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7 October 2022

CrayoNano launches CrayoLED H-series of UV-C LEDs

CrayoLED by CrayoNano provides a new disinfection solution for air, water, and high-contact surfaces
CrayoNano AS of Trondheim, Norway – which develops and manufactures semiconductor components based on patented and proprietary nanomaterials technology – has launched the CrayoLED H-Series (CLH-N3S) of ultraviolet-C light-emitting diode (UV-C LED) packaged components. The firm says that CrayoLED’s quality-driven design meets the high standards for reliability and performance in the fast-growing industrial and commercial disinfection and sanitization market.

“CrayoLED is a robust and powerful UV-C LED component tailored to the needs of our partners,” says chief revenue officer Michael Peil. “Our team has developed — in close collaboration with our key customers — a high-performance, reliable technology that enables downstream improvements in disinfection that will ultimately result in a cleaner and safer environment.”

The CrayoLED is optimized for disinfection at a typical peak wavelength of 275nm. Its small package footprint (3.5mm x 3.5mm) and high power performance (typically 80mW optical power at 350mA) easily integrates into systems for residential, commercial and industrial segments, enabling system miniaturization and longer-lasting solutions, CrayoNano says.

The CrayoLED H-series (CLH-N3S) is available in both sample quantities and in stock for volume production.

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