A Novel Microtiter Plate Format High Power Open Source LED Array
AbstractMany photochemical or photobiological applications require the use of high power ultraviolet light sources, such as high-pressure mercury arc lamps. In addition, many photo-induced chemical, biochemical and biological applications require either a combinatorial setting or a parallel assay of multiple samples under the same environmental conditions to ensure reproducibility. To achieve this, alternative, controllable light sources, such as ultraviolet light emitting diodes (UV LEDs) with high power and spatial control are required. Preferably, LEDs are arranged in a suitable standardized 96-well microtiter plate format. We designed such an array and established the methods required for heat management and enabling stable, controllable illumination over time. View Full-Text
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Kagel, H.; Jacobs, H.; Bier, F.F.; Glökler, J.; Frohme, M. A Novel Microtiter Plate Format High Power Open Source LED Array. Photonics 2019, 6, 17.
Kagel H, Jacobs H, Bier FF, Glökler J, Frohme M. A Novel Microtiter Plate Format High Power Open Source LED Array. Photonics. 2019; 6(1):17.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kagel, Heike; Jacobs, Hannes; Bier, Frank F.; Glökler, Jörn; Frohme, Marcus. 2019. "A Novel Microtiter Plate Format High Power Open Source LED Array." Photonics 6, no. 1: 17.
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