WINNER: LED Product of the Year

LIA tests show Nanotherm LC runs up to 47° cooler than competing solutions

White Paper: High Efficiency UV LED Enabled by Next Generation Substrates

Case Study: Nanotherm LC - at the heart of Lighthouse LED lighting

Cambridge Nanotherm produces the industry’s most efficient thermal management technology for LED applications and high powered electronics. A patented process creates a super-thin ceramic layer on the surface of Aluminium to form a nanoceramic dielectric with ultra-high thermal conductivity.

This nanoceramic dielectric can be applied as thin as 3µm – many times thinner than conventional dielectrics. The combination of the thinnest dielectric layer in the industry with the highest thermal conductivity yields the lowest thermal resistance of any Metal Clad PCB (MCPCB) substrate.



Cambridge Nanotherm appoints LED expert Jed Dorsheimer to board of directors

Cambridge Nanotherm, producer of innovative nanoceramic thermal management technology, today announces the appointment of solid-state lighting expert Jed Dorsheimer to the company’s board of directors. Dorsheimer’s role as Managing Director of Equity Research, Display and...

Cambridge Nanotherm to present at Strategies in Light, Santa Clara

Cambridge Nanotherm, a producer of innovative thermal management technology and winner of “LED Lighting Product of the Year” at the 2015 Elektra Awards, will be presenting at the Strategies in Light show in Santa Clara (which runs from 1st – 3rd March). Dr Giles Humpston,...

Nanotherm scoops Elektra ‘LED product of the year’ award

Cambridge Nanotherm, a producer of innovative thermal management technology, has won the “LED Lighting Product of the Year” award at the 2015 Elektra Awards for its ‘Nanotherm DM’ product. The industry’s largest technology and business awards, the Elektras is in its 13th year of...

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LEDs Magazine: Choice of materials takes the heat out of LED packaging

LEDs are getting brighter. To meet the demands of the general lighting market, LEDs must match the lumen output of traditional incandescent and halogen bulbs – often within the same form factor – and this mandate presents a thermal challenge, among others… Read...

LED Journal: LED Light Reparability

Think back some months, and picture the following scenario: ‘twas the night before Christmas, and suddenly an overhead LED light in the household went out. And so began a tale from the modern age… Read the full blog 

Electronics Weekly: Predictions 2016: Cool LED lighting

LED lighting is one of the fastest growing markets for electronic components of all shapes and sizes. John Cafferkey, marketing manager, Cambridge Nanotherm, predicts new applications such as lightbulbs which could be wireless hotspots and highlights the importance of thermal...

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