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14 October 2016

Phoseon surpasses 60,000 hours of LED lamp lifetime

UV LED curing firm Phoseon Technology of Hillsboro, OR, USA says that its air-cooled LED lamp has surpassed 60,000 hours of operational on-time with irradiance greater than 80% of its original output when the test first began seven years ago.

Phoseon's reliability testing includes highly accelerated life testing, temperature and vibration assessments. The light sources are stressed with decreased air flow, high temperatures and other parameters that mimic the harsh working conditions of industrial LED curing equipment.

"The lamp that has been running for 60,000 hours is the result of Phoseon's technology seven years ago; imagine how reliable the technology is today," notes president & CEO Bill Cortelyou. "Recent advances such as patented WhisperCool technology and TargetCure technology play a very important role in the quality and performance of the product," he adds. "With the development of more than 250 patents, Phoseon has worked tirelessly throughout the years to ensure products are rugged and reliable in even the harshest environments."

The firm reckons that, with more than 50,000 units installed worldwide, no other company has the depth of installations and run hours for commercial and industrial applications.

"With customers worldwide, Atlantic Zeiser relies on Phoseon products to provide process stability and a very long lifetime for their customers," comments Jens Walkerling (team leader Inkjet Development) of Atlantic Zeiser, which provides coding and marking for industrial customers. "Atlantic Zeiser started using Phoseon's LED curing products approximately ten years ago, and continues to be a strong supporter of the technology."

Tags: UV LEDs

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