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Unilux Unveils Pocket Pixel

Saddle Brook, N.J.-based Unilux Inc., a designer and manufacturer of industrial stroboscopic inspection systems, has released the Pocket Pixel, a portable, battery-powered, pulsing light-emitting diode (LED) light for high-speed inspection applications in textile mills.

According to Unilux, the Pocket Pixel’s distinctive reflector design focuses a 30-percent brighter light than traditional strobes on spindles and other spinning equipment, allowing textile mill maintenance engineers to keep equipment synchronized.

Its eco-friendly, energy-saving LED lamps do not emit ozone or ultraviolet rays, and have minimal disposal requirements. The company states LED strobes
provide the same functionality as traditional Xenon strobes but are more effective in textile mills, because as the flash rates increase, the light gets brighter.
 
The instrument can be permanently mounted or used as a handheld unit, and can run continuously for up to two hours using rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries.

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