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Did you know that printed electronics need special light sources?

19.01.2016

Printed electronics and printed functionalities are on the rise, in the form of RFID (radio frequency identification), as part of telephone or credit cards (smart cards), as copy protection or as security features in ID cards.

To produce printed electronics, organic or metal-containing inks are applied on plastic foils, paper or glass.

Drying, curing and sintering are methods required to achieve the desired conductivity or semi-conducting or dielectric properties.

UV lamps or LEDs and flash lamps with intelligent control units are used for this.


Depending on the application, the optimal emitter is chosen, so that the wavelengths suit perfectly to the ink and the substrate.

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