Mightex offers a wide-range of microscope LED sources with wavelengths ranging from DUV to NIR. Mightex’s LEDs are compatible with all major microscope manufacturers, and they can be connected directly to the microscope or via lightguide.

The collimated output from a microscope LED is often used as the input to a user’s own optical systems. These optical systems can include components such as lenses, filters, mirrors, dichroics, and other optics, which rely on the input light to be collimated to function.

A noteworthy and common example is a standard research microscope, which usually accepts a collimated input to its epi-fluorescence or transmission light port. Mightex collimated LED sources employ a high-NA aspherical collimating lens for precision collimation and high light throughput. A wide selection of wavelengths ranging from 255nm to 980nm is available, and multiple wavelengths can even be combined into a single output.


Single-Wavelength Microscope LEDs

Mightex’s Type-A and Type-J microscope LEDs feature small emitters and can mounted directly onto the microscope. Or, for high-power applications, Mightex’s Type-H microscope LEDs can be coupled to the microscope via lightguide.

  • Available in a wide portfolio of wavelengths
  • Produces collimated light with the narrowest divergent angle
  • Can be used in vibration sensitive application (e.g. direct mounting on research microscope) due to passive cooling
  • Type-B collimator LEDs are useful in applications where higher raw optical power is desired, such as when building a high-power multi-wavelength lightguide-coupled LED light source
  • Type-H collimated LEDs produces a very high optical output (up to 3.5W of optical power out of the collimated output), and are used in applications requiring the highest optical power.

Click Microscope LED Sources for more details.

Click High Power Microscope LED Sources for more details.

Multi-Wavelength Microscope Light Sources

All Mightex collimated light sources feature a standard C-mount output threading, which allows them to be connected to various accessories such as coupling into our Multi-wavelength Beam-combiners to build a custom multi-wavelength solution to fit the specific needs of your application.

Click Multi-Wavelength Collimated LED Construction Guide for more details.


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