEW interface, for example.

The module is primarily designed as a light source for endoscopes, microscopes, and other systems in which particularly bright light is required in a confined space.

Quality Digest does not charge readers for its content. We believe that industry news is important for you to do your job, and Quality Digest supports businesses of all types.

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White Light Module With 500 mW Outperforms LED Light Sources | Quality Digest

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