2016-05-05

Maven Optronics Focuses on Thin Phosphor Film Technology to Achieve Wide Beam Angle CSP LED

Maven Optronics successfully developed patented advance thin film coating technology that can be applied in semiconductor manufacturing and even in white LED phosphor coatings that can be made to develop phosphor film products and CSP LEDs. The company is currently rapidly expanding in the European and Asian market. Based on LEDinside observations of flip chip LED and CSP LED market developments, Maven Optronics phosphor film product range is very unique. In an exclusive interview with LEDinside, the company founder and President Dr. Chieh Chen spoke to LEDinside about the company’s phosphor coating technology and related CSP LED applications.
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2014-10-02

‘Smart’ Bandage Emits Phosphorescent Glow for Healing Below

Inspired by a desire to help wounded soldiers, an international, multidisciplinary team of researchers led by Assistant Professor Conor Evans at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical School (HMS) has created a paint-on, see-through, “smart” bandage that glows to indicate a wound’s tissue oxygenation concentration. Because oxygen plays a critical role in healing, mapping these levels in severe wounds and burns can help to significantly improve the success of surgeries to restore limbs and physical functions.
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2013-01-25

Intematix Introduces Remote Phosphor for LED High Bay Lighting

Intematix has announced availability of its reference design for a low cost, high light quality and efficient LED high bay lighting system using remote phosphor technology. Intematix remote phosphors convert light from blue LEDs into white light up to 30% more efficiently than conventional white LEDs. As a consequence of increased efficacy, remote phosphor reduces costs for lighting systems by implementing fewer LEDs and other components and by cutting power consumption. The new 22,000 lumen light engine, based on a novel architecture, exceeds performance levels of traditi...
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2013-01-11

Intematix Introduces Red Nitride Phosphor for LED Lighting

Intematix introduces its XR Series of red nitride phosphors for use in extending the color spectrum of LEDs. XR brings Intematix's total number of long wavelength phosphor offerings to six. Long wavelength phosphors play a central role in extending the color range of LED applications like general lighting and displays including TVs, monitors and tablets. Intematix's product offering includes the XR, Ruby, LWR, ER and R red nitrides as well as the Orange silicate platform. The company holds over 400 patents and patent applications worldwide in LED lig...
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2012-12-18

Mitsubishi Chemical Improves LED Phosphor Supply with Chinese OEM

Mitsubishi Chemical plans to seek for Chinese companies, to contract for its production of LED fluorescent powder in 2013. And the output of fluorescent powder is expected to be twice as current. The Japanese company holds 50%-80% global market share for red fluorescent powder, and it intends to manufacture red fluorescent powder in mainland China, and has invested 400 million JPY to acquire 30% shareholding in Beijing Nakamura-Yuji Science and Technology Co. And the latter will become OEM for Mitsubishi after the completion of technology transfer....
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2012-09-28

Intematix Issued Red Nitride LED Phosphor Patent

Intematix Corporation has been issued its patent covering red nitride phosphor compositions used in LEDs by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The patent was allowed in August and officially issued on September 25th 2012. Intematix’s U.S. Patent No. 8,274,215, entitled “Nitride-based Red Phosphors” is the 18th U.S. patent issued to Intematix in the area of LED phosphors and the 71st U.S Patent overall. “Our novel chemical formulation lowers the concentration of oxygen impurities in the material structure...
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2012-08-31

Intematix’s Red Nitride LED Phosphor to be Its 18th U.S. Patent

Intematix Corporation announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued a notice of allowance for claims on its patent covering red nitride phosphor compositions used in LEDs. Intematix expects issuance of the patent by the end of 2012. Intematix’s patent application number 12/632,550, entitled “Nitride-based Red Phosphors” is expected to be the 18th U.S. patent issued to Intematix in the area of LED phosphors and the 71st U.S Patent overall.   “Our novel chemical formulation lowers the concentratio...
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2012-08-29

Arrow Electronics Becomes Global Distribution for Intematix ChromaLit Remote Phosphor

