safelight


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safelight

[′sāf‚līt]
(graphic arts)
A darkroom light of a particular color that will not affect the sensitive material being handled; for example, blue-sensitive materials require a red, orange, or yellow safelight.
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1879 (2002) (submitting that Charlotte, North Carolina's "SafeLight" ordinance satisfies constitutional objections while augmenting roadway safety).
As an added benefit, the optional Safelight[TM] technology ensures that the light source goes into standby mode when the Safelight cable detaches from the scope.
You'd want the white bulb (one you can turn off and on) positioned over the "dry" work area, away from the chemicals and sink, and you'd need a safelight as well.
Maxine gets to work checking the X-ray, replenishing the X-ray solutions, turning on the processor to warm up for the first patient's film, running the quality assurance film to ensure that the equipment is working properly, and turning on the safelight to get the dark room ready to go.
It is made by Safelight Industries at www.safelight.com.
"We have installed Safelight cameras at high accident locations to assist in the reduction of accidents at designated intersections.
Unbeknownst to the temporary radiographer, the safelight bulb had been replaced by the janitorial staff before the start of the shift.
Agfa's new-generation Polaris X cassette- or trolley-loading platesetters (including a doublewide model) come with green or violet lasers, the latter promoted as more economical and more productive -- able to expose more than 350 plates per hour (pph) in yellow safelight. The imagers also employ new suction and three-pin registration.
It is supplied in a wooden carrying case and a starter pack of consumables, including 50 sheets of Slavich PFG-01 4" x 5" film, processing chemicals, safelight and full instructions.
Illumination of the experimental 'darkroom' was provided by red safelight ([greater than]650nm).
Median longitudinal serial sections of the roots, 1 [micro]m thick, were cut on a Reichert Ultracut S Microtome, mounted on glass slides, and coated with Kodak NTB-2 liquid emulsion (International Biotech, New Haven, CT) under a red safelight. The slides were dried, then packed in light-tight boxes containing a desiccant, and stored in a refrigerator for 6 d.
Inside the darkbox, at the top, is a light fixture which holds a twelve watt red light bulb: the safelight. This fixture must also have a place into which the timer can be plugged.