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148 TECHNOLOGY / ANNUAL LED ROUND UP


Figure 15 – GE’s third generation Infusion LED modules


Figure 16: the Havells RefLED Coolfit MR16 50W replacement


Figure 17: The new generation 2 Fortimo LED line modules


Figure 18: The new 3030 LED from Seoul Semi- conductor


CRI 97 emitters to achieve unparalleled light quality, intensity and consistency in highly demanding retail, gallery and showroom applications. Gallery White offers high colour fidelity in warm white light (3000K) and achieves impressive individual R values (R1-R15) to enhance the contrast of retail merchandise, artwork and skin tones. Colour temperature and CRI remain stable over time, temperature and drive current with a 3 SDCM (Standard Deviation of Colour Matching) bin. Available in a range of pack- age sizes for different power ratings from 10W to 80W, delivering between 450 and 3200 lumens output, the emitters are based on LED Engin’s robust and reliable LuxiGen platform that is up to eight times smaller than array-based solutions with the same flux performance. Philips: The Fortimo LED Line Generation 2 is introduced and comes with an effi- ciency upgrade of approximately 10% (up to 150lm/W at nominal current). It offers reduction of manufacturing cost for OEMs, reducing mounting time of modules, re- duced cost with standard bulk wire instead of dedicated LED Line cables, increased flexibility without LED line cables and reduced wiring time with automatic robot wiring enabled. The second generation completes the portfolio with a Fortimo LED line 1ft 1100 lm and a wide range of Xitani- um drivers. The modules are ideal for linear


Figure 19: The Vibrant range from Xicato accentuates colours as shown on the right hand side.


profiles, trunking, waterproof luminaires, and both recessed and surface mounted office luminaires. (Fig 17)


JULY 2013 Seoul Semiconductor: develops two new mid-power packaged LED lighting products, the 5630C and the 3030. These packaged LEDs have been improved dramatically in terms of luminance efficacy (lm/w) and cost efficiency (lm/$). The 5630 package has a light output efficacy of 180lm/W and is an extension of the mid-power LED lighting family. The new 5630C is targeting the high growth segment of LED lighting including bulbs, tubes and panel lights. The new 3030 LED extends the Seoul mid-power offering up to the high-power one watt range by enhancing both the LED chip and package in terms of heat resistance. (Fig 18) Sharp: introduces the 75W GigaZenigata COB with 122lm/W efficacy. The 75W emit- ter offers very low thermal resistance, 0.25 K/W in a single core device to replace HID products. Xicato: introduces the Vibrant Series of modules. The modules are tuned to provide a wider colour gamut ~111 as measured with respect to the black body. Xicato’s colour scientists have not only developed the formula for the new light source but also introduced a simpler approach to under- standing and comparing colour gamut areas.


The indicator for the new method is GAI BB where the BB indicates with respect to the black body. The new Vibrant Series is the first of its kind to be available with standard lead times and makes whites, blues and red visually brighter and bolder without the typical increase in CCT. Texture in textiles are visually richer. The new series finds an immediate home in retail lighting. (Fig 19)


AUGUST 2013 Cree: announces an industry-changing technology breakthrough for the LED street lighting market. The XSPR™ LED Residential Street Light consumes less than 65 percent energy at an initial cost as low as $99 for common applications. The new XSPR street light is the ideal replacement for outdated high-pressure sodium fixtures up to 100 watts and can deliver payback in less than one year. Cree achieves optical control with its NanoOptic Precision Delivery Grid™ optic and also features the same aesthetics as a traditional cobrahead luminaire making it easier to upgrade incumbent technologies for both replacement and new construction applications. (Fig 20)


SEPTEMBER 2013 Cree: launches the new XLamp XQ-E LED family enables lighting manufacturers to significantly reduce the size and total cost


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