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Nichia Expands Its Successful E17 Series with Color Versions

The expansion of the E17 LED series from Nichia, the world market leader in LED technology, comprises four individual colors (red, green, blue, amber). The standardized chip scale package makes it possible to string the LEDs closely together. The lateral frame around the chip of the LEDs ensures that no optical crosstalk occurs. In addition, the LED chip is contacted directly thanks to flip-chip technology. This has the decisive advantage that the heat generated is transferred directly to the aluminium board.

Nichia uses phosphor conversion for the colored E17 LEDs. This means that a blue LED chip is always used, which in combination with a special phosphor layer emits the desired color. The existing portfolio of monochromatic color LEDs, whose respective light color is created by a special semiconductor material, has thus been sensibly expanded.

Since the chips used have the same electrical properties (wavelength, forward voltage, directivity, height), the E17 series LEDs are perfect for applications with a wide color spectrum. This enables RGBW or even RGBWA modules, for example. The color-flexible LEDs also open up completely new possibilities in architecture and interior design.

Further information as well as samples of the new color versions of Nichia's E17 series are available from Lumitronix, the official Nichia distributor in Europe. Contact us via the Lumitronix contact website

About Lumitronix:

Lumitronix has been one of the leading specialists for LEDs and LED products for many years. As a competent partner for the industry, Lumitronix possesses a broad range of application knowledge from numerous fields. The Swabian company based in Hechingen has ISO 9001 certification and is also the official distributor of market-leading manufacturers of LED technology. Lumitronix is not only engaged in the distribution of LED products, but also develops and manufactures in-house according to customer-specific requirements. Quality Made in Germany. For additional information, please visit b2b.lumitronix.com/en/

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