Z760 LED Light Source

Z760 LED Light Sources are arrays of high-performance light emitting diodes (LEDs) that can operate in multiple regimes: flash, continuous light, harmonically modulated light, or they can work with a user-defined modulation. Different versions of the device vary spectrally from UVA to IR. The device can be used as a stand-alone unit or it can be integrated into other instruments, such as the Z200 Open – FluorCam, Z150 Photobioreactor. Base LED Clusters can be used to outfit growth rooms.

  • High light output – up to 3,000 µmol(photon)/m2/s at the distance of 20 cm (depends on the LED type).
  • Measuring flash duration 10-40 µs
  • Uniform light distribution over the desired area.
  • Both panel and control unit cooling (automatic control).
  • Hardware or software control of the light regime (flashes, continuous light, used-defined modulation), timing, and intensity.
  • Different color versions varying spectrally from UVA to Infra-Red
    standard colors available: white cold, white warm, blue royal, red-orange, red, blue, green
    tri-color versions available in 20x20cm and 20x30cm sizes.
  • Long longevity of LEDs (6-7 yrs)
  • Growth of plants
  • Illumination of rooms
  • Algal growth
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Light Studio Software
Spectra of Common LED panels

Stand Alone Standard Panel Size……Number of Mounted LEDs:

  • (A) 13 x 13 cm …. 72 LEDs (one color)
  • (B) 20 x 20 cm …. 180 LEDs (one color)
  • (C) 20 x 20 cm …. 168 LEDs (three colors)
  • (D) 30 x 20 cm …. 104 LEDs (one color)
  • (E) 30 x 20 cm …. 240 LEDs (three colors +IR)

Large LED Panels (Z780) also available for growth rooms as multiples of a Base LED Cluster (81cm X 27cm).

Z765 Light Controller

  • User-friendly, four-button operation
  • Precise control over the light mode, intensity and timing (seconds to hours)
  • Supports generation of very short – 200 microseconds – pulses (in SL 3500 only)
  • Supports up to 4 lights/colors
  • Each light /color can be configured and controlled independently
  • Light modulation according to a predefined function (continuous, pulse, sine, triangle)
  • Two light/dark phases
  • User-Defined Custom Protocol with 224 defined functions of a light phase (optional)
  • Daylight Protocol for cloudy sky simulation (optional)
  • No PC needed

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