New Technology Conference Highlights Growth of UV LED Curing

UV LED Curing

Ultraviolet light emitting diode (UV LED) technologies are rapidly being adopted and used in a variety of applications; this progression is increasing year-over-year and continues to gain momentum. Significant improvements in the design and reliability of UV LEDs, especially within the UV-A wavelength range (320 – 400 nm), has accelerated their adoption.  The inaugural UV…

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UV LED Performance Improvements Accelerate Market Adoption

Ultraviolet (UV) Phototherapy

The promise of greater efficiency and reliability over a long lifetime has enabled LEDs to penetrate almost all lighting markets. They’re being installed in residential, industrial, healthcare, and office applications. Almost everywhere we go, LEDs are illuminating the environment. While visible LEDs are rapidly being adopted, manufacturers have been slow to embrace LEDs that operate…

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5 New UV Bandpass Filter Glasses

UV Nondestructive Testing Aerospace

  In response to growing industry demand, we have expanded our ultraviolet (UV) filter glass product line. We’re excited to share with you five new ultraviolet (UV) bandpass filter glasses; 1072, 1021, 1061, 1062, and 1091. These filter glasses can easily be substituted into your existing product specifications. They all have high transmittance in the UV-A…

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Join Us at Photonics West 2015!

Photonics West 2015 IYL Celebrate Light

If you’re involved with photonics research or light-based industries, you’re probably looking forward to the start of SPIE Photonics West on February 7, 2015. We definitely are. As the largest laser, photonics, and biomedical optics conference in North America, Photonics West brings together more than 20,000 attendees for 5 days of presentations, courses, and special…

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Could UV Light Technologies Help Prevent Hospital Acquired Infections?

Germicidal UVC Light in Clinical Lab

  The Ebola virus continues to spread through West Africa, with new outbreaks surging in Monrovia, Liberia. Healthcare workers are struggling to contain the spread of the virus and unfortunately they risk contracting the virus in their efforts to care for those infected. Increasingly, there are reports of healthcare workers returning home – infected with Ebola. In…

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