Luminus introduces RGBW PhlatLight LED for entertainment and architectural lighting

Sep 14, 2009 Luminus Devices Inc. today announced the introduction of the SBM-160 PhlatLight  multi-color LED available in a surface-mount (SMT) package. This product is ideally suited for entertainment and architectural applications where high optical output and high efficiency are required.

The SBM-160 is a four-chip package consisting of individually addressable red, green, blue and white LEDs that generate more than 1,500 lumens of combined white light. The product utilizes a high-performance ceramic substrate resulting in an industry-leading thermal resistance of less than 1.5 C/W. A protective window covers the LED chips that emit directly into air, allowing for proximity optics that optimize collection efficiency and eliminate unwanted color fringing.

Luminus SBM-160 Phlatlight
  
Available in an SMT package, the SBM-160 integrates seamlessly with standard SMT manufacturing processes and equipment. PhlatLight LEDs are mercury-free, highly reliable and provide a lifetime of 60,000 hours with lumen maintenance of greater than 70 percent. The SBM-160 is available for sampling now with volume shipments starting in November.

Features:
  • High Output – 250+ lumens in Red, 570+ lumens in Green, 100+ lumens in Blue and 700+ lumens in Daylight White (6500K)
  • Capable of creating over 1,500 combined RGBW white lumens
  • Separate, isolated four (4) channel control 
  • Large, multi-chip design with a total emitting surface area of 16 mm2 
  • High thermal conductivity package with a package thermal resistance of only 1.5 C/W per die
  • Lumen maintenance of greater than 70% after 60,000 hours 
  • Variable drive current from less than 1 A to 4 A per LED
www.luminus.com

Author:  Yaroslav Oleksenko

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