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High Power UV Curing LED System
with Driver Unit and
The Swiveling Mounted
Typical Emission Spectrum of the CS2010 LED
The CS2010 is an advanced UV Curing LED System designed to cure adhesives that need to be exposed to reproducible high-intensity (27 W/cm²) light at 365 nm. Five operation modes allow fine control of the duration and intensity of emission. Up to 10 different settings can be stored in configuration profiles. The integrated power density detector enables calibration of the emission time based on the current power density of the LED.
Five Operation Modes
The integrated power density detector enables calibration of the emission time based on the current power density of the LED source. An acoustic signal can also be activated to generate beeps at determined time intervals. The output of the curing system is SM05-threaded; optics can be easily interchanged to produce different beam spot sizes and shapes.
Compared to conventional arc-lamp UV systems, the CS2010 offers many advantages, like an intense, uniform UV radiation profile and a long lifetime of 10,000+ hours. It requires much less energy, needs no warm-up time, and exhibits low IR heat emission. The system has no moving parts (passive, fan-less cooling) and is maintenance free. Additionally, the source contains no mercury and generates no ozone during the curing process.
Safety glasses are recommended when using our UV Curing LED System. Thorlabs offers several pairs of glasses that are appropriate for use with this system (LG1, LG2, LG3, LG4, LG5, LG6, LG7, LG9, LG10, LG12, LG13, and LG14). Please visit our Laser Safety Glasses page for detailed information about each of these items. Since the correct choice of laser safety eyewear depends upon many local factors that cannot be evaluated remotely, including the beam path, laser parameters, and lab environment, we would recommend that you discuss your needs with your organization's laser safety officer to determine the best option.
*Calculated power density directly at the LED emitter. The calculation is done using the minimum LED power of 270 mW and a chip surface measuring 1 mm x 1 mm.
Software for the High-Power UV Curing LED System