Rogers to Feature Printed Electronic Solutions at Printed Electronics USA Show
Durel's durELglo Illuminated Advertising Backlighting Also On Hand.
Chandler, AZ – Rogers will showcase its Printed Electronics and Lighting Solutions at the Printed Electronics USA 2008 show (December 3-4, in San Jose, CA).
Rogers ' Durel Division will showcase its extensive printed electronics and electroluminescent (EL) lighting solutions at the upcoming Printed Electronics USA 2008 show. Rogers offers comprehensive capabilities in screen-printed electronics, achieving feature resolution as fine as 0.1 mm. Print registration is controlled with ±0.2-mm precision. Rogers fabricates double-sided and multilayer designs according to customer requirements, drawing from design expertise in their US technology center and low-cost, high-volume manufacturing facility in China.
Rogers' screen-printed electronic services, which include precision conversion, assembly, and test capabilities, are backed by the firm's strong global sales engineering and technical service support. By taking advantage of Rogers' strategically located warehouses for circuit materials, the Durel Division delivers timely, printed electronic solutions worldwide.
In addition, Rogers will shine a light on its innovative solutions in low-power, electroluminescent (EL) backlighting systems and EL and LED driver integrated circuits (ICs). Visitors can learn more about Rogers' highly reliable, thermal transfer technology for selectively animated lighting used in a wide range of markets. Rogers' new durELgloTM lighting solutions, using DUREL® EL technology, is ideal for Point-Of-Purchase (POP) transit advertising and illuminated billboards for out-of-home (OOH) advertising.
Rogers' Durel Division also provides lighting solutions for wireless communications, portable electronics, and automotive backlighting applications. Their DUREL EL lighting products are complete solutions that include lamps and driver ICs based on patented phosphor technology. Leveraging Rogers' expertise and experience in materials and circuit printing, these devices incorporate proprietary low-noise circuit designs that make them ideal for noise-sensitive applications.
For more information on Rogers' DUREL printed electronics and lighting solutions, visit the company's website at www.rogerscorp.com/durel.