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SETi To Unveil SMD Based 10mW UVC LEDs

The firm will showcase its latest III-nitride LEDs at Pittcon 2014
Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. (SETi) will be launching its latest product in the line of surface mount UVC LEDs at the Pittcon Conference and Expo in Chicago on March 2nd through March 6th, 2014. 

The new SMD consists of a large area single chip device packaged in a 4.2mm x 4.2mm ceramic package that can deliver 10mW of optical power at 275nm.

The current line of surface mount UVTOP LEDs were released at the beginning of 2013 to drive standard 1mW UV LED technology into ultra-high volume applications and SETi stated that the market response has been overwhelming. 

The new 10mW product is designed to further drive down the cost per milliwatt of UVC power for high volume, power intensive applications such as water, air and rapid surface disinfection.

“The new 10mW SMD based UVC LED strengthens SETi’s leadership in the UV LED market and demonstrates our commitment to new high volume market opportunities," says Remis Gaska, President and CEO.

These LEDs are now available for purchase at


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