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The new line of Nerlite LT430 backlights from Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. (Alpharetta, Ga.) delivers high image processing contrast when inspecting the contours, edges or openings of a component. From continuous lighting to strobe light operation, applications range from static to high-speed operations, and include inspecting the form, contour and outline of a component. The Nerlite LT430 backlights are also effective in verifying the presence or absence of component properties, as well as for measuring, edge highlighting, component positioning, or component identification. Even and diffuse transmitted-light illumination and incident-light illumination features are also available. The backlights come in seven sizes, ranging from 47 x 59 to 200 x 250 millimeters. Several of the frameless models provide uninterrupted surface lighting with an edge-to-edge technology feature. Light sources are available in red, green, blue, white and infrared. The Nerlite LT430 backlights' low profile housing and LED heat management system allow the units to be positioned on machines where space is a premium. They are connected to power supplies or lighting controls via M12 connections. www.nerlite.com
StockerYale's (Quebec, Canada) PureBeam laser is a temperature-stabilized, fiber-coupled device for a wide range of biomedical, medical, and industrial applications. This high-output power laser has integrated drive electronics and laser-welded mechanical components. The PureBeam laser features a single-mode optical fiber (PM optional) delivery system, and provides exceptional power stability and low noise at the fiber exit. www.stockeryale.