Abrisa Industrial Glass’s LuxVu™
Anti-Reflection and Transparent Conductive
Coating is Ideal for Heated Optical Window Applications
December 7, 2010 – Santa Paula, CA – Abrisa Industrial Glass, a division of Abrisa Technologies and a global leader in thin film optical coatings and glass fabrication, has developed the LuxVu™ line of transparent conductive coatings designed to keep optical glass free from moisture and fog in Heated Optical Window applications for cameras and displays that operate in rugged, wet, and cold environments. The heated windows also aid in de-icing in extreme weather conditions.
The new LuxVu™ heated glass front window provides a transparent conductive coating that may be combined with a variety of custom display enhancements and coatings. One example being anti-reflection (AR) coatings that help protect the displays while providing higher performance and improved transmission. Additionally, Abrisa Industrial Glass can offer glass fabrication and optical coating services that can be added to the heated optical windows to provide customized solutions including; screen-printing, bus bar, epoxy, strengthening, etching, and special masking.
Abrisa Industrial Glass’s LuxVu™ heated Optical Windows are well-suited for ruggedized outdoor displays, imaging and sensing devices in the field such as traffic cams, ground security cameras, UAV cameras, optical instrumentation panels on air and ground vehicles, and more.
Abrisa Technologies is a recognized global supplier of high quality, fabricated glass components, optical thin film coatings, and custom glass solutions for a wide variety of industries. From our US based Abrisa Industrial Glass fabrication facility in Santa Paula, CA and our ZC&R Coatings for Optics division in Torrance, CA we serve diverse industries such as microelectronics and displays, semiconductor, military, automotive, aerospace, medical, biomedical and scientific R&D. We provide custom specialty flat glass and coating products for applications such as: flat panel display, touch and gesture recognition; visible to IR imaging and surveillance; entertainment, indoor and outdoor lighting; advanced instrumentation; and photonics.