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LEDs Used in Test/Measurement, Medical & Other Science Devices Market Forecast and Analysis 2018-2028

  • ID: 4760991
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 289 Pages
  • ElectroniCast
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • allnex group
  • CoolLED (UK)
  • Ivoclar Vivadent AG
  • Medtronic
  • OSRAM Innovation
  • Stanford University
  • MORE

This market forecast report, which is available immediately, is part of a consultant service from the author.  This 2018-2028 market estimate and forecast is presented for our extensive study of the worldwide use of packaged Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) in Test/ Measurement, Medical and other Science Devices. 

The market data are segmented into the following geographic regions, plus a Global summary:

  • North, Central and South America (America)
  • Europe, plus Middle Eastern and African countries (EMEA)
  • Asia Pacific (APAC)

The LED market is segmented into the following sub-application categories:

  • Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring
  • Photo-therapy/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing
  • Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging

The market data for are also segmented by the following colors (type):

  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue
  • White
  • Multiple Color/Multiple Chip
  • UV and Other
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • allnex group
  • CoolLED (UK)
  • Ivoclar Vivadent AG
  • Medtronic
  • OSRAM Innovation
  • Stanford University
  • MORE

1. Executive Summary        
1.1 Overview                                   
1.2 Bare (Unpackaged) LED Chips – Overview                   
1.3 LEDs – Technology Overview    
1.4 Barriers to Growth in the Military/Government Sector

2. LEDs Used in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Market Forecast
2.1 Overview            
2.2 Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring                                            
2.3 Photo-therapy/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing                   
2.4 Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging                                                           

3. Market Research Methodology                                                                                   

4. Market Forecast Data Base - Introduction                                           
4.1 Overview                                    
4.2 Tutorial                                           

Addendum            

  • Microsoft Excel - Data Base Spreadsheets (Global Market Forecast); Detailed Data:
    • Average Selling Price, per unit ($, each)
    • Quantity (Million)
    • Value ($, Million)

List of Tables
1.1.1 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Global Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
1.2.1 LED Color Variety – Selected Examples
1.2.2 LED Color Chart
2.1.1 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Global Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.1.2 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Global Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.1.3 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices America Forecast, By Application ($, M)
2.1.4 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices America Forecast, By Application (Qty)
2.1.5 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices EMEA Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.1.6 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices EMEA Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.1.7 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices APAC Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.1.8 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices APAC Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.2.1 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring Global Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.2.2 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring Global Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.2.3 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring America Forecast, By Application ($, Million
2.2.4 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring America Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.2.5 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring EMEA Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.2.6 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring EMEA Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.2.7 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring APAC Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.2.8 LEDs in Sensing/Detection and Analytical/Monitoring APAC Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.2.9 Strain Sensing Technology Attributes Summary
2.3.1 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing Global Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.3.2 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing Global Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.3.3 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing America Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.3.4 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing America Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.3.5 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing EMEA Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.3.6 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing EMEA Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.3.7 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing APAC Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.3.8 LEDs in PDT/Sanitation/Cell Regeneration/Curing APAC Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.3.9 Therapeutic Visible Light Spectrum
2.4.1 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging Global Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.4.2 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging Global Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.4.3 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging America Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.4.4 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging America Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.4.5 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging EMEA Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.4.6 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging EMEA Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
2.4.7 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging APAC Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
2.4.8 LEDs in Instrumentation Light Source and Imaging APAC Forecast, By Application (Quantity)

