BluGlass/Lumileds Evaluation Goes To Next Stage
Lumileds to investigate integration of BluGlass' RPCVD technology into LED applications
Australian cleantech developer BluGlass has successfully completed the first evaluation phase of its low temperature Remote Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (RPCVD) technology with LED company Lumileds.
The companies started the phase I evaluation in March 2016.
BluGlass' CTO, Ian Mann said:"These initial demonstrations indicate that the novel implementation of RPCVD we are working on with Lumileds has certain advantages over the standard MOCVD process."
For the next stage - Phase II - Lumileds will further investigate the integration of BluGlass' RPCVD technology into certain LED applications.
BluGlass' RPCVD hardware and processes target the production of more efficient semiconductor devices at lower cost.
The technology, because of its low temperature and highly flexible nature, is said to offer many potential benefits over existing technologies including higher efficiency, lower cost, substrate flexibility including GaN on silicon and greater scalability.
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