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Nichia | Awards | Nov 10, 2021

NICHIA’s H6 Series of LEDs Continue to Receive Industry Recognition

Nichia is again honored and humbled with recent industry recognition and awards for its H6 Series of LEDs, available in the 757 Series, the industry’s leading mid-power 3030 LED, as well as various COB options.

LightFair Innovation Award Best of Category – LED/OLED, Chips & Modules awarded to Nichia

Incorporating Nichia’s latest in phosphor, die and packaging technology as well as TriGain® technology from GE Current, a Daintree company, the H6 Series delivers the industry’s highest joint-boost in color rendering and efficacy.  “The NICHIA brand has been at the forefront of lighting innovation for decades and these new additions to the company’s LED portfolio are so exciting because they continue to offer unrivalled high-quality illumination, reliability and energy efficiency,” stated Yuji Itsuki, General Manager of Marketing, NICHIA.  The H6 series takes advantage of a unique red narrow band phosphor technology, among other semiconductor processes and packaging techniques, to deliver LEDs which achieve a color quality better than traditional CRI 90 LEDs with R9 content greater than 50, while maintaining an efficacy better than many CRI 80 LEDs.  “We are delighted with Nichia’s use of TriGain® Technology through their demonstrated expertise in incorporating PFS/KSF phosphor to enable high efficacy and preferred color rendering performance in their H6 LED products” said Melissa Wesorick, GE Current, a Daintree company’s Chief Marketing Officer. 

While the honors and recognition are certainly great, more importantly is the clear interest of the lighting industry and importance being placed on Quality of Light.  This further validates Nichia’s vision and strategy for future LED development.  Fortunately, no longer does there need to be a sacrifice between efficacy and high quality of light, both can be achieved with Nichia's H6 Series of LEDs.

Prior Press Release:
NICHIA’s advanced phosphor technology LEDs deliver industry’s highest joint-boost in color rendering and efficacy

Note: PFS / KSF = Potassium Fluorosilicate

About NICHIA Corporation
Having ‘Ever Researching for a Brighter World’ as a motto, NICHIA takes great pride in being the technology leader and world’s largest LED manufacturer. Founded in 1956 as a specialist chemical producer, NICHIA quickly became the leader in luminescent materials (phosphors). Nichia later developed and commercialized the first high brightness blue LED in 1993 and the first white LED in 1996. Additional nitride-based LEDs in various colors were developed, including ultraviolet and visible laser diodes. NICHIA believes that its products will remain at the forefront of energy efficient solutions throughout the world for years to come.

NICHIA will continue to be a company that makes contributions to the world by evolving its original and unique technologies and ‘Ever Researching for a Brighter World’.

For more information, visit www.NICHIA.com

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