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Laser Components IG, Inc., a leading NAFTA distributor of high technology semiconductor pulsed lasers, detectors, high power laser optics and polarizers; and OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, Inc., one of the worldwide leaders in semiconductor diode laser technology; today announced a franchise distribution agreement throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico effective May 1, 2007.
In addition to the world's smallest and first surface-mountable high-power laser for continuous wave mode (cw mode), OSRAM Opto Semiconductors will be presenting water-cooled vertical laser stacks and laser bars in standard “CS mount” casings for the first time in Europe in Hall B1, Stand 402.
Brightness values of over 300 lm have been achieved by OSRAM Opto Semi-conductors with a red 1 mm² chip featuring the latest InGAlP thin-film technol-ogy. The chips are designed primarily for projection applications, bringing a real boost in brightness to this sector. They will be used in Dragon and Ostar LEDs.
In the Best Innovator competition 2007, sponsored by A. T. Kearney and Wirtschaftswoche magazine, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors was the overall winner in all five categories of innovation management.
The new OSTAR Headlamp LED is now more than twice as bright as its predecessor, which at 250 lm was already one of the top performers in its class.
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Leica Microsystems introduces the Leica DM1000 LED, the latest addition to Leica's successful DM series of microscopes for cytology, histopathology, and other clinical and biomedical laboratory applications.
The newest Sapphire laser from Coherent, Inc. is a small-footprint OEM laser delivering 50 mW (CW) of output power at 488 nm.
Coherent Inc. has announced that it started shipment of the LAMBDA SX 315C excimer laser which is designed to dramatically reduce costs while increasing both yield and throughput in flat panel display (FPD) manufacturing.