Completes transfer of production to
“With electric mobility fast becoming the cornerstone of our global transportation landscape, the demand for reliable and efficient EV batteries has reached unprecedented heights,” said
Luna’s THz sensing technology utilizes electromagnetic waves between microwaves and infrared light that can be used to measure multi-layer thickness and density of opaque materials. THz waves are intrinsically safe and non-destructive making their use ideal for real-time monitoring of multi-layer industrial processes like those found in the production of EV batteries.
With high-speed measurements of moving samples, high precision thickness measurements of single and multi-layer material structures, multiple communication protocols and I/O options, dual parallel optical channels for multiple simultaneous measurements in either reflection or transmission, and a powerful and user-friendly, application-oriented software platform, Luna’s model 5600 “T-Ray” is the industries’ only THz solution purpose built for industrial application.
The recent significant order for new units produced in
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