Phoseon continues to bring innovation and experience to LED applications in life sciences
Hillsboro, Oregon (March 16, 2021) – Phoseon Technology is ramping production of its KeyLight™ Sources line for Fluorescence Microscopy with 4, 5, 6, and 7 switchable channel options. Given its position as the most reliable and innovative LED curing technology supplier, Phoseon has firmly stepped into the international OEM life sciences imaging market with clients in East Asia, Europe, and North America.
KeyLight illumination systems provide high-performance imaging for laboratory instruments, automated microscopy instruments, medical device illumination, and high- content screening applications. Using patented solid-state technology, KeyLight light sources offer intense, broad-spectrum UV and visible wavelengths for a wide variety of colors between 340nm and 760nm. Phoseon’s ample significant research in LED technology provides customizable wavelength and UV intensity options for greater flexibility depending on the application requirements.
“Our team of experts is dedicated to improving LED intensity, lifetime, and quality properties, and we have consistently outperformed market competitors in innovation and reliability for the past two decades,” says Theresa Thompson, Ph.D., Application Scientist at Phoseon Technology. KeyLight’s form factor and control options are designed specifically to support a variety of OEM instruments.
About Phoseon Technology
Since 2002, Phoseon Technology pioneered the use of LED technology for Life Sciences and Industrial Curing. Through our relentless innovation, we deliver high performance, reliable and patented LED based solutions. Our strong focus on customer collaboration has resulted in world-wide market leadership position and presence. Phoseon is an ISO9001 certified company manufacturing award winning products that are covered by more than 300 patents worldwide. We uniquely focus 100% on LED technology therefore ensuring superior reliability, business economics, and environmental benefits.
Categories: Fluorescence Microscopy