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Highly Efficient RED SLEDs at 625-650 nm

Highly Efficient RED SLEDs at 625-650 nm

Superluminescent light-emitting diodes (SLEDs) are very attractive as compact, highly efficient light sources for various applications in the visible red spectral region. EXALOS investigated the electro-optical performance of SLEDs operating at center wavelengths of 625-650 nm with interesting results.

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Superluminescent LEDs enter the Mainstream

Superluminescent LEDs enter the Mainstream

SLEDs, also known as high-power LEDs and “laser diodes operating below threshold,” are semiconductor light sources that have a broadband output optical spectrum, like LEDs, at high power levels, like laser diodes. This combination is valuable in a variety of applications, and as a consequence, these emitters are finding commercial use.

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GaN-based Superluminescent LEDs with long lifetime

GaN-based Superluminescent LEDs with long lifetime

EXALOS VISIIIBLESRGB are designed as reliable high-performance light sources with a long life span. Stable electrical characteristics during the whole lifetime are one of the most essential features for the acceptance of the emerging new generations of next-to-the-eye display technologies.

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Bridge the Gap! Superluminescent LEDs.

Bridge the Gap! Superluminescent LEDs.

Modern Superluminescent LEDs offer distinct optical attributes compared to LEDs and laser diodes and are the preferred choice for imaging applications that call for reduced speckle and minimal interference noise.

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