News-Spot | Business News | Dec 22, 2014

Future Lighting Solutions Announces Availability of Philips Lumileds' Newest Luxeon CoB Array

Future Lighting Solutions, a division of Future Electronics, has announced availability of the latest addition to Philips Lumileds Luxeon CoBs, delivering exceptional punch for spotlights and directional lamps. Lumileds’ newest CoB array with a small, 6.5 mm light-emitting surface (LES) enables the highest center beam candle power with the high efficacy and color quality of all Luxeon CoB solutions.

In an expansion of its highly acclaimed Luxeon CoB line, Philips Lumileds recently introduced a compact array that delivers industry-leading center beam candle power (CBCP), the Luxeon CoB 1202s. The array’s small size makes it the ideal choice for designers of PAR lamps and other compact directional lamps. The Luxeon CoB 1202s is also available with CrispWhite Technology, which highlights the richest whites, vibrant reds and colors that pop in retail settings.

“The 1202s lifts the bar even higher by producing light output in a smaller, 6.5 mm LES that was only possible previously in 9 mm LES arrays. In addition, the 1202s does so with a superior CBCP, delivering 65,000 candelas at a 10˚ beam angle,” said Ahmed Eweida, Product Manager for the Luxeon CoB line.

As an added benefit, the Luxeon CoB 1202s is available in a very warm, 2200 K version for applications requiring a candlelight-like glow. Lighting designers are using the Luxeon CoB 1202s to produce highly reliable directional lamps. A full list of compatible drivers, optics and holders helps speed the time-to-market of all downlights and spotlights as well.

For more information about Future Lighting Solutions, Philips Lumileds, the 1202s, and the Luxeon CoB line, visit: www.FutureLightingSolutions.com

About Future Lighting Solutions:
Future Lighting Solutions is a leading provider of solid-state lighting technologies, engineering expertise and online simulation and design tools. Our mission is to facilitate application development and accelerate customers’ time to market. Our comprehensive portfolio includes a broad selection of LED system components, and integrated solutions that enable our customers to manufacture cost effective, energy efficient lighting applications.
We provide one of the widest ranges of LED light sources available today, including power LEDs, mid-power LEDs, low-power LEDs, COB, arrays and LED lines and modules.
Optical solutions, power modules, passive and active thermal solutions, and remote phosphor technologies complete our broad product offering.
Our world-class team of lighting experts, along with our global lighting resource centers, supply chain solutions and network of specialized partners, ensure the highest quality solid-state lighting solutions for customers. The company is a division of Future Electronics. For more information visit: www.FutureLightingSolutions.com.

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