SOLAYER’s “Zero Bow” Wafer Technology Lets Manufacturers Produce Superior Near Infrared Bandpass Filters for 3D Sensor Applications

SOLAYER, GmbH

AVIOR M-300

AVIOR M-300 deposition platform

SOLAYER, GmbH

SOLAYER, GmbH

High-performance filter features

SOLAYER, GmbH

SOLAYER, GmbH

Zero Bow wafer

DRESDEN, Germany, Dec. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SOLAYER today reported that it has demonstrated a Near Infrared Bandpass Filter (NIR BPF) with superior filter properties, enabled by the novel “Zero Bow” technology for thin glass substrates incorporated in its AVIOR M-300 HVM deposition platform. SOLAYER innovates high-performance…

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