Phoseon introduces FireJet One lamp

Phoseon Technology has introduced a new UV LED curing lamp, FireJet One, that’s said to be one of the smallest yet most powerful available. These lamps are designed primarily for the inkjet, flexographic and screen printing markets.

This FireJet One from Phoseon Technology is a compact UV LED curing lamp.

The FireJet is an air-cooled lamp that produces peak irradiance of 20W/cm². They are available in several wavelengths, including 365, 385, 395 and 405 nm. There are five widths available starting from 75mm wide up to 375mm, and these can be daisy-chained together to create a wider array, apparently up to any size. Phoseon claims that its optics allow for consistent and uniform curing at the substrate surface.

Bill Cortelyou, President and CEO of Phoseon Technology, explained: “This product pulls together nearly two decades of technology development and ushers in the next era for UV LED curing.” He added: “This lamp has it all – high irradiance and power, uniform output and flexible scaling in a small and efficient package. This allows Phoseon’s customers to offer game-changing solutions to their respective markets.”

They should be available by late August. You can find more information from





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