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Prizmatix Introduces Ultra High Power LED with Over 4 Watts of Collimated White Light for Scientific and Industrial Applications
Date:1/25/2013

omponents and features they need. The output can be free space or coupled to optical fibers or liquid light guides.

Data Sheets, Users-Manuals & Scientific Papers can be seen on the Technical Documents Page on Prizmatix.com

For more information visit Prizmatix at SPIE Photonics West 2013, Booth #5332

About Prizmatix Ltd.
Prizmatix Ltd. (http://www.prizmatix.com) specializes in Ultra High-Power LED illumination systems for scientific, industrial and OEM applications. Prizmatix modular designs incorporate the latest technology in packages that offer maximum power and versatility in light delivery with a full range of products, including fiber-coupled LEDs and UV LEDs and specialized LEDs for Optogenetics and microscopy.

Prizmatix experts work to understand each customer’s needs and then offer cost effective off-the-shelf or customized solutions based on standard modular products. Prizmatix works with customers on product design, prototype development, and small-scale manufacturing as well as FDA and CE compliance. Our multidisciplinary team has expertise in optics, electronics, optomechanics, optical fibers, software, biocompatible materials, and medical devices.

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