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opportunity to work with leading researchers at Griffith University to commercialise their SiC- on-silicon technology,” said William Johnson, president and CEO of SPTS. “Providing production knowledge to this collaboration and helping to develop and deliver new materials processing technology is an important business strategy. This JDA further enhances the portfolio of offerings to our served markets and will help to broaden our customer base.”


Luminus launches HB-LED for general lighting


The firm’s new white SSM-80 big chip LED expands its family of products for indoor lighting applications.


Luminus Devices is marketing the SSM-80 LED, a high efficacy and high brightness warm white LED for general lighting based on its Phlatlight technology.


input drive condition of 1A and 12V, which makes it electrically compatible with a wide array of commercially available off-the-shelf drivers and ballasts. Other features include a thermal resistance less than 1.0°C/W and an L70 lifetime greater than 60,000 hours.


The SSM-80 is ideally suited for a variety of applications including spot lighting, narrow beam down lights and focused general lighting applications where high performance and high efficacy in a standard surface mount package are needed. The SSM-80 is available for sampling now with volume shipments starting in late summer.


Luminus and T-Opto reveal high output LED


The new SoloLux “Plug & Play” Module is ideal for high lumen general lighting applications that require a 175W metal halide source.


Luminus Devices and T-Opto, a Division of Toyota Tsusho America, are introducing the SoloLux high output LED module, a high efficacy sub-system for high lumen general lighting applications that typically utilise a 175W metal halide source.


The product is designed for indoor directional and spot lighting applications and will have an initial release in warm white colour points of 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K. At these warm white colour points the SSM-80 can achieve up to 100 LPW at 350mA, and more than 1,600 lumens at its top end rated drive condition.


“In a direct response to the demands of our general lighting customers and a rapidly growing market, the SSM-80 combines high lumens and high efficacy in a small emitting area, which enables tight beam control and provides new degrees of creativity and innovation for spot lighting applications,” said Chuck DeMilo, Global Director of Product Marketing for the Lighting Business Group at Luminus Devices. “It enables lighting fixture designers to achieve light intensity levels for applications such as retail track that approach the levels of ceramic metal halide.”


The SSM-80 is tested and binned at a nominal


SoloLux is designed for indoor and outdoor installations requiring many thousands of lumens such as parking area, roadway, canopy, high bay and high ceiling down lights. The patent-pending module produces up to 6,500 lumens from a single source, which reduces fixture cost and complexity when compared against alternate solutions that use arrays of low power LEDs.


“SoloLux sets a new standard for LED modules by providing the lighting community with a single source, field upgradeable solution with real optical punch,” says Jim Hunter, Vice President and


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