Products, Materials + Tools | Feb 03, 2012

Optogan Announces the Scalable World Class 500W LED Lighting Module X10

Optogan will present its new high power Chip-on-Board module, X10, which is based on the vision of scalability and lean processing for luminaire manufacturing at the embeddedworld 2012 on February 28, 2012 at 3.30 pm. The 50 segment modular system covers 10 to 500W at about 100lm/W.

The X10 is a COB-block, consisting of 50 segments, can be easily divided into LED elements of smaller sizes and power, and each of them can be used in separate light fittings. The smallest segment of Optogan´s X10 consists of a 1cm² ceramic board and consumes 10W (1A, 10V), with efficacy levels already exceeding 100lm/W.

The connections of the sub-modules are opened, where required, either by industrial means, or a simple mechanical operation. Due to various sizes and forms of the elements, they can be used in halogen lamp analogues, light fittings, fixtures with reflectors, as well as in industrial or street lights. The ceramic base and product material selection is based on long life performance by design.

“X10 represents Optogan’s new flagship, offering modular solutions, economical and simple to use, for that additional degree of freedom in lighting design. Coupled with state of the art module efficiency over 100lm/W, the X10 provides our clients the maximum possible variety in steps of 10W reaching up to 500W”, says Markus Zeiler General Manager of Business Unit International at Optogan GmbH in Germany.

About Optogan:
Optogan is a leader in LED technologies with innovative, cost efficient, high quality lighting modules. Since 2005 Optogan has been developing and producing LED light crystals in Germany based on the patented Nobel Prize technology epimaxxTM. The company focuses on energy efficient and environment friendly general lighting. The international team of LED professionals and experts clearly differentiate themselves through their strong customer orientation. The Optogan Group, with its 350 employees, has plants in Landshut (Germany), Dortmund (Germany), Helsinki (Finland) and St. Petersburg (Russia).