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News-Spot | Business News | Aug 28, 2012

Low-Watt LEDs Set Size and Efficiency Benchmark

Marl International, the UK distributor for Citizen discrete LED components, has launched its new low wattage LED range which sets new benchmarks for ultra-compact size combined with high efficiency and exceptional uniformity for linear and other array applications.

The new Citizen range available from Marl includes the 0.06W CLL801, the 0.1W CLL611 and the 0.2W CLL130 series LED die, offered for assembly as LED-on-Board devices. All three families are ideal for use in arrays where low heat output and exceptional uniformity of brightness are required. Marl is able to supply the die as discrete components, or offer them fully assembled on PCB’s or aluminium clad boards to meet individual electrical and environmental protection requirements.

Believed to be one of the most compact discrete LED devices on the planet, the Citizen 0.06W CLL801 is just 1.6mm x 0.8mm x 0.9mm. These tiny devices can deliver up to 6.5 lumens from a forward current of 20mA at 3.2V, giving an efficiency of up to 102 lumens per watt for the 5000K colour temperature Ra80 device. Colour temperatures of 4000K, 3500K, 3000K and 2700K are also available and a 6500K version is planned.

Marl is also offering the Citizen 0.1W CLL611 and the 0.2W CLL130 series LED die, with the same range of colour temperatures as the CLL801 above. Aimed at linear fluorescent light replacements, the 0.2W LED die offers exceptional efficiency up to 139 lumens per Watt from a package of just 2.0mm x 1.6mm x 0.75mm. The 0.1W device is slightly smaller, at 2.0mm x 0.8mm x 0.9mm and offers an efficiency of up to 127 lumens per Watt.

About Marl International:
Marl International has specialised in the design and manufacture of visible LED indication and illumination components and systems for nearly 40 years. As UK distributor for Citizen, Lighting Science and Bivar and hub of a pro-actively managed international supply chain, Marl has unique access to some of the best Solid State Lighting and Electronics technology in the world. It integrates these technologies into energy efficient lighting and indication solutions. Marl International has world class design and manufacturing facilities, staffed by 120 highly trained and experienced specialists operating from a single site on a dedicated technology park in Ulverston, England. As a unified team, they offer agility, speed, flexibility, and willingness to respond to both needs and expectations as projects evolve and mature through the entire product life cycle. Marl partners with leaders in Defence, Aerospace, Entertainment, Transportation, and Lighting industries in the UK, Europe, North America, and Asia.

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