List of Figures
1.1.1 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Global Forecast ($, Million)
1.1.2 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Global Forecast, By Application ($, Million)
1.1.3 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Global Forecast, By Region ($, Million)
1.1.4 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices Global Forecast, By Color ($, Million)
1.1.5 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices America Forecast, By Color ($, Million)
1.1.6 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices EMEA Forecast, By Color ($, Million)
1.1.7 LEDs in Test/Measurement & Medical Science Devices APAC Forecast, By Color ($, Million)
1.2.1 Diagram of a typical LED chip
1.2.2 Diagram of schematic structure of AlGaN-based UV LED Chip
1.2.3 LED Chip Cross-Sectional Structure
1.2.4 Chip on Glass Cross-Sectional Structure
1.2.5 Electrostatic discharge (ESD) - Integrated Protection Devices for LEDs
1.2.6 Electrostatic Discharge Example
1.2.7 Chip-on-Board LED Technology
1.2.8 Chip-Scale Package (CSP) LEDs
1.2.9 High Performance LED
1.2.10 Surface Mounted Device (SMD) LED
1.2.11 Chip-On-Board and Multi-Chip on Board (COB/MCOB) LED
1.2.12 Tunable Chip-On-Board LEDs with Highly Efficient Color Mixing
1.2.13 COB Packaged LEDs Provide Natural Light Spectrum
1.2.14 Highest Efficacy 90 CRI Chip-on-Board LEDs
1.3.1 LED Chromatic Chart
1.3.2 Evolution of Research Emphasis During Technology Life Cycle
2.1.1 LEDs in Medical/Science Devices Global Forecast ($, Million)
2.1.2 LEDs in Medical/ Science Devices Global Forecast (Quantity/Units)
2.2.1 Chemiluminescence Imaging Systems
2.2.2 LED-induced chemiluminescence platform
2.2.3 LED-induced chemiluminescence Imaging
2.2.4 Laser Diode Based Chemiluminescent System
2.2.5 In vitro diagnostic (IVD) testing Tool
2.2.6 LED-based Monitoring Sensor
2.2.7 Light-Emitting Diode Detection and Ranging Board Modules
2.2.8 UV-LED-based Indoor Air Quality
2.2.9 Fluorescence detection of trace hydrazine vapor
2.2.10 Fiber Optic Temperature Sensor
2.2.11 Pre-clinical Transducer with Fiber Coating
2.2.12 Sealed-Gauge Fiber Optic Pressure Sensors
2.2.13 Seven (7) wavelengths acquire blood constituent data
2.2.14 Seven (7) wavelengths acquire blood constituent data
2.2.15 Oximeters - Upgradable Technology Platforms
2.2.16 LED-based Non-invasive Sensing
2.2.17 FLIPPER - light-emitting diode excites fluorescence in the sample flow cell
2.2.18 Nano-sized "carbon dots" glow brightly when exposed to light
2.2.19 Led-Based Direct Visualization of Tissue Fluorescence
2.2.20 LED-Based Cell Phone Sensor for Detection of E. coli
2.3.1 Comparison Graph - Mercury Lamps versus UV LEDs for Medical Curing
2.3.2 DEEP UV (DUV) LED (Surface mount devices / SMDs)
2.3.3 Ultra Violet LED Array
2.3.4 Packaged UV-LED (4-chips)
2.3.5 UVA- LED Tube Lamp
2.3.6 UVC-LED Disinfection Module
2.3.7 70mW UV-C LED
2.3.8 UV LED Water Disinfection
2.3.9 UVC LED for effective disinfection solutions
2.3.10 Handheld LED Light Therapy Rejuvenation Device
2.3.11 Consumer-Level LED Face Mask
2.3.12 Neonatal Photo therapy Treatment (Blue LEDs)
2.3.13 Light doses range in LED Photo therapy
2.3.14 Skin treatment therapies Utilizing LED Photo-modulation: Typical LED array (Red)
2.3.15 Blue LED Arrays
2.3.16 Circadian PAR30 Gimbal Spot
2.3.17 Circadian Phototransduction
2.3.18 Circadian Phototransduction (Typical - versus HCL - LEDs)
2.3.19 Eye Safety - Risk Classification
2.3.20 Blue LED Teeth Whitening Device
2.3.21 Apparatuses (two) Containing Arrays of LEDs to Treat Mucositis
2.3.22 Light Therapy for traumatic brain injury (TBI)
2.3.23 LED-Based Dentistry Curing Device
2.4.1 LEDs – Different Colors for Fluorescence Microscopy Applications
2.4.2 Fluorescence Microscopy – Lamphouse Anatomy with LEDs
2.4.3 LED versus Tungsten used in Slit Lamps Retina Observation
2.4.4 Red, Green and Blue LED Light Sources – Biophotonics
2.4.5 Theodolite Ring Light
2.4.6 LED-Based Fiber Optic Illuminator
2.4.7 Fiber Optic Light Module for medical illumination
2.4.8 LED-Based Fiber Optic Illuminator
2.4.9 Holographic Bioimaging – Concept Image
2.4.10 Example of Color Rendering in Medical Surgery
2.4.11 LED-Based Surgical Lighting
2.4.12 LED-Based Surgical Lighting
2.4.13 Reflector-Part of a LED-Based Surgical Light
2.4.14 Homogenous Beam of LED Light and Light Heads
2.4.15 LED- Surgery Lighting: Output rated at 100,000 LUX; 4,300° Kelvin pure white illumination
2.4.16 Medical Examination Lighting
2.4.17 LED-based Surgical Headlamp
3.1 Market Research & Forecasting Methodology

