2019-01-23

Ushio Develops High-output LEDs Emitting 160mW Visible Near-infrared Light

Japan-based Ushio Opto Semiconductors announced that it has developed a broadband LED that produces an output 160 mW over a wide bandwidth between 400 and 1000 nm, covering the range from visible light to near-infrared light. According to the Ushio Opto Semiconductors, the near-infrared light are widely applied in food scanning and medical field. In addition, the demands for portable measuring devices such as blood oximeter are rising. On the other hand, light that extends from the visible region to the near-infrared region where the wavelength is about 1000 nm matches th...
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