microlux

microlux

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌlʌks)
n
(Units) a millionth of a lux
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The MicroLux DL system (AdDent, Inc., Dunbury, Connecticut) uses a "blue-white light-emitting diode (LED)" to detect abnormal tissues.
Adjunct based on tissue reflectance (ViziLite, ViziLite Plus, Microlux)--Several studies have investigated the benefit of using the ViziLite compared to conventional visual examination alone.
Artificial lesions of lobster and mollusc shells were created with a Microlux Variable Speed Drill Press (MicroMark) with a digital depth finder and 3/32-in.
Japanese-made lenses are coated with Microlux ETE, allowing for maximum light transmission.
All teeth were examined for cracks or fractures, as well as to confirm a single apical foramen using transillumination (Microlux Transilluminator, Adent Inc, Danbury, CT) and a dental operating microscope (Global Surgical Corporation, St Louis, MO).
The MicroLux DLX eliminates the visual interference inherent in overhead cameras.
GenIII night-vision scopes can operate at 10 microlux ambient-light levels, as compared to the 0.01 lux levels of GenI devices (a lux being, very crudely, about equal to the light produced on a surface by a candle a foot away).
announces that the Microlux 2 Transillumlnator has just received the Reality 5 Star Award.
Two systems using chemiluminescence developed for the oral cavity are ViziLite[R] Plus and MicroLux DL.
The Platinum Nighteater series features riflescopes with Grade A lenses coated with Microlux ETE coatings.
The MicroLux DVR features streaming video recording in MPEG-2 format and allows for still image capture from the video.
Three systems are currently on the market including ViziLite Plus with TBlue (Zila Pharmaceuticals), Microlux DL (AdDent) and Orascoptic DK (Orascoptic, a Kerr Corporation).