II-VI Makes 200W Actively Cooled Laser Bars Available

II‐VI Incorporated of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, announced the commercial availability of its 200W, continuous wave actively cooled laser bars. The company says that the laser bars offer greater than 60% efficiency. Furthermore, II-VI says that they enable multikilowatt vertical stacks for optically pumping neodymium-doped solid-state lasers, including those in environments…

Navitas Semiconductor Introduces Reference Design for 65W Adaptor

Navitas Semiconductor of El Segundo, California USA, announced what the company claims to be the smallest 65W USB-PD (Type C) adapter reference design. The reference design employs high-frequency, high-efficiency AllGaNTM Power ICs to deliver 65W.Navitas says that because the design minimizes the size, and weight of transformers. [caption id="attachment_286506" align="alignnone"…

DOE Reports that Solar Industry Acheived SunShot Initiative 2020 Price Targets

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) reported that the solar industry has realized the 2020 utility-scale solar cost target set by the SunShot Initiative of having an average price of utility-scale solar at 6 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh). Now the DOE is looking ahead. In addition to hoping to drive…

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II-VI Makes 200W Actively Cooled Laser Bars Available

II‐VI Incorporated of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, announced the commercial availability of its 200W, continuous wave actively cooled laser bars. The company says that the laser bars offer greater than 60% efficiency. Furthermore, II-VI says that they enable multikilowatt vertical stacks for optically pumping neodymium-doped solid-state lasers, including those in environments …

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glo Orders Aixtron MOCVD System for Micro-LED Fabrication

Aixtron SE, reported that Swedish-American company glō-USA, Inc. has ordered an AIX G5+ MOCVD system. The group intends to commercialize micro-LED (mLED) products based on their proprietary defect-free GaN nanowires technology. glo-USA says such 3D structures allow the growth of mLEDs while preserving the reliability of an inorganic material system. …

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