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ITL Launches Miniature High-Output UV LED Module

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

One of the most powerful UV LED curing arrays on the market is now available for integration into end user design-and-build programmes.

Purpose-designed to support the concept of customer own-build, the new patented LEDZero Module from UK UV LED developers Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) is now available for customers to configure into their own UV LED designs and applications.

Each module contains 25 individual chips mounted directly onto a high-efficiency custom-designed heat sink, with the high-packing density of chips in the miniature component further enhanced by a lens ensuring that UV light emitted laterally is redirected toward the substrate.

Accurate temperature monitoring is effected by the imbedded thermistor, and traditional wire connection is replaced with spring-loaded, gold-plated connector pins. These modules have been well "road tested" in the company's LEDZero Solidcure product and proven to offer bullet-proof reliability.

In addition to its standard 395nm wavelength, the LEDZero Module can also be specified in 365nm, 385nm and 405nm wavelengths enabling close match with the output wavelength of the UV system with material to be cured in special applications.

The compact design which can be easily fitted and removed using a torx key ensures serviceability of the product for industrial uses, and enables clients to configure their own custom arangements

EN 60204-approved and RoHS compliant, the new LEDZero Module benefits from the full support of ITL global offices.

Detailed specification data is available now at



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