Since 1996
 SUN MEDIA has installed Microfab Inkjet Printer (Jetlab 4 XL ) for printed electronic devices like Solar cells and thin film transistors and also a new Xenon Photonic Curing System ( Sinetron 2000-S ) for Sintering of Nanoparticles at IIT Powai, Bombay.     
Xenon has provided high-energy pulsed-light lamps and systems for the production of medical devices, optical storage media, and displays. The SINTERON 2000 can generate pulsed light for photonic sintering of nanoparticle inks on low-temperature substrates and low-temperature curing of thinfilm substrates (e.g. organic photovoltaic, OLED displays and multi-layer flexible circuits). Xenon has developed products with extraordinary ranges of power and system flexibility.
Key features of SINTERON 2000
Adjustable pulse width: 500 – 2000 us
Adjustable pulse energy: 180 – 1500 Joules
Flashlamp wavelength selections
Sintering area: 1.9 x 30.5 cm
Detail Description
The SINTERON 2000 is a 19-inch rack unit comprising four bays that house the power supply, the controller and two pulse forming network (PFN) bays containing two PFN each.
The energy into the flashlamp can be controlled by adjusting the voltage and pulse duration.
Once the pulse duration has been selected, the voltage can be adjusted by a dial on the controller bay. An LED display shows the voltage set. Care must be taken to ensure that the voltage set is within the safe operating range for the lamp.
The SINTERON 2000 includes circuit breaker emergency-stop and interlocks for safety. It also has LED indicators on the PFN modules to indicate presence of power. For user safety, ensure that the PFN LEDs are OFF and the power is switched OFF before opening the rear of the rack unit to configure the circuit. There is 8U spare rack space in the SINTERON 2000 for expansion and other equipment.
Sintering conductive nano and flake inks
Curing thin-film substrates
Surface Modification
    © All Rights Reserved - S.U.N Media Ventures Pvt. Ltd. Site Designed by - Momentum ads