Obducat's Sindre 400 SAT-Approved by UniLite

Published on February 10, 2010 at 6:11 PM

Obducat's fully automated system for mass production of LEDs, Sindre®400, has been SAT-approved (Site Acceptance Test) by the purchaser UniLite (previously Luxtaltek).

In 2008 Sindre®400 was launched, Obducat's first fully automated system for mass production of LEDs. The first machine was sold to Taiwan-based UniLite. The system has during a number of months enjoyed use in production at the customer's plant, and Obducat has now received the SAT-approval.

"The SAT-approval means that UniLite confirms that our Sindre®400 system meets the requirements for large-scale industrial production of LED components. Being able to declare that our technology contributes to the changeover to more sustainable energy consumption is gratifying," says Lars Tilly, CEO, Obducat.

Obducat's lithography system renders LED components more effective. LEDs are for example used for projecting light in LCD screens, in instrument panels, and more and more for main lighting purposes.

The Sindre® platform represents a comprehensive nanolithography solution that includes machine and process technology as well as material, and thus making cost-effective production possible. The Sindre® systems are applicable in a number of application areas such as LED, OLED, Display, MEMS/NEMS, HDD, et cetera.

Obducat AB is an innovative developer and supplier of technologies, products and processes used for the production and replication of advanced micro and nano structures. Obducat’s products and services are intended to serve the demands of companies within the information storage, semiconductor, printed circuit board, and sensor industries. Obducat’s technologies include electron beam and nano imprint technology. Obducat has offices in Sweden and the UK, with the headquarters located in Malmö, Sweden. The Obducat shares are publicly traded on the Swedish NGM stock exchange.

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