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Automotive Headlight Modules

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GOLETA, Calif., Jan. 26, 2023 — LaserLight Headlight Modules from Kyocera SLD Laser Inc. deliver high brightness white and IR dual illumination for night vision and sensing in automotive and mobility applications.

Meant to increase safety and visibility, the laser-based modules deliver full-feature, high-brightness, and high-efficiency low beam and high beam functionality. They provide sharp cutoff, high contrast, and precise beam patterns with minimum glare to maximize driver visibility. The IR illumination enables forward lighting functions including ranging and 3D flash lidar sensing. They offer styling freedom to Tier 1 headlight makers and OEM vehicle manufacturers.
Jan 2023

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