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LED Modules Used in Topology

LED modules are standardized or customized LEDs that consist of several LED-bearing circuit boards. These are readily used by manufacturers of display and signal light technology. The boards to the attached diodes can have many possible shapes. By varying the dimensions, mounted components, and wiring, the housing shapes can be varied with relative freedom. Furthermore, the first LED modules which could someday replace conventional lamps already exist: The socket-mount LED module. It combines LED, necessary electronics, and the standard base to form a complete lamp that may be used in exiting luminaries housing.

LED modules were hand assembled in a "free-wire" topology to maximize sealing around devices by silicones. Future assemblies will use alumina hybrid circuit substrates and a solder-reflow process for greater strength and reliability. We can show you a completed chip implant assembly soaking in sterile saline prior to implantation. The LED module is attached to the chip with three fine wires that are over coated with silicone. The LED module is also attached to the power supply with two coated wires strain relieved by a silicone impregnated fiberglass ribbon.

There will be a small stainless steel plate pre-drilled with two mounting holes for fixation to the skull. The LED Module will also be mounted on this stainless steel plate. Once that is in place, the fine wire interconnects to the sub-Dural chip will be strain free. Another improvement will be to use hybrid circuit assemblies for producing the power supply regulators and the LED module that will greatly improve the mechanical stability of the assembly.

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