DUV-LEDs: Presentation at ACHEMA highlights innovative NIKKISO development

LEWA's parent company NIKKISO developed deep-ultraviolet light-emitting diodes – or shortened: DUV-LEDs. The NIKKISO experts were supported by none other than the two physics Nobel Prize winners in 2014. At ACHEMA, LEWA offers a presentation on development and applications of this technology.

Deep-ultraviolet light-emitting diodes are a successor technology of normal LED diodes. Unlike the conventional LED technology, light wavelengths from 255 to 350 nanometers are possible. In addition to the large light spectrum, an essential advantage is the environmental sustainability: DUV-LEDs are very energy efficient and much smaller than conventional emitters.

On Thursday, June 18, 2015, Dr. Cyril Pernot (NIKKISO) will conduct a presentation at ACHEMA about the progress in development and applications of DUV-LEDs. In addition to that, a number of concrete applications already using DUV-LEDs will be demonstrated.

The number of participants for this presentation is limited. However, you can pre-register here.

Seize this opportunity and learn more about the innovative LED technology. We are looking forward to welcome you to this event!