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  • American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
  • Americas Aerospace Quality Group (AAQG)
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  • Applied and Plasma Group, School of Physics, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
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  • Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine
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  • Bavarian Ministry for Economic Affairs, Media, Energy and Technology
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  • Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM)
  • Boston VA – (US) Army's Advanced Medical Technology Initiative
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  • CE label (Consumer electronics or Council of the European Union)
  • Census Bureau (United States)
  • Centre for Optical and Electromagnetic Research - JORCEP China
  • China Agricultural University
  • Chrontel, Inc.
  • CLARITY: Centre for Sensor Web Technologies
  • Clemson University
  • College of Chemistry and College of Chemical Engineering, Sichuan University, PR China
  • Commission for Occupational Health and Safety and Standardization (KAN) – Germany
  • Cool View (Hawkeye Distributing, LLC)
  • CoolLED (UK)
  • Cree, Incorporated
  • CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering
  • Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)
  • Datascope
  • Defense Contract Audit Agency - (DCAA)
  • Delos Living LLC
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  • Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University
  • Department of Bio and Brain Engineering and KAIST Institute for Optical Science and Technology (Korea)
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  • Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan Normal University
  • Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore
  • Department of Chemistry, University of the Balearic Islands
  • Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw
  • Department of Commerce (United States)
  • Department of Electro-Optical Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology
  • Department of Energy (United States)
  • Department of Homeland Security (United States)
  • Department of Justice (United States)
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  • Department of Physics, Harbin Institute of Technology, Science and Technology Park, Harbin, China
  • Department of State (United States)
  • Division of Electron Microscopic Research, Korea Basic Science Institute
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  • DOD (Defense Department-United States)
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  • Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center (ECBC)
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  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) – United States
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  • GE Medical
  • Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA)
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  • Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI) - Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program
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  • Imperial College London
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  • Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)
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  • Light4Tech
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  • Luminus Devices, Incorporated
  • LumiThera Inc.
  • Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama
  • Masimo Corporation
  • Mayo Clinic
  • McGill University in Montreal, Canada
  • Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Medical Illumination International
  • Medtronic
  • MedX Health
  • Microdermabrasion Machines
  • Mount Sinai Hospital
  • Murata
  • Nagoya University (Japan)
  • NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
  • NASA - Johnson Space Center
  • National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) - (US) National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • National Centre for Sensor Research, Dublin
  • National Institute of General Medical Sciences (USA)
  • National Institute of Health (NIH) - National Eye Institute (NEI)
  • National Institute of Mental Health
  • National Instruments Corporation
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • National Science Foundation (United States)
  • Naval Special Warfare Command, Submarine Squadron ELEVEN - USS Salt Lake City
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  • Nikkiso Giken Co., Ltd.
  • Nitride Semiconductors Company Limited
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Ocean Optics, Incorporated
  • OKSolar.com
  • Omicron
  • One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Opticology, Inc.
  • Optrand Incorporated
  • Oral Cancer Foundation
  • OSRAM Innovation
  • Osram Opto Semiconductors
  • Philips
  • Philips (China) Investment Co., Ltd.
  • Photomedex
  • Photon Systems Instruments
  • Plaza Hotel in Auckland
  • Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Low Temperatures and Structural Research
  • ProPhotonix
  • Quantum Devices, Inc (QDI)
  • Qubit Systems Incorporated
  • Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre & School of Engineering, Griffith University
  • Radiant Vision Systems, LLC
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  • Regiolux GmbH
  • Ritsumeikan University, Faculty of Engineering Science
  • Ritsumeikan University, Global Innovation Research Organization
  • Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York
  • Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Rush-Presbyterian-St. Lukes Medical Center in Chicago
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  • School of Engineering and Built Environment, Glasgow Caledonian University
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  • US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
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