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NEWS ADVISORY: Vixar VCSEL Technology Drives Wide Range of New Applications

- Applications include industrial proximity sensors, laser therapy, medical sensors, gesture recognition and plastic optical fiber

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Vixar designs, develops, and manufactures short wavelength (670nm to 1000nm) Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VCSELs) in a variety of packages for multiple applications. Vixar is building a reputation for designing and developing "hard to do" VCSELs for new applications.

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Vixar has invested heavily in 680nm (red) VCSEL technology, becoming the first to offer product in single mode and multi-mode packages along with multiple VCSELs in power array formats with additional investment in 770nm to 795nm as well as 850nm to 895nm wavelengths.

Vixar is leading the transition from edge emitting lasers (EELs) and light emitting diodes (LEDs) to VCSELs, providing improved product performance along with greater cost efficiency.

Vixar is uniquely qualified to provide multiple markets with leading technology for their specific market defining applications such as gesture recognition, medical sensors, laser therapy, proximity sensors and driving plastic optical fiber.

WHAT:

Invitation to stop by Vixar's booth at the 2014 International CES  show  to hear about the latest technology trends and new market applications for VCSEL technology.



WHEN: 

International CES Show January 7 – 10, 2014 during show hours or by appointment.



WHERE: 

International CES Show – Eureka Park


Venetian Hotel and Conference Center


Las Vegas Nevada


Vixar booth # 74404



WEBSITE: 

www.vixarinc.com

 

SOURCE Vixar Inc.

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