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Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: Building on the knowledge and expertise of nearly 20 years of Forensic Light Source design, the Mini-CrimeScope Advance incorporates the same ease of use and unmatched reliability of its predecessor along with the latest in arc lamp technology to provide a unit that is unsurpassed in performanceShow More
Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: Forensics took the next step in the Evolution of RUVIS with the release of our Second Generation Unit. The SceneScope imager uses intensified UV reflectance instead of fluorescence as in Forensic Light Sources. The System can detect fingerprints on most non-porous surfaces prior to any treatment or after
- Camera Function: Still, Video
- Monochrome / Color: Monochrome, Color
- Imaging Technology / Camera Type: CCD, Digital, UV
- Horizontal Resolution: 810 lines
Supplier: Abrisa Technologies
Description: , heat produced by the light source is allowed to exit through the filter. This lowers overall system temperature and can extend lamp life. Additionally, in high temperature applications where tempered MUG-2 is not adequate, BlackLite® may be suitable due to its Borofloat® substrate
- Thickness: 3175 µm
- Features: Hard Coat / Thin Film
Supplier: Abrisa Technologies
Description: than a filter glass, heat produced by the light source is allowed to exit through the filter. This lowers overall system temperature and can extend lamp life. Additionally, in high temperature applications where tempered MUG-2 is not adequate, BlackLite® may be suitable due to its Borofloat&trade
- Filter Type: Color Filters
Supplier: All-Spec Industries
Description: "The O.C. White TKPZ Pro-Zoom binocular 6.5 microscope features extra large eyepieces for increased field of view. The ergonomic design allows maximum comfort, safety, and production. This model includes a dual arm base but does not include a light source."
- Application: Medical / Forensic, Other
- Grade: Benchtop
- Microscope Type: Stereomicroscope
- Total Magnification: 2.5 to 390 X
Supplier: Edmund Optics Inc.
Description: aberration, refocusing of the lens is necessary when using an illumination source with a spectral bandwidth of greater than 10nm. A monochromatic light source and narrow bandpass filter are recommended to improve overall performance of the lens. Mounted color filters are available for the standard
- Focal Length: 0.9843 inch
- Adjustability: Fixed Focal Length
- Aperture Range (F-Number): 2 to 16
- Lens Mount: C-Mount
Supplier: Hirox-USA, Inc.
Description: KH-7700 Digital Microscope System is HIROX's newest most advanced development. The digital camera, light source, LCD monitor, computer and software are all integrated into this one unit. The KH-7700 provides the user with the ultimate in high performance observation, measurement, analysis
- Grade: Benchtop
- Microscope Type: Portable Field, Other
- Total Magnification: 1 to 7000 X
- Eyepiece Style: Other
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Forensic light sources are suitable for better recognition of filling material in tooth own color (Composite, porcelain) (UV spectrum or violett-blau region).
Cutaneous Manifestations of Child Abuse and Their Differential Diagnosis
255 9.7 The Use of Wood’s Lamp and Forensic Light Sources in Child Abuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.8 Forensic Light Sources ..........................................................
A comparison of the presumptive luminol test for blood with four non‐chemiluminescent forensic techniques
However, there is no single paper that critiques and compares the five most common presumptive blood detection tests currently in use: luminol, phenolphthalein (Kastle–Meyer), leucomalachite green, Hemastix® and the forensic light source .
A simple, low-cost, and portable LED-based multi-wavelength light source for forensic application
Forensic light sources (FLS) have been used frequently in crime scene investigation as a scanning tool for crime scene evidence, such as gunpowder residue, semen, bloodstain, saliva and urine.
Bitemark Evidence: A Color Atlas and Text
Alternate light imaging, fluorescent photography, foren- sic light source photography, and narrow-band illumi- nation are all synonymous for the process of recording a photographic image with the aid of a monochromatic light and a blocking filter.
The Forensic Laboratory Handbook
Some of the ingredients routinely found in finger residue are fluorescent, which means that they emit a specific color of light when they are examined with another specific color of light, produced by laser or forensic light source .
Abstract: 148 Forensic light source and environmental effects on the performance of 1,2- indandione/zinc chloride and 1,8-diazafluoren-9-one .
Visualization of latent blood tracks
Forensic light sources are capable light of different wave length to emit and so invisible tracks to make available to the human eye.
Detection of Pretreated Fingerprint Fluorescence Using an LED‐based Excitation System
Fluorescent ridges can usually be excited by irradiation with forensic light sources such as xenon arc lamps or quartz‐halogen lamps with high‐power output and suitable filters.
The Use of a Tunable Light Source (Mini‐Crimescope MCS‐400, SPEX Forensics) in Dissecting Microscopic Detection of Cryptic Epithelial Particles
Thus, the examination of exhibits with a forensic light source is a safe, simple, noninvasive and nondestructive screening aid to target areas of interest.
Time‐resolved fluorescence microscopy of gunshot residue: an application to forensic science
Distribution of discharged gunshot residues on a target from a firing distance of 60 cm as observed under (a) ambient light and (b) a forensic light source .
Evidence-Based Forensic Dentistry
A forensic light source is a crime scene investigator’s and lab technician’s tool for enhancing observation, photography, and collection .
Development of new near-infrared and leuco-dye optical systems for forensic and crime fighting applications
The area of interest is then illuminated with a forensic light source .
Statistical Evaluation of Alternative Light Sources for Bloodstain Photography
Lennard C, Stoilovic M. Application of forensic light sources at the crime scene.