Phoseon Introduces RX Starfire MAX UV Curing System at SGIA 2007

Share Article

Phoseon's RX Starfire MAX UV curing system offers significant UV power increases enabling customers to achieve full cure of a variety of inks well suited for UV inkjet applications.

Phoseon has responded to their customers' request for more power to enable faster UV cure times and to enable applications for full-curing of UV inks

Phoseon introduces its latest product - the RX Starfire MAX UV light source for UV curing applications. The new product will be shown in Phoseon's booth, number 1126, at SGIA 2007 (October 24th-27th) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. This new product offers significant increases in UV peak irradiance compared to other UV-LED based systems in the market while maintaining the high quality and performance for which Phoseon products are known. The RX Starfire MAX continues the Phoseon tradition of innovation in bringing ever higher capability "industrial strength" UV solutions to market at competitive price levels.

Like all RX Series products, the RX Starfire MAX utilizes Phoseon's Semiconductor Light Matrix (SLM) technology which combines a dense array of light emitting semiconductor devices (UV-LED), with high tech micro optics and micro cooling in a cost-effective MOEMS (micro opto electro-mechanical system) package. SLM Technology offers low cost of ownership, low energy consumption, increased productivity and long lifetime. Phoseon's RX Series of SLM based UV Light Systems provide significant advantages over traditional lamp systems for various applications, including inkjet printing, coatings, adhesive curing, and many more.

"Phoseon has responded to their customers' request for more power to enable faster UV cure times and to enable applications for full-curing of UV inks" said Bill Cortelyou, Phoseon CEO. "In addition, as with all RX Series products the RX Starfire MAX UV light system is environmentally attractive not only for its low energy consumption but also because of its mercury and ozone free operation."

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

TOM MOLAMPHY
Visit website