Ringlight For Inspection Microscopes

March 9, 2006
The RL-9 ringlight uses high-power LEDs to illuminate a 2-in. spot with a brilliant 5,5000 lux.

This is nearly the brightness of direct sunlight. Brighter output lets the RL-9 serve with higher magnification optics, illuminate finer details, and reduce eye fatigue. The cool nature of LED white light prevents heating of the illuminated subject. The RL-9 comes equipped with a current-controlled power supply that plugs into standard power outlets. A brightness control lets light output be adjusted to suit the operator's exact need. The housing OD is 4 in. and the ID is 2.0 in. With setscrews on a 2.65-in. clamping ID, the RL-9 easily mounts to inspection microscopes made by Leica, Carl Zeiss, and other leading manufacturers. Quantity discounts are available.

Orled, 7313 SW Tech Center Dr., Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 968-1375, orled.com

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