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For this reason it is used in many headlamps of the current Mercedes-Benz series as a lightguide in the curved, torch-shaped daytime running lights.
The use of a lightguide, which can compromise cure intensity, is optional and the emitter can be mounted away from the controller in suitable locations and positions without loss of energy.
The patent was filed in March last year, and is officially called Lightguide With Multiple In-Coupling Holograms For Head Wearable Display.
This system delivers maximum curing energy through a 5-mm diameter lightguide, with an output of over 15 W/[cm.
This system delivers maximum curing energy through a 5 mm diameter lightguide, with an output of over 15 W/cm2.
1997) Use of lightguide spectrophotometry to investigate the effect of postural changes on skin oxygenation in deep venous insufficiency.
The laser comes equipped with the proprietary Lightguide Protection System (LPS) that automatically disables the laser if the sensor detects light emissions due to excessive heat at the tip.
Illumination is accomplished via SMD LEDs on a flexible PCB strip inside a figure dial made of proprietary lightguide material.
For backbone connectivity, we used a combination of AT&T Lightguide Building Cable and associated premises equipment, including FDDI jumpers and ST II connectors, cables and jumpers," said Jim Varga, an AT&T Network Systems national sales manager.
Clip-on lightguide cables will be necessary to achieve data rates above 500 kbits/second, and infrared repeaters stationed in large offices will improve accessibility.
Aptina A-Pix technology is a series of advanced pixel technologies, featuring lightguide, deep photodiode, and 65 nm pixel design rules that cost-effectively advance pixel performance.
The patent relates, not exclusively, to eye pieces for head wearable displays and includes a lightguide, in-coupling holograms, and an out-coupling optical element.