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12 May 2016

Excelitas featuring new UV LED curing solutions at RadTech UV+EB 2016

In booth # 713 at the RadTech UV+EB 2016 trade show at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare hotel in Chicago, IL, USA (16–18 May), Excelitas Technologies Corp of Waltham, MA, USA, which provides customized photonic solutions to OEMs, is highlighting its new UV LED curing products.

Excelitas says that its solutions meet the lighting, detection, optics and other technology needs of OEMs across a wide range of industries. Products on display include:

  • OmniCure LX500 UV LED Spot Curing System: Available in either two or four LED head system configurations with up to 16W/cm2 peak irradiance, the LX500 provides optical stability via Intelli-Lamp LED technology for repeatable device assembly and reduced costs. OmniCure LX500 is suitable for use in medical devices such as catheters, cannulas, endoscopes and syringes; electronics such as OPU, smartphones and tablets; and general-purpose small component applications such as bonding and coatings.
  • OmniCure AC5 Series UV LED systems: Designed for small-area curing with a unique combination of high-output LEDs and custom optics, the AC550/P and AC575/P air-cooled UV LED curing systems provide high irradiance (14W/cm2), enabling manufacturers to achieve high productivity, it is claimed. Additionally, the LEDs deliver long lifetime and lower electrical consumption to reduce running costs. OmniCure AC5 Series Systems are designed to cure inks, adhesives and coatings in print, industrial and electronics manufacturing applications. The systems' high irradiance allows adhesive curing at a low temperature for sensitive components used in medical device and electronics manufacturing.

In addition, on 17 May (at 1pm in Rosemont A) Mike Kay, Excelitas' director of product management, UV Curing, is presenting 'Improving Cure with UVC LEDs' in RadTech's Deep UV LED session, which addresses the use of UV LED-curable adhesives, inks and coatings for commercial applications (including the feasibility and requirements of adding deep-UVC LEDs into a commercial LED curing system).

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Excelitas launches OmniCure AC5 Series UV LED curing system

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Visit: www.excelitas.com/OmniCure

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