High-power LEDs replace conventional mercury-xenon, tungsten-halogen, and low-pressure sodium arc lamp systems in a growing number of applications. Regulatory reasons partly account for this development (e.g., Minamata Convention on Mercury). But more important are the recent advancements in the technology itself: Current LED systems surpass conventional light sources in optical power output while offering distinct further advantages. Besides the generally accepted fact that LEDs are more economical in daily operation (TCO benefits through longer service life and reduced maintenance), solid-state lighting allows for consistent output performance improving your process stability. Also, the minimized overall heat load might be a considerable advantage over light sources using conventional lamps. And LEDs are very easy to handle as no hazardous materials are involved.
In addition to our photolithography exposure systems and UV curing solutions, we are continuously expanding our activities into further segments of the rapidly growing specialty lighting market based on LED technology. Talk to us if you search for multispectral and highly uniform flood illumination or structured lighting solutions. Our portfolio’s specialty LED illumination systems enhance many industrial imaging, surface inspection, 3D metrology, and solar simulation applications.
The LumiBlaze™ is a multispectral high-power LED projector generating illumination fields with superb uniformity.
Structured lighting and 3D machine vision are target applications of the high-power LED fixed-pattern projector LumiBlazeR™.
The LumiSun™ is a compact benchtop LED solar simulator that meets ASTM E927, IEC 60904-9, and JIS C 8904-9 Class AAA.