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24 February 2017

SoraaLaser presenting expanded LaserLight source technology at Strategies in Light

In booth #106 at the Strategies in Light conference in Anaheim, CA (28 February – 2 March), SoraaLaser of Goleta, CA, USA (which is commercializing visible laser light sources for display, automotive and specialty applications) is presenting its expanded light source technology, including LaserLight-SMDs, LaserLight MicroSpot modules with various beam-shaped illumination, LaserLight Fiber modules with dynamic illumination, and LaserLight Fiber modules with remote micro luminaires. These light sources are said to provide unique performance properties and advantages over LED, OLED, and legacy sources in specialty lighting applications.

SoraaLaser's visible laser light sources are based on its proprietary and patented semi-polar GaN laser diodes, combined with phosphor technology. The laser light sources provide novel properties compared with other light sources by combining the benefits of solid-state illumination (such as minimal power consumption and long lifetime) with the highly directional output that has been possible only with legacy technology.

Because the laser light is focused to a small spot on the phosphor and converted to white light, SoraaLaser says that its light sources deliver high luminance and enable safe, highly collimated white light output, superior optical control with miniature optics and reflectors, along with high-efficiency fiber-optic transport and glare-free waveguide delivery.

At Strategies in Light, SoraaLaser will be presenting at 10:45am on 2 March during the session 'Laser Light Sources For Specialty Illumination Applications'.

SoraaLaser is an independent spin-off from Soraa Inc of Fremont, CA, USA - which develops solid-state lighting technology built on 'GaN on GaN' (gallium nitride on gallium nitride) substrates - and was co-founded by the 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physics Dr Shuji Nakamura, Dr Steve Denbaars, Dr James Raring, and Dr Paul Rudy.

Tags: Soraa GaN-on-GaN

Visit: www.soraalaser.com

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