Products, Materials + Tools | May 14, 2010

Marktech Introduces COB Ceramic LED Assemblies and Arrays for High Temperature and High Reliability Applications

Marktech Optoelectronics a leading supplier of materials, optoelectronic components and assembly services, today announced an expansion of its product offerings with the introduction of custom "chip-on-ceramic" LEDs and LED arrays.

This newest line of custom assemblies leverages Marktech's recognized expertise in component and material development to offer manufacturers and integrators reliable, high-efficiency ceramic LED components across a full range of color temperatures. The chip-on-ceramic LEDs are available in configurations from 4 to hundreds of chips in series or parallel, as well as series/parallel combinations. Marktech has also expanded its full service integration and production capabilities, and is capable of volume production with a range of chip-on-ceramic and integrated light engines/modules to support the needs of the medical and military industries.

With over 25 years of experience in the optoelectronics industry, Marktech has the capability to produce custom chip-on-ceramic devices in a wide variety of package styles and wavelengths to create the ideal module or array for your specific application. Marktech's applications and technical engineering staff can assist you in choosing the best combination of die and package type to build devices that are matched to your application specifications. From prototyping and design to custom assemblies and testing, we have the experience necessary to bring a concept through to production.

To find out more about our custom assembly options contact Marktech Optoelectronics at 800.984.5337 or visit our website at www.marktechopto.com for additional information.

About Marktech Optoelectronics:
Marktech Optoelectronics is an engineering and design group with over 25 years of optoelectronics experience. We continue to focus on the latest state-of-the-art technologies incorporating III-V materials, components and assemblies in order to provide innovative solutions that are designed to meet the needs of our customers.

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