Phoseon Introduces New Near-Infrared LED Lamps
FireJet and FireEdge lamps provide a small form factor, instant on/off and lower power consumption
Phoseon Technology has announced the FireJet and FireEdge Explorer NIR lamps designed for use with curable adhesives, 3D printing and pinning on low migration applications.
These new lamps provide customers with a small form factor, instant on/off and lower power consumption over traditional NIR lamps, according to the company.
“Phoseon's cutting edge NIR LED systems are ideal for novel NIR curable adhesives and R&D on such applications,” said Simon Reissmann, technical marketing engineer for Phoseon Technology. “Further this technology has shown potential in pinning and improving print quality on water-based and hybrid inks (low migration) in inkjet printing before the final curing stage.”
The FireJet NIR Explorer offers high power in an air-cooled package. The 20mm wide window guarantees that the energy is spread wider for a larger dose and exposure time in high-speed applications.
The FireEdge NIR Explorer is the smaller brother of the FireJet NIR Explorer. It offers roughly one fifth of the output power with a 10mm wide rod lens. The small form factor in combination with the more focused rod lens output is ideal to deliver high intensity at 5 to 10mm working distance.
The NIR Explorer systems include cables, power supply, protective cover glass and extended warranty. Products will be available in the second quarter of 2021.
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