Arrow Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Intematix Corporation to deliver ChromaLit™ remote phosphor components for LED lighting. Compared to conventional LED designs, where blue chips are coated with a phosphor compound, ChromaLit, now available through Arrow Electronics, uses a phosphor composite separated from the blue LED energy source. This architecture provides reduced system costs, more efficient manufacturing processes, exceptional light quality and up to 30 percent higher system efficacy. “Intematix ChromaLit remote ...
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2012-08-01

LED Lighting Driving Demand for New Phosphors

NanoMarkets has released a new white paper on LED phosphors, titled "LED Lighting Driving Demand for New Phosphors." According to the report, in the next several years, saturation will slow growth for LED-based backlighting, phosphor prices will fall, LED-per-unit values will be reduced, display demand will soften, and backlight-free display technologies like AMOLEDs will take over market share in smartphones/tablets and TVs. However, a major shift occurring in the lighting industry toward more-efficient, longer-lifetime, LED-based lighting...
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2012-07-20

Intematix Prepares to Conduct a Registered IPO

LED phosphor supplier Intematix has intended to conduct a registered initial public offering (IPO) of its common stock. The IPO is expected to commence after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) completes the review process initiated by Intematix’s confidential submission on July 13, 2012 of its draft registration statement, subject to market and other conditions. Phosphors help control LED luminous efficacy and color to bring the technology on a level with traditional lighting. Phosphors used in LED lighting applications will see a market incre...
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2012-06-07

LED Phosphor Industry to Boom within 8 Years

Suppliers for LED phosphor will embrace a good future in 2020. According to some research institute, phosphor used in LED lighting marker is likely to boom. It estimated that the phosphor market value will reach to $525 million in 2012, and will up to $730 million in 2015. By the end of 2019, it may achieve to $1.6 billion. It shows that the compound annual growth rate of phosphor will be more than 17%, mostly attributed to general lighting....
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2012-05-23

SMM Cooperates with Tohoku University Research Team to Develop New Oxide-based Red Phosphor

Lately, Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd. (SMM) has teamed up with a research team from Tohoku University’s Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM) headed by Professor Masato Kakihana, to successfully develop a new silicon-containing oxide-based red phosphor for use in white LEDs. The new phosphor is less expensively than earlier red phosphors and is expected to contribute to higher performance in white LEDs as sources of illumination. The collaborative R&D program succeeded in developing the first oxide-based pho...
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2009-04-29

Intematix expands lighting grade LED line:Cetus E-Series demonstrates industry-leading efficacy

Intematix Corp., a innovator in phosphors, LED components and solid state lighting modules today announced the release of a new series of high-efficiency power LEDs.  The new Cetus “E-series” products boast efficacies of up to 100 lumens per watt (lm/w) for the cool white versions, and 97 lm/w for warm white, and will facilitate wider adoption of LEDs in general and outdoor lighting.
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2008-09-10

Intematix announces Former Cree Global Sales Director Jeff Lagaly to Lead LED-Lighting Business Expansion

It’s reported that Intematix Corp., a leading innovator in phosphors, LED components and solid state lighting modules, has added more top talent with the announcement that Jeff Lagaly has joined the company as Vice President of Sales, LED Lighting. Mr. Lagaly was formerly Global Sales Director for Cree Lighting, overseeing the sales effort that introduced and drove Cree’s XLamp LED line to sales estimated in excess of $100M.
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2008-09-09

Evident to commercialize nanocrystal-based LEDs

It’s reported that Evident Technologies, Inc, a Try, NY-based company that develops and commercializes technology based on semiconductor nanocrystals, has signed a non-exclusive licensing agreement with Philips Electronics. This will pave the way for Evident to commercialize nanocrystal-based LEDs. Evident Technologies is intending to immediately launch a new line of low-power LEDs and LED-based products that use semiconductor nanocrystals as a phosphor.
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2008-05-09

Intematix Introduces Complete Line of Patented Chip on Ceramic LEDs and LED Arrays

Intematix Corp., a leading innovator in materials, phosphors, LED lighting components and integration services, today announced a broad expansion of its product offerings with the introduction of a complete line of patented "chip on ceramic" LEDs and LED arrays.
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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