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  • Understanding Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFL'S)
    white light providing a backlight, with the capability of a full spectrum of color filtered out and displayed. In addition to back lighting, CCFL's provide visible and ultraviolet energy for scanning and detection applications in portable devices. Lamp size (diameter and length) substantially
  • Mini-D2T & CHEM2000 (ISS-UV-VIS) Lamp Replacement
    The Mini-D2T and CHEM2000 ISS-UV-VIS light sources emit ultraviolet and visible light at approximately 200-1100nm. The lamp for these light sources has a lifetime of 800 to 1000 hours of standard use and must be replaced after its life ends or when it becomes weak and unstable. The following
  • Optical Properties of Aluminum Oxide: Determined from Vacuum Ultraviolet and Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopies
    Alumina has a variety of applications as a structural ceramic and as an optical material, for example, in sodium-vapor arc lamps and in thin-film devices. The latter applications make use of the electronic structure and bonding present in alumina. For an understanding and improvement
  • Medical Device Link .
    . Notably, each of the gas boxes functions independently of the others irrespective of its power or operational status. Program editing or removal can only be carried out with the password-protected control unit. iti , 13 Alexander Rd., Ste. 2B, Billerica, MA 01821. An ultraviolet lamp offers brilliant
  • MICRO: Facilities Technologies
    . Aside from the cost of the water itself, producing DI water involves ultraviolet lamps, filters, pumps, and recirculating systems, which require energy to operate. It is also costly to remove effluents via a water-treatment plant. Reducing DI-water consumption by 1000 gallons lowers power use by about
  • MICRO: Defect Analysis
    suggests that new inspection approaches are needed. A deep-ultraviolet (DUV) laser-based bright-field inspection technology developed by Applied Materials (Santa Clara, CA) was used to characterize two advanced DRAM process modules. The inspection method enabled engineers to address specific
  • Medical Device Link .
    and low energy use. The major benefit of ultraviolet (UV) curing is that it is a cure-on-demand process. The adhesive will not cure until the UV light hits it, and when that occurs, it takes only seconds to form a complete bond. The process is fast, solvent free, and economical. UV curing has come
  • Calibration of the Broad Band UV Radiometer
    Mounting concern about the ozone layer depletion and the potential ultraviolet exposure increase accelerate the need for an accurate ultraviolet radiation monitoring. To assure the accuracy of measurement the instrument has to be well characterized and the calibration procedure has to be designed
  • UV Curing Adhesives and Potting Compounds
    Recent advancements in ultraviolet curing have given engineers a new opportunity when choosing adhesives, potting compounds, coatings, and sealants. Until now, most of these systems were either two-component systems requiring mixing, one-component heat cure systems, or solvent-based systems

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