DELO Line Lamp Offers Intensity in Adhesive Curing

DELO, Sudbury, Massachusetts, has developed a line lamp for curing adhesives and other multifunctional polymers.

DELOLUX 301 offers high curing speeds and great flexibility for integration into production systems. This lamp is suitable for highly automated processes in small and narrow production lines, like those found in consumer electronics assembly. It also can be used in the lamination of thin-film solar cells. DELO adds another form factor to its wide variety of area and spot lamps.

Thanks to its very high intensity of up to 30 W/cm², the DELOLUX 301 not only enables maximum speeds for curing adhesives and other multi-functional polymers, but also allows large working distances of up to 100 mm from lamp to components. The DELOLUX 301 can be operated as a single head or be seamlessly combined to form a larger array. When the lamp heads are combined in up to three directions, users can easily implement individual as well as homogeneous exposure geometries. The lamp is available with wavelengths of 365 nm, 400 nm and 460 nm, making it suitable for UV-curing as well as light-curing products.

DELOLUX 301 has a service life of more than 20,000 hours. This plug-and-play lamp head are controlled and supplied with power via the basic units of the DELOLUX pilot A series, which are available as touch and PLC-capable models. Both models feature automatic temperature compensation so the LEDs deliver constant intensity even as they heat up.

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