We are professional manufacturer of lighting equipment for police and forensic light source, and it is a professional manufacturer integrating technology development, production and sales.
Since the foundation, the Company has developed ten series and more than ninety types professional lighting equipment and sources, including: forensic light source series, multi-band light source series, laser detection instrument, strong light search light series, strong light flashlight series, strong light working light series, lift-type strong light work light series, power-type lift working light series and forensic working light, etc.
Our company will has been committed to providing professional lighting, forensic light sources, laser light sources and crime scene investigation tools for public security departments of the government.
Inviting Agents Sincerely!
The first high intensity dual-colour forensic Crime-lite for crime scene and laboratory applications.
The Crime-lite 42S, switchable between two arrays of 8 high intensity LEDs provides the forensic examiner with three illumination outputs in a single alternate light source.
Using a simple 3-way control the examiner is able to alternate between two narrowband wavelengths or to use all 16 LEDs in combination to provide high intensity wideband illumination. The ability to detect evidence under a selection of wavebands from a single source increased the chances of locating evidence and allows forensic investigators to reduce search times.
The new Crime-lite ML2 forensic light source combines the versatility of multi-wavelength, high intensity LED illumination with wide area bi-ocular magnification. An ideal system for the examination and 'marking up' of large items of evidence in the laboratory.
The Crime-lite ML2 features 8 high intensity white LEDs for general search and a choice of up to 4 additional narrow band LEDs including: UV, Violet, Blue, Blue/Green, Green, Orange & Infrared - wavelengths that are effective in detecting body fluids, semen, bone and tooth fragments, fibres, drugs, explosives, accelerants and chemically treated evidence.