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Lextar Debuts 170 lm/W LED Module, Presenting Industry High Efficacy L2 Solution

Lextar launches LED module lineup at Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Autumn Edition) 2015, bringing high performance (up to 170lm/W), quality and cost competitive products for versatile lighting applications. Lextar’s LED module features Entry, Standard, High Efficiency and Industry series, adopting Lextar’s latest in-house LED components with excellent package efficacy. Thanks to Lextar’s vertical integration capability, it provides customization and quick design service.

Versatile Forms for Multi Applications
Lextar presents its LED module family, including L-series (linear type), R-series (round flood type) and E-Series (finger type). The L-series LED module is also compatible with Zhaga Book 7.

Lextar's LED module integrates LED array, PCB and connectors, and can be quickly designed and simply assembled into luminaire. L-series (linear type) provides excellent flexibility for linear applications with good quality and uniformity of light. Besides, Lextar also offers 3-Step binning. This series comes with multi levels (Entry/Standard/High Efficiency) with different efficacy of 130 lm/W, 150 lm/W and 170 lm/W. R-series (round type) presents high efficacy and standard types for bulb application. E-Series (finger type) provides the solution for flat panel applications with good light quality and low maintenance costs.

Everything in-house Gives both Speed and Flexibility
Thanks to Lextar’s vertical integration from epitaxial, chip, package to SMT manufacturing and R&D, the company provides start-to-end quality control.  Lextar has wide range of its in-house LM-80 certified LED packages and 3-step bin-mixing technology to ensure the uniformity of its LED modules at right costs. In addition, Lextar offers customization and quick design service that meets different customer needs.

For additional information, please visit Lextar.com or contact Lextar at Sales.LT@Lextar.com

About Lextar Electronics:
Lextar Electronics Corporation is a global leader in LED solutions with a strategic advantage of integrating epitaxial, chip, package and LED lighting applications. Founded in May 2008, Lextar is a subsidiary of AU Optronics, the leading TFT-LCD and solar PV manufacturer. With over 1,800 patents worldwide, Lextar is an innovator of product applications, which include: LCD backlights, light modules, luminaire, and various lighting solutions.
To further stretch its market advantage, Lextar acquired LightHouse Technology Inc. in 2010 and Wellpower Optronics in 2013. It currently has 2 manufacturing plants in Taiwan and 2 in China. Lextar’s revenue in 2014 reached US$ 475 million.

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