microlux

microlux

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌlʌks)
n
(Units) a millionth of a lux
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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).
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.