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OmniCure AC2 series UV LED curing systems

Excelitas Technologies Corp, a global technology leader focused on delivering innovative, customized optoelectronics, today announced the launch of its new OmniCure® AC2 Series UV LED Curing Systems. This compact addition to the AC Series of UV LED curing solutions supplies outstanding irradiance from an LED system small enough to be included in applications where space constraints restrict access to the substrate and quality cannot be compromised. This small form factor, air-cooled product provides excellent curing uniformity and allows for the adjoining of multiple systems to address any length application or working distance. These systems are ideal for applications such as pinning, edge bonding, cable assembly and other small component assembly.

This newest addition to the OmniCure® AC Series represents our commitment to continuously be at the forefront of innovation and deliver UV curing solutions that provide highest performance with ease of use,” said Oliver Scheuss, Vice President, Solid State Lighting and UV/Microscopy for Excelitas Technologies. “The OmniCure AC2 Series achieves just that by providing a small form factor option while retaining excellent output performance and flexibility for a wide range of applications in the curing of inks, adhesive, and coatings.”

The OmniCure AC275 and OmniCure AC2110 are high-end, compact UV LED systems for customers who are either looking to increase throughput by automating their manufacturing process, or switching to UV LEDs for their particular applications.  Available in 75mm and 110mm lengths, the AC2 Series features custom optics that reduce the output angle of light while providing higher irradiance and greater flexibility at various working distances, making the AC2 Series a superior choice versus competitive options.  Also, the air-cooled product design allows for seamless integration into new or existing production lines, increasing throughput with minimal process interruption and ultimately decreasing costs.