Products, Materials + Tools | Feb 11, 2014

Arima Optoelectronics Releases Big Size Flagship Dice Made by MOLY Substrate

Through the efforts in the second half of 2013, Arima Optoelectronics now successfully launched super-bright red and yellow silicon-substrated dice. This series of LED dice used unique “laser-cutting on silicon substrate” patents owned by Arima Optoelectronics. This year, Arima Optoelectronics has further breakthrough on Arima-exclusive MOLY (MOLYBDENUM) substrated LED

Compared with Silicon substrate & GaAS substrate, MOLY(MO) substrate has better heat conductivity. With Arima Optoelectronics’ epitaxial technology and new mask design, these MO-substrated dice are capable of withstanding high application driving current.

Based on 14 mil chip size, it exhibits a stable performance under 150mA driving current. These new generation MO substrated LED dice are now available in 14, 20 and 42 mils, 3 different sizes.

About Arima Optoelectronics Corporation (AOC):

Arima Optoelectronics Corporation (AOC) was founded in Taoyuan, Taiwan in September 1998. With core competence on MOCVD technology, we are a high quality ultra-high-bright (UHB) LED dice and epitaxial wafer supplier focusing on the high-end optoelectronic market.