Inc., a developer and manufacturer of specialized short-wavelength light
products for use in advanced technology applications, will introduce three more
light sources in its Laser-Driven Light Source (LDLS™) product family
at SPIE Photonics West and BiOS, January 23-28, 2010 in San Francisco.
Like their predecessor LDLS EQ-1000, the LDLS EQ-1500, EQ-1510, and EQ-99
provide extreme high brightness across a complete spectrum, from 170nm through
visible and beyond, thereby eliminating the need for multiple lamps. These newest
light source innovations are ideal for use in advanced microscopy and analytical
spectroscopy applications, or any application requiring ultra-long lamp life.
All LDLS light sources feature excellent spatial stability enabling highly accurate
and repeatable measurements.
"We're excited to unveil the latest developments to our laser-driven light
source technology at Photonics West and BiOS next month," said Paul Blackborow,
CEO of Energetiq. "With the release last year of the LDLS EQ-1000 we addressed
a significant need in the scientific research community for an extremely stable,
reliable high brightness light source that would offer an economical alternative
to expensive lasers and arc lamps. Now, with the addition of the general purpose
EQ-1500 and 1510 and the lower-cost EQ-99 we are able to meet the needs of a
wider field of research applications."
More information on the new Energetiq products will be released during the
SPIE Photonics West and BiOS exhibitions beginning January 23, 2010 at the Moscone
Center in San Francisco, CA, booth #4536 and #8424, respectively.