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A round up of the latest modules, light engines, lamps and drivers new to the market...


Solder pad concept Osram


CG05 series Neo-Neon


The CG05 series is Neo-Neon’s latest range of modules integrating high brightness and power. Suitable for lamps and downlights, different speci- factions are available in various lumen and colour temperature packages. www.neo-neon.com


Osram Opto Semiconductors has developed a concept for uniform solder pads based on the Oslon family, mak- ing it easier for customers to use LEDs from different manufacturers (second source) and reducing the costs of storage and processes modification. The concept makes the board solder pad design so adaptable that it can be used for LED components from at least two different manufacturers. The con- cept can also be used for metal core, FR4 and ceramic boards. www.osram-os.com


nPola Seoul Semiconductor


With the new nPola, brightness has been dramatically improved by five times over the conventional LED based on equivalent die surface area. The company expects further improvements will increase this to more than ten times existing LEDs. Currently, the brightness of a power chip LED in mass production is around 100 lumens in warm white but this new product produces 500 lumens. As an example, when making a LED bulb for a 60W household bulb replacement, generally, 10-20 LED packages are used, but when this new product is applied, the same brightness can be achieved with only 1-2 packages. www.seoulsemicon.com


C35 LED emitter SemiLEDs


Shwo D series Everlight


The Shwo D series is a surface-mount high-power device featuring high bright- ness combined with a compact size (3.5x3.5x0.58mm) that is suitable for all kinds of lighting applications such as general illumination, flash, spot, signal, industrial and commercial lighting. With standard operating current of 350mA, the Shwo D family can be driven at 1 watt. The minimum luminous flux (lm) of the 1W Shwo D can be up to 110 lm at 6500K(CCT) or 80lm at 3000K(CCT) when driven at 350mA of current. www.everlight.com


The C35 LED emitter incorporates the new Enhanced Vertical LED chip. It features narrow binning, low thermal resistance and a special optical design. The C35 is SemiLEDs’ first series of products to feature new Color-Precision technology, which will offer customers greater flexibility when making colour choices. The C35 can yield consistent colour within a single 7-step, 4-step or 2-step MacAdam ellipse centred in ANSI defined standard colour spaces. www.semileds.com


219B Power LED Nichia


Nichia’s new 219B is a power LED offer- ing 290 lumens at 5000K CCT and an 260 lumens at 4200K CCT. This line of high intensity point source LEDs offers excel- lent luminous efficacy, source brightness and superior colour quality all within a compact footprint. It is an ideal LED for lamps, spotlights, high bays and street/ area lighting applications. www.nichia.co.jp/en/


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