As a means of making our products more environmentally friendly, we are working to promote the sale of products that use less resources and power and with longer service life. Below are a few examples of products we have developed in this fisal year.
The L12531 is a microfocus X-ray source used in non-destructive X-ray inspection of components such as electronics and auto parts.
The structure of the sealed type MFX is further improved with the adoption of a transmission target, delivering high resolution similar to that of a conventional open type MFX while reducing weight by approx. 71% and energy consumption by approx. 91%.
The G13913 Series is a non-cooled indium-gallium-arsenide(InGaAs) linear image sensor with sensitivity in the near-infrared range. By revising the circuits and overall design, HPK has succeeded in reducing this product’s footprint, weight, and power consumption in comparison with conventional products.
Near-infrared rays are widely used in gas, water, soil, and other environmental analysis, as well as food screening. This sensor switches the near-infrared spectrometer from a heavy, fixed-installation design to a lighter, portable configuration.
The NanoZoomer S360 is a digital slide scanner that can scan up to 360 pathology slide samples at once, at high speed, and convert them into high-resolution digital data.
By changing the light source and camera, HPK succeeded in reducing power consumption by approx. 33% compared with conventional products.
The L14147 Series is a series of pulsed quantum cascade laser (QCL) modules. These modules generate wavelengths that match the absorption wavelengths of gases such as methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O).
Because they measure concentrations of these greenhouse gases with high precision, these pulsed QCL modules are used to identify the sources of these gases and to monitor emissions from bio plants.
They therefore play a valuable role in contributing to the earth’s environment.
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