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Phoseon introduces FireEdge FE300

January 15, 2014

The new line of air-cooled UV LED products target pinning and curing of adhesives, coatings and inks.

UV LED technology supplier Phoseon Technology has announced the availability of new UV LED products targeting pinning and curing of adhesives, coatings and inks.

The new FireEdge FE300 line of air-cooled products offer higher peak irradiance in a similar small form factor as do the earlier generation of FireEdge products. Additionally, Phoseon’s scaling feature allows units to be stacked "end to end" with contiguous, uniform UV output. These units are available in 365, 385, 395, 405nm wavelengths. A hub is also available that allows users to power and control up to five units.

“The new FireEdge FE300 products come in a small body frame for pinning and basic curing applications where space is a premium,” explains Joe Becker, product marketing manager for Phoseon Technology. “Various optical features can be ordered to shape the UV light for edge curing / banding while the exhaust air is directed away from the substrate surface.”

While bringing the three-tiered benefits of UV LED curing (advanced capabilities, operating economics, and environmental advantages), Phoseon’s products are designed to add additional capability with superior performance, integrated control, and outstanding reliability for customer’s tough curing environments.

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