Featured | Components | LED Modules | Industrial | Mar 01, 2018

Samsung LED Introduces New High-Efficiency Linear Module

Samsung launched H inFlux, a linear module designed for industrial lighting applications such as warehouses, factories and covered parking lots where high lumen intensity and light efficacy are required. The H inFlux uses the LM301B, Samsung’s mid-power LED with the industry’s highest light efficacy. The new industrial module features efficiency parameters of over 190 lm/W (4000 K, Tp=55°C).

Samsung announced this week that has just launched H inFlux, a linear module designed for industrial lighting applications such as warehouses, factories and covered parking lots where high lumen intensity and light efficacy are required.

The H inFlux uses the LM301B, Samsung’s mid-power LED with the industry’s highest light efficacy. The new industrial module features efficiency parameters of over 190 lm/W (4000 K, tp=55°C). This represents an efficiency level more than 10 percent higher than Samsung’s F-series Gen 3 industrial light modules which were launched in March, 2017.

The new linear module also delivers superior thermal management.  It provides a high current level and exceptional reliability by coating the LED leads, making the module stable enough to endure harsh industrial conditions longer than conventional linear LED modules.

The H inFlux offers industrial lighting designers a choice of luminous flux levels with a variety of color temperatures and footprints. In addition, it is UL, cUL and CE certified and can be easily adapted to industrial conditions worldwide.

Type

Luminous
Flux
(lm)

Power
(W)

Input
Voltage
(V)

Efficacy
(lm/W)

Size
(mm)

H inFlux_L04

3,960

22.3

22.3

178

560x24x5.9

4,060

182

4,280

192

4,280

192

H inFlux_L06

5,630

32.0

22.4

176

560x24x5.9

5,800

181

6,110

191

6,110

191

H inFlux_L09

7,910

44.6

44.6

177

561x41x5.9

8,130

182

8,570

192

8,570

192

H inFlux_S02

1,980

11.1

11.1

178

280x24x5.9

2,030

183

2,140

193

2,140

193

H inFlux_S03

2,820

16.0

11.2

176

280x24x5.9

2,890

180

3,060

191

3,060

191

H inFlux_S04

3,960

22.3

22.3

178

281x41x5.9

4,060

182

4,280

192

4,280

192

Samsung will showcase the H inFlux at Light + Building 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany, March 18th – 23rd. Visit Booth B04, Hall 6.2.

For more details, please visit https://www.samsung.com/led/lighting/led-modules/industrial-light-module/h-influx/

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