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Stefan Grötsch, Sergey Kudaev, Bryce Anton Moffat, Peter Schreiber: Light-emitting module, particularly for use in an optical projection apparatus. Osram Opto Semiconductors, Fish & Richardson P C, July 12, 2011: US07976205 (68 worldwide citation)

A light-emitting module is specified, comprising at least two light sources disposed on a common carrier. At least one of said light sources includes at least two LED chips. Each light source of the module is followed downstream by an optic body of an optical element, and the optic bodies are suitab ...


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Günter Rudolph, Jochen Müller, Eva Maria Menzel, Bryce Anton Moffat, Andreas Nolte: Illuminating device for microscopes. Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, Walter Ottesen, November 16, 2010: US07832894 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an illuminating device for microscopes, wherein the light source has, in particular, a white light illumination having total daylight spectrum and/or an excitation light source for fluorescent colors. The inventive illuminating device for a microscope consists of surface or ...


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Bryce Anton Moffat, Artur Degen, Axel Bodemann: Arrangement for the illumination of a field. Carl Zeiss, Reed Smith, December 29, 2009: US07637627 (3 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for the illumination of a field which uses, as a combined light source, three groups of LEDs which emit light bundles in different colors (R, G, B). The light bundles—considered in the direction of light propagation—pass collector optics, a device for combining the light bundles, and ...


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Marco Pretorius, Enrico Geissler, Guenter Rudolph, Christoph Nieten, Bryce Anton Moffat, Artur Hoegele: Optical observation instrument with at least two optical transmission channels that respectively have one partial ray path. Carl Zeiss Meditec, Gerald E Hespos, Michael J Porco, Matthew T Hespos, December 30, 2014: US08922624

An optical observation instrument has two optical transmission channels for transmitting two partial ray bundles (9A, 9B). The optical observation instrument has a main objective (1) common to the optical transmission channels, an electronic image sensor (7) for sequentially recording the partial ra ...


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Johannes Zellner, Boris Bittner, Norbert Wabra, Martin von Hodenberg, Sonja Schneider, Ricarda Schoemer, Arne Schob, Guenter Rudolph, Alexander Gratzke, Bryce Anton Moffat: Projection objective of a microlithographic projection exposure apparatus. Carl Zeiss SMT, Fish & Richardson P C, June 21, 2016: US09372411

A projection objective of a microlithographic projection exposure apparatus includes a wavefront correction device including a refractive optical element that has two opposite optical surfaces, through which projection light passes, and a circumferential rim surface extending between the two optical ...


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Bryce Anton Moffat, Christoph Nieten, Enrico Geiβler, Alexander Gratzke, Axel Krause: Projector for projecting images. Carl Zeiss, Skaar Ulbrich Macari P A, September 26, 2017: US09773444

Each modulator of an image projector includes multiple pixels arranged in rows and columns, switchable independently of each other into a first state, in which light incident on them is used to generate an image, and into a second state, in which light incident on them is not used to generate an ima ...


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Bryce Anton Moffat, Artur Degen, Axel Bodemann: Arrangement for the illumination of a field. Carl Zeiss, Reed Smith, March 22, 2007: US20070064202-A1

The invention is directed to an arrangement for the illumination of a field which uses, as a combined light source, three groups of LEDs which emit light bundles (100) in different colors (R, G, B). The light bundles—considered in the direction of light propagation—pass collector optics, a device fo ...


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Holger Matz, Bryce Anton Moffat: Illuminating module and surgical microscope incorporating said illuminating module. Walter Ottesen, October 2, 2008: US20080239476-A1

An illuminating module (100) has a light source which has at least one white-light LED. In addition to the white-light LED, an LED for red light and an LED for green light are provided. The illuminating module (100) has an output (112) and includes a light-mixing unit (101) which mixes the light of ...


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Gunter Rudolph, Jochen Muller, Eva Maria Menzel, Bryce Anton Moffat, Andreas Nolte: Illuminating Device for Microscopes. Walter Ottesen, February 5, 2009: US20090034248-A1

The invention relates to an illuminating device for microscopes, wherein the light source has, in particular, a white light illumination having total daylight spectrum and/or an excitation light source for fluorescent colors. The inventive illuminating device for a microscope consists of surface or ...


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Stefan Grotsch, Sergey Kudaev, Bryce Anton Moffat, Peter Schreiber: Light Emitting Module Especially For Use in an Optical Projection Apparatus, and Optical Projection Apparatus. Osram Opto Semiconductors, Fish & Richardson PC, May 21, 2009: US20090129079-A1

A light-emitting module is specified, comprising at least two light sources disposed on a common carrier. At least one of said light sources includes at least two LED chips. Each light source (1) of the module is followed downstream by an optic body of an optical element, and the optic bodies are su ...