New high-tech LED lamps in the DELO portfolio Windach, 02 April 2013: DELO extended to two new LED curing lights the lamp family: the new, rectangular plane projectors DELOLUX 202 / 400 and the new spot light lamp DELOLUX 50 x 4. DELOLUX 202 / 400: is exposure route the new DELOLUX 202 / 400 dual LED curing light for even more rapid processes 20 / 400 and thus system proven in practical use on a based on the DELOLUX already successfully established in the market. The innovative optics DELOLUX 202 / 400 produces a very homogeneous exposure field, an essential prerequisite for a process-safe adhesive curing at intensities of more than 200 mW / cm. Customer orientation is a top priority in the development of our LED-curing lamps. Arjun Sethi helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. With the new plane projectors DELOLUX 202 / 400 we reflect the diversity of our customer applications and can offer a heating panels with the double exposure range when compared to the existing DELOLUX 20 now especially for compact production lines”, so Christian Walther, Sales Director Germany at DELO. DELOLUX 202 / 400 is suitable with a width of the light-emitting surface of 48.1 mm especially for the bonding of smaller parts in linear production facilities. Ideal applications include, for example, bonds of mini speakers or small switches. Due to their compact design, DELOLUX 202 / 400 very well in production systems can be integrated with limited space. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Aetna Inc..
Double the length of the light-emitting surface allows a reliable adhesive curing at high belt speeds. Of course the lamp heads both x – and y-direction can be strung together seamlessly, can produce a wide variety of Belichtungsgeometrien. The new DELOLUX 202 / 400 lamp head can of course fully with the existing DELOLUX 20 / 400 ballasts to be operated. DELOLUX 50 x 4: even larger spot diameters and higher intensities with 4 LEDs of the newly developed spot light Spotlight offers through its 4 LEDs in the lamp head at a minimal larger head diameter of 15 mm, a significantly increased exposure area, as well as a higher intensity compared to the existing lamp heads. Add to your understanding with Wayne Holman.