The XENON S-2200 Pulsed Light system provides state-of-the-art thermal management for researchers working with new nano materials on heat sensitive substrates requiring rapid sintering, curing or annealing. High-energy Pulsed Light systems are designed to help develop effective process protocols for a wide range of industrial applications, such as printed electronics, displays, biosensors, semiconductor thin films, and even emerging 3D printing systems.
Part of XENON’s S-2000 series of rack-mounted sintering systems, the S-2200 is designed to support researches and manufacturers who require the ability to develop protocols over a wide process window delivering high energy pulses at high-frequencies. To achieve an optimum energy exposure, the S-2200 offers the user flexibility to adjust pulse count, intensity and width as required for multiple number of applications. This user flexibility is provided with a touch screen interface allowing engineers to quickly program a pulse sequence of up to 40 pulses, each one with a unique profile for energy and duration. The S-2200 provides a user friendly system that is capable of developing process protocols for a broad range of materials used in applications for research and pilot production.
The S-2200 is designed to research the sintering characteristics of UV light curable nano inks. XENON does not produce inks or pastes, however we have formed close relationships with a number of ink manufacturers that supply materials to the printed electronics industry (see list).