KYOCERA introduces customized LED module with a colour spectrum close to sunlight for diverse applications

Achieves excellent rendering of the daylight spectrum and enables a wide variety of applications

Kyoto / Neuss - Kyocera Corporation introduced new LED modules with a colour spectrum very close to natural sunlight as a special lighting solution. The new type of light-emitting diode (LED) is ideal for colour-inspection such as in paint manufacturing, commercial printing, and automotive colour inspection.


KYOCERA Marks 10th Anniversary of “Green Curtains”

Environmental and energy-saving initiative expands to 27 corporate sites, employee and resident homes

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation announced that it is planting Green Curtains at its factories and offices in Japan for the 10th consecutive year as part of its ongoing environmental protection and sustainability activities. The natural foliage of climbing plants creates “curtains” that cover building walls and windows, providing shade for the rooms inside and lowering the building temperature by up to 2 degrees Celsius* while helping reduce the use of energy-consuming air-conditioning systems.


Kyocera, along with RIKEN and Organ Technologies, has launched a joint research to develop a regenerative medical treatment for hair loss, targeting practical use in 2020

The partnership aims to develop technologies and products for treating hair loss by regenerating hair follicles. Because no existing treatment can increase the number of hair follicles, any viable method of regenerating hair follicles has great potential to succeed.


KYOCERA Develops Real Edge 600dpi Thermal Printhead for Card Printing with Enhanced Security Applications

Proprietary design enables printing directly onto ID and credit cards

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced the launch of a real edge 600-dot-per-inch (dpi) thermal printhead for desktop card printers used for rigid materials such as ID cards and credit cards. The KPE Series 600dpi printhead, available worldwide from this month, provides crisp, high resolution printing with delicate color expression.


KYOCERA Develops World’s Smallest Thermal Printhead for Barcode Printing

New KMS Series is approximately 40% smaller and uses 20% less power

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced that it has developed the world’s smallest* flat-type thermal printhead for barcode printers. The new KMS Series consumes 20 percent less power** and is available for order this month.


Inamori Foundation Announces Three Laureates of 2016 Kyoto Prize

Kyoto/Neuss – The Inamori Foundation announced on June 17 three laureates of the 2016 Kyoto Prize for their contributions in the fields of Advanced Technology, Basic Sciences, and Arts and Philosophy. The laureates are Dr. Takeo Kanade, a roboticist and U.A. and Helen Whitaker University Professor, Carnegie Mellon University in the United States, Dr. Tasuku Honjo, a medical scientist and professor at Kyoto University, and Dr. Martha Craven Nussbaum, a philosopher and Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, The University of Chicago.


KYOCERA recognized as “Top Performer” in 2016 PV solar module reliability scorecard

Only solar manufacturer to be named as a “Top Performer” across all tests in both editions of the Scorecard

Kyoto, Japan/Neuss, Germany − Kyocera has been recognized as a “top performer” across all test categories for its solar modules by DNV GL (formerly PV Evolution Labs), an international provider of independent expert advisory and certification services, in its 2016 PV Module Reliability Scorecard released this month in collaboration with GTM Research.



London, UK – May 31st 2016: KYOCERA Document Solutions UK, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, has been appointed as an approved supplier on the National Education Printer Agreement (NEPA).



London, UK – May 19th 2016: KYOCERA Document Solutions UK has introduced an enhanced toner recycling programme, offering a fully branded service that provides free supply and collection of boxes in a choice of two sizes, to complement its existing solution for single toner returns. The UK scheme is part of a unified toner recycling programme across Europe in partnership with LPR who will provide collection and recycling for all Kyocera toner cassettes. Kyocera’s long-life components are designed to minimise waste and provide a low-cost printing solution for its customers through the use of simplified consumables containing only toner powder, which can easily be returned to plastic granules that can be used in a variety of manufacturing processes.

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