Business News | Jun 14, 2007

Lite-On to deliver new LED solutions at LED Lighting Taiwan 2007

Lite-On Technology presents a wide range of advanced LED products for commercial and industrial markets at LED Lighting Taiwan 2007 from June 13 to 16 at Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC).

The products include high brightness full-color RGB LEDs, low-profile LED chips and long-life power LEDs.

Lite-On's high bright full-color RGB LEDs package can be assembled to most specification of high color-gamut LCD backlight. It features a top view six-lead plastic leaded chip carrier (PLCC) package, high brightness and efficiency of up to 65lm/W, and low Rth down to 15 degree Celsius.

The low-profile LED chips are offered in various colors and feature both space and power savings over conventional LED chips. The 0402 LED chip is the smallest chip-on-board (COB) package which saves 60% space, compared to 0603 LED chips. The C199-series LED chip presents the thinnest 0603 COB package in the market.

Lite-On's power LED solutions feature a lifetime of up to 100,000 hours and efficiency of up to 100lm/W, outperforming most commercial light sources. The Lite-On LTM-0407V1Y lamp module is for outdoor sign applications, and provides continuous brightness control and wide supply voltage operation for optimal performance.

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