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  • 22 Apr 2019

Phoseon Technology introduces FireEdge FE410 LED curing system

The newest version of its FireEdge line delivers up to 50 percent higher irradiance, power and dose than the original FireEdge FE400

Phoseon Technology has launched the FireEdge FE410 LED curing system.

The newest version of its FireEdge line delivers up to 50 percent higher irradiance, power and dose than the original FireEdge FE400. This, according to the company, will help customers who need increased process speed for improved throughput but still prefer the small form factor of the FE400. 

With built-in intensity control options, the FireEdge FE410 can be used for both full cure and pinning applications such as inkjet pinning, 3D print and adhesives curing. With the segment control feature, FE410 can help users save energy and achieve more precise UV coverage when needed. 

The new air-cooled product offers customers process stability with Phoseon’s patented TargetCure technology that is claimed to provide precise and predictable UV output. 

Phoseon’s scaling feature allows units to be stacked ‘end-to-end’ with contiguous, uniform UV output to fit any application size. The FireEdge FE410 also comes equipped with WhisperCure technology that provides a quieter system with high UV output and small form factor. 

‘The new FireEdge FE410 systems offer advanced features and greater flexibility,’ said Rui Zhou, technical marketing engineer for Phoseon Technology. ‘Customers will have the ability control intensity to a wider range of power levels, control individual segments of the light sources, and scale to any size for easy integration.’

FireEdge FE410 accessories include cables, power supply, hub unit, window frame options, protective cover glass, and extended warranty. Products will be available from May 2019. 

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