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Friday 3rd February 2012
The firm's gallium arsenide space solar cells, have now reached an efficiency of up to 28 percent. The firm says this makes them more than twice as efficient as the solar cells currently used for roof installations
Friday 3rd February 2012
The firm's foundry services, include high-efficiency and low-noise gallium arsenide processes and 0.25 µm gallium nitride on silicon carbide services
Friday 3rd February 2012
The new LUXEON H makes it possible to develop cost effective, compact LED bulb solutions for space constrained bulbs like GU10s and candelabra bulbs
Thursday 2nd February 2012
The firm's technology is a fresh approach to increasing the amount of light created at the very heart of a white high brightness nitride-based LED
Thursday 2nd February 2012
Advancement in R&D and manufacturing efficacy is accelerating the advancement of CIGS thin film technology
Wednesday 1st February 2012
Confirmed by the Instituto de Energía Solar of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Semprius' gallium arsenide based multi-junction cells have been independently verified
Wednesday 1st February 2012
NanoMarkets forecasts revenues from CIGS panels will reach $4.4 billion by 2017
Tuesday 31st January 2012
The thin film solar cell conference will present leading CIGS players on February 1 and 2, 2012, in San Francisco
Friday 27th January 2012
Changing the sputtering system from planar to rotary targets increases the target utilisation from about 30 to 75%
Thursday 26th January 2012
Powerex is introducing two new split dual silicon carbide devices which are designed for use in high frequency applications power systems. They are ideal for use in fans, pumps ,UPS, high speed motor drives as well as electric vehicle and aviation systems
Thursday 26th January 2012
The LED, grown on an aluminium nitride substrate, is designed specifically to simplify solution design and reduce costs
Thursday 26th January 2012
The gallium arsenide QWI based devices are designed for defence, medical, and industrial applications and thulium holmium pumping applications
Thursday 26th January 2012
The two firms will install complete and fully integrated III-V multi-junction solar cell systems for agricultural applications
Thursday 26th January 2012
Instrument Systems is launching a new series of CCD array spectrometers and a current source. Both have been specially designed to assess LEDs
Wednesday 25th January 2012
The facility will expand the firm's gallium arsenide, indium phosphide and germanium substrate manufacturing capacity. It will complement the company's current 190,000 square foot facility in Beijing
Wednesday 25th January 2012
The 910nm to 1070nm phosphide based diodes deliver the highest power levels
Tuesday 24th January 2012
The 4- and 6-inch gallium nitride substrates are suited for manufacturing advanced high-brightness LEDs and power-efficient controllers for the electric vehicles and energy markets
Tuesday 24th January 2012
A standout performance in 2011 has raised expectations but only a few manufacturers like Solar Frontier, Avancis and Solibro are likely to succeed
Tuesday 24th January 2012
Following the successful synergies between 3S Photonics, Avensys and Manlight, the Group is uniting these three companies as a single entity
Tuesday 24th January 2012
The firm says earth abundant materials hold the promise to reduce the cost of thin-film solar cells including CIGS technology
Tuesday 24th January 2012
The designer and manufacturer of optical transport systems intends to drive growth and strengthen its leadership in high speed optical technology
Monday 23rd January 2012
The firm says R&D is its future and patents heighten its competitiveness. The firm anticipates increased business activity from its LED lighting solution, Acrich2, as it goes into production
Monday 23rd January 2012
With high-speed modulation capability, the semiconductor lasers are suited for applications in the field of life science and biomedicine.
Monday 23rd January 2012
The firm's latest detectors are based on indium gallium arsenide, MCT and broadband indium antimonide arrays suited to SWIR cameras for medical, scientific and industrial markets