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.