LED Saber product description
LED Saber is a hand-held irradiation device available in more than 30 wavelengths (under request) in the UV-VIS-NIR spectral region. It is a precise and versatile device developed for light applications in Photobiological, Photochemical, Photophysical and Material Sciences.
All mechanical parts are specially designed to provide a comfortable grip as well as efficient heat dissipation. Optical parts are designed for optimized light homogeneity and irradiance levels. Therefore, LED Saber provides uniform irradiation for areas of 4.15 cm2 with irradiance levels reaching up to 200* mW/cm2.
(*can change according to wavelength).
Our dedicated software and hardware guarantees more safety and stability for LED Saber. Thus, you can rely on a robust equipment protected against overheating and burned diodes (life spam over 1,000 hours).
Light homogeneity (Petri factor)
According to the protocol developed by Bolton and Linden (2003), a Petri Factor is defined as the ratio of the average incident irradiance over the total area to the irradiance at the center of the area. This method allows a user to more accurately determine the average fluence rate of the light beam. It was initially idealized to standardize Petri dish irradiation, however, the same protocol can be applied to other geometries, such as in rectangular multi-well cell culture plates.
A Petri Factor greater than 0.9 helps to ensure all the area under a light beam is treated with more than 90% of homogeneity. This can be calculated by measuring the irradiance with a sensor over the irradiated area.
At BioLambda, each LED Saber is tested to ensure an even intensity distribution at Petri factor levels >0.9. Therefore, we can ensure appropriate precision levels for your experiments.
Frequent LED Box applications
Antimicrobial and Oncologic Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)
Microbial inactivation induced by UV or Blue Light
Light induced mutagenesis and carcinogenesis
Immune system modulation
In vivo photosynthesis
Photochemical and photothermal reactions
In vitro photosynthesis
Physics and Engineering applications:
Study of excited state molecules
Photovoltaic and photothermovoltaic
Quantum dots development
Down- and Up-converters development
Light emitting systems development
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