Roll-to-Roll Photon Sintering System
Photon sintering is a new type of printed conductive paste rapid
ZHONGWU Roll-to-Roll Photon Sintering System DESCRIPTION
It is to use metal particles to selectively absorb broad-spectrum ultraviolet light, so that metal particles absorb light energy to achieve sintering.
Since the light energy is only absorbed by the metal particles, the substrate material does not have a significant temperature rise while achieving the sintering circuit, and thus is particularly suitable for various plastic films and paper substrates. It can be used to sinter copper as well as silver inks, and is designed to work with inks from various manufacturers.
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Model PFE-RB150A PFE-RB280A
Number of lamps 1 2
(J/cm2)Maximum illumination >3 >3
(mm)Irradiation area 150×75 280×150
(nm)Spectral range 220-1100320-1100 Adjustable 220-1100320-1100 Adjustable
Discharge mode selection Single pulse, multi pulse combination Single pulse, multi pulse combination
(mm)Irradiation distance 0-100 Continuously adjustable automatically 0-100 Continuously adjustable automatically
(μs)Single pulse width range 100-1900 100-1900
(μs) Pulse width adjustment accuracy 1 1
(μs) Minimum pulse interval 100 100
Electrical requirements 220V±10%, 30A 220V±10%, 30A
(KW) Maximum output power 3 3
Weight (KG) ≈200 ≈300
Equipment size (W×H×D mm) 650×613×1634 800×613×1634
The equipment is able to meet or exceed oven performance in a small fraction of the time, process a wide variety of material/substrate combinations, process large areas, integrate with existing and new roll-to-roll systems or conveyors, and work with challenging low-temperature substrates like PET and paper. Because of these attributes, it is the right manufacturing tool for printed electronics developers and manufacturers who is seeking to cut product costs and improve product innovation.
--Small area covering;
--Change in frequency and power in real time;
--Integrate with industrial ROLL-T0-ROLL printing line
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