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environmentally-friendly 3.6 (L) by 3.2 (W) by 3.4 (H) mm surface-mount package that helps meet market demand for thinner digital cameras. The LEDs use a clear, non-diffused lens to provide high luminous intensity within a narrow radiation pattern, providing smooth, consistent optical performance for precise auto- focus functionality. The ASMT-FJ70 devices are orange and the ASMT-FG70 devices are claimed to be the industry’s first green auxiliary flash LEDs in this size range.


“Digital cameras continue to shrink in size while growing in functionality and capacity, and our new auxiliary flash LEDs address this challenge by allowing designers to pack in greater functionality per square inch of the camera,” said Francis Khor, director of marketing for the optoelectronics products at Avago. “The Avago ASMT-Fx70 LEDs provide the best of both worlds, as they offer a small design footprint without sacrificing auto-flash performance.”


The ASMT-FJ70 devices use AlInGaP material technology and feature a 12 degree viewing angle, while the ASMT-FG70 devices use InGaN material technology and provide a 14 degree viewing angle.


Both technologies have very high luminous efficiency, producing high light output over a wide range of drive currents. The narrow viewing angles deliver the long distance illumination and narrow beam pattern required for auto-focus auxiliary flash functionality.


The two modules come in a lead-free and RoHS 6 compliant package and will be shipped in tape and reel to facilitate pick and place manufacturing. The operating temperature range is -40° to +85° C.


U.S. Pricing and Availability


The orange ASMT-FJ70 LEDs are priced at $0.45 each in minimum quantities of 10,000 pieces, and the green ASMT-FG70 LEDs are priced at $0.60 each in minimum quantities of 10,000 pieces. Samples and production


quantities are available now through the Avago direct sales channel and via worldwide distribution partners.


SemiLEDs revenues almost halved


Although the developer and manufacturer of blue, green and UV LED chips and LED components has suffered from poor market conditions, it will continue to pursue the indoor lighting market


SemiLEDs Corporation has announced its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2012 ended November 30, 2011.


Revenue for the first quarter of fiscal 2012 was $6.7 million, a 48% decrease compared to $13.0 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2011.


According to a the conference call hosted by SemiLEDs executives, LED chips accounted for 30% of revenues while LED components were higher at 45%. The remaining 25% of revenue was attributable to mainly luminaires whose manufacturing were outsourced by the company.


«Our strategy of pursuing the indoor lighting market has already proven fruitful as demonstrated by our financial results. While we achieved sequential revenue growth of 27% and we are pleased with our first quarter results, not much has changed, the industry remains very challenging. We believe the steps we are taking will allow us to weather the storm and position us well for when the industry


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