The S-2200 is a high frequency pulsed light system that can be configured to work with a variety of XENON lamp housings. It provides state-of-the-art thermal management for researchers working with new and thick nano materials on heat sensitive substrates requiring rapid sintering, curing or annealing.
The S-2200 offers the user flexibility to adjust pulse count, intensity and width as required for multiple applications. It is designed for a wide range of applications, including printed electronics, displays, biosensors, semiconductor thin films and 3D printing systems.
“The S-2200 brings an added dimension of flexibility to the market, and allows formulators to choose what they need for their specific applications,” said Lou Panico, XENON Corporation CEO.
The X-1100 is a high-energy, low cost pulsed light bench top system designed and made affordable for R&D. Panico said that the X-1100 brings modularity and economical for production integrators.
“This is what developers want,” Panico said. “We have been asked to focus on reducing the size of the unit while increasing the number of features it offers. At $20,000, this will draw great interest from the R&D field.”
Panico is seeing strong growth in the printed electronics market enhanced by significantly increasing the number of R & D installations with the new low cost X-1100.
There are some similarities between the UV curing market which began in the 1960’s and the printed electronics market today,” Panico said. “It took 20 years for UV curing to get serious traction, and we are seeing the same with printed electronics today but in half the time. We think in the next two years we are going to see many more production applications.”
– David Savastano