CoolLED are very proud to share with you a number of reviews supplied to us by our customers.
“We find the system to be excellent, it gives us bright fluorescence and being able to switch the bulb on and off without having to worry about warming up/cooling down is a big advantage over our old system.”
Dr Kat Millen , Lab Manager , University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
“Just started using our new CoolLED pE-300ultra and it’s so easy to use. The light is very bright and our images look great! What’s more, we don’t need to worry about replacing the bulb! An excellent choice!”
Paul Conduit, Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Dale Fellow, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
Hearing how the CoolLED LED Illumination Systems contribute to and improve the work of our customers fills us with a great amount of satisfaction and pride in our products.
“I can absolutely recommend this pE-340fura light source for any kind of Fura-2 measurements.”
Lars Kaestner and Quinghai Tian, Molecular Cell Biology, University of Saarland, Germany
“I just purchased a pE-4000 to replace an old version of Lumencor Sola SE on a live imaging microscope. After comparing the power level of the systems, I am convinced that pE-4000 provides stronger illumination at objective. As the Sola light source can only control intensity of ‘white’ light (rather than individual channels), we have to choose the excitation level according to the dimmest labelling fluorophore. The other channels are in turn exposed to unnecessary high dose of excitation. The level of photo-bleaching can be high as a result. With pE-4000, we can control the excitation of individual channel. It is possible to optimise the excitation intensity according to the labelling, greatly reduced photo-bleaching and photo-toxicity in a live experiment. Due to the difference in excitation spectrum with Sola, I was worried about the extra cost of changing dichroic, excitation and emission filters. The options of four wavelength in each channel (totally four channels) enables me to pick up the correct wavelength according to the old filter/dichroic settings.”
Dr. Yan Gu, Manager, Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy Facility, Genome Damage and Stability Centre, University of Sussex
In addition to the testimonials we receive from our customers, we would also love to receive any expert reviews you may have on your application. If you can take a little time to write 300-500 words and a couple of images on a topic of your choice, relating to microscopy where illumination is a crucial aspect, we’ll donate £250 to a charity of your choice!
We’d love to hear from you, email us at [email protected].