Seren Photonics to Bring Its HBLED Technology in India

Seren Photonics Ltd (Seren) has made its first collaboration agreement that includes terms to bring its unique LED processes to market, but the partner was undisclosed, according to Fusion IP, a university IP commercialisation company that has a 48 % shareholding in Seren.

Under the terms of the agreement, Seren has given exclusive rights to its technology for certain lighting applications in India. The chosen partner has entered in to a collaboration agreement with Seren, which when successfully concluded, will allow the partner to take a licence for manufacture of product incorporating Seren’s processes.

According to Seren, it has used a novel procedure to bring together low cost mass manufactured blue HBLED structures and nano-science to achieve a white HBLED with superior performance compared to current state-of-the-art products.

The brightness (efficacy) of current HBLEDs range from 60 to 120 lumens per watt (lm/W). Seren says adoption of this procedure could see mass manufactured HBLEDs with efficacies of around 200 to 260 lm/W.

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