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New Line of Multichip LEDs Launched by Marktech

Marktech is pleased to introduce its new line of multichip LEDs.As electronic products continue to evolve technologically and the push for miniaturization continues, space constraints for electronics continue to be a concern for design engineers.

Marktech has long specialized in chip on board (COB) solutions where multiple LED die can be placed into a small amount of space offering many advantages to standard packaging. In addition to using COB technology for illumination purposes, emission and detection functions of a sensor application can be greatly enhanced. With the ability to pack more light emission or light detection chips into an area, performance of the circuit can greatly increase.

Our multichip devices come in a variety of packages including TO-18, PLCC, TO-5 and surface mount. These devices hold anywhere from 2 to 7 die and are available in our selected standard die (UV through SWIR Short Wave Infrared) or can be modified to the customer’s specification which includes power and wavelength sorting. Our standard multichip LED product is available through Digi-key.

For more information contact Patty Wrobel at Marktech Optoelectronics, 3 Northway Lane, Latham N.Y. etc.

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