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SALT LAKE CITY, May 21, 2014 — Terahertz Device Corp.’s QuiC SLED, a line of quantum interband-cascade superlattice LEDs, brings bright, fast-switching light to the MWIR atmospheric window.

The LEDs emit 4.25-µm wavelength light with peak power above 2 mw and an emission peak overlapping the carbon dioxide absorption line. The devices cover mid-IR wavelengths from 3 µm to 15 µm.

QuiC SLED enables applications in the chemical, thermal imaging and biophotonics industries, among others.
May 2014

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