Light Pipes Formed With High Contrast Material

Nov. 1, 2003
High contrast, 94V-O-compliant polycarbonate material developed by GE is used to produce light pipes that are white-diffused in off-state appearance and take full color when in the on state. The second-generation material is said to provide a 60%

High contrast, 94V-O-compliant polycarbonate material developed by GE is used to produce light pipes that are white-diffused in off-state appearance and take full color when in the on state. The second-generation material is said to provide a 60% improvement in contrast ratio for light transmitted by SMT and through-hole LEDs. The higher contrast ratio also has the ability to advance use of indoor displays, office equipment, motion sensors, and other applications. The material is available by special order. For more information, call Anthony Vilgiate at BIVAR INC., Irvine, CA. (949) 951-8808.

Company: BIVAR INC.

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