Light Emitting Diode. A semiconductor device consisting of a p-n junction, which emits light. The wavelength of the emitted radiation depends on the bandgap energy of the active area in the LED.
Typical materials: AlGaInN or AlGaInP.
We provide your desired GaN solution – also for LEDs. No matter what size – the smaller the better. No matter what quantity. Precision guaranteed.
Several µLEDs arranged systematically and precisely, e.g. linear, rectangular or square-shaped. Or in a circle. Each µLED can be controlled individually with a frequency of 1 MHz.
Every single LED controllable, pattern creation possible.
µLED coupled fiber
A µLED emitting its light into a fiber to precisely enlighten the correct spot. With very low energy consumption.
A µLED array is driving our newly-developed microscrope.