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another. Its beam angle of 120° ensures that in closely packed arrays the light from each LED overlaps that from its neighbour. The result is an extremely uniform distribution of light. The individual points of light can no longer be seen; instead, the impression is of a single bright strip of light. The LED covers the entire white colour spectrum with colour temperatures from 3000 K to 6500 K. At a colour temperature of 5000 K, for example, it offers a CRI of 72 and an efficiency of around 110 lm/W - perfect for use in industrial applications.


The next member of the family will be making its debut in the summer. Duris E 5 will provide a high luminous flux and package dimensions of 5.6 mm x 3 mm.


Genesis Photonics Places Multi-Unit Order for


MaxBright MOCVD Systems


Veeco Instruments Inc. today announced that Taiwan based Genesis Photonics Inc. (GPI) has placed a multi-unit order for Veeco’s recently released TurboDisc(R) MaxBright(TM) Multi-reactor MOCVD System.


GPI will use the systems to increase capacity for the production of high brightness light emitting diodes (HB LEDs) being driven by applications such as backlighting, lighting, displays, and automotive.


David Chung, Chairman and CEO of GPI, commented, “We have been very pleased with the production proven performance of Veeco’s K465i MOCVD systems already installed in our manufacturing facility. They helped us to achieve LED brightness higher than the industry average. By now adding Veeco’s new MaxBright systems, we will further lower our LED manufacturing costs, maximize our fab space, and accelerate our productivity.”


William J. Miller, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Veeco LED & Solar, added, “It is gratifying to have the MaxBright system selected by GPI, one of Taiwan’s top LED manufacturers. Our customers are resonating with the message that the MaxBright system can deliver more good LEDs for less money than other tools on the market. We are particularly


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pleased that GPI is choosing MaxBright, which further solidifies our relationship with this important customer as they grow their position in the LED industry.”


About the MaxBright


The MaxBright system is the industry’s most productive, lowest cost of ownership MOCVD system available to manufacture high brightness LEDs. Available in a 2 or 4-reactor cluster architecture, the MaxBright system delivers up to a 500% productivity gain and a 2.5x increase in footprint efficiency over the industry-leading K465i system. For more information, please visit www. veeco.com/maxbright


Changelight receives 2,000th Aixtron MOCVD system


The reactors will be used to manufacture high- quality AlGaInP Red Orange Yellow (ROY) HB LED chips.


Aixtron SE has installed its 2,000th MOCVD system at LED and solar cell specialist company Changelight in China.


Bastian Marheineke, Vice President Sales at Aixtron, took the opportunity to congratulate DianMing Deng, President Changelight, personally. “We are extremely pleased to be able to share this historic occasion with such an important customer. Changelight was the first customer to use the AIX 2800G4 in China. Their AlGaInP LED epitaxial wafers and chips are amongst the best at the domestic level in terms of scale, output and sales. In 2010, multiple Aixtron G3 and G4 systems were installed at the Xiamen facility with others at the Yangzhou site.”


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