LayTec receives Aurora Award 2012

Pyro 400 is LayTec’s in-situ solution for precise measurement of GaN real surface temperature during epitaxial growth process. Pyro 400 can be combined with other LayTec in-situ monitoring systems for simultaneous measurements of GaN surface temperature with pocket temperature, reflectance and wafer curvature.

LayTec has announced that its latest product, Pyro 400, has received the Aurora Award 2012 in the category The Best LED Test Equipment.
LEDinside, a Business Division of TrendForce Corp., granted the Aurora award to honour outstanding products for the LED industry.
Tom Thieme, LayTec’s general sales manager, received the prize at the Aurora award ceremony that took place in conjunction with the recent LEDforum Guangzhou, China.
Thomas Zettler, LayTec’s CEO & president, stated: “We are very proud that Pyro 400, our surface temperature measurement tool for GaN epitaxy, received the Aurora prize in the test equipment category. On behalf of the whole LayTec team, I would like to thank all our customers who voted online for our product and the international prize committee for their decision that LayTec’s latest product deserves this honour!”
Pyro 400 is LayTec’s in-situ solution for precise measurement of GaN real surface temperature during epitaxial growth process. This near-UV pyrometry tool provides a new quality of temperature control with an unrivalled accuracy and is of huge benefit in GaN based LED and laser production because it directly correlates with the final devices emission wavelength.
Pyro 400 can be combined with other LayTec in-situ monitoring systems for simultaneous measurements of GaN surface temperature with pocket temperature, reflectance and wafer curvature.