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Samsung Introduces Linear-type LED Modules with Industry-leading Efficacy and Greater Freedom of Design

Samsung Electronics has introduced a new lineup of LED linear modules. This S-Series features industry-leading efficacy, as well as outstanding flexible design options to accommodate a variety of luminaires, offering tremendous convenience to LED fixture makers.

The S-Series is comprised of two modules of either the long or short type ─ 560 x 24 x 6 mm for T-S562 (2250 lm @ 4000 K CCT, tp = 50°C) and 280 x 24 x 6 mm for LT-S282 (1125 lm @ 4000 K CCT, tp = 50°C). In the series, there are four options that supply different solutions ‒ each has SELV (separated or safety extra-low voltage) features, high voltage, and a compatible solution with Ledil’s lens. In addition, easy connectivity through either of two wiring alternatives is able to satisfy a variety of market needs. Lighting manufacturers can easily connect their fixtures with a re-workable poke-in connector that streamlines fixture assembly process wiring either from the front or the back.

Options for different solutions:

Options

Benefits

Front / Back Wiring

F-Type

5ft SELV solution

L-Type

Low voltage for SELV solution

H-Type

High voltage for better system efficacy

N-Type

Compatible solution with Ledil’s lens

 


Samsung now provides worldwide certification support to its LED lighting component customers. Since January, the company has established cooperative relationships with certification companies such as Intertek, Korea Testing Laboratory (KTL), TÜV SÜD and the China Certification & Inspection Group Korea (CCIC KOREA) for the US, Korean, European and Chinese markets, respectively. These Samsung partnerships will help to minimize any difficulties that customers could encounter with varying regional certification requirements for lighting quality, safety and power efficiency, as well as simplify complex procedures, reduce time-to-market and ultimately have a positive impact on overall cost.

For more information, please visit http://www.samsung.com/global/business/led/support/certification-support
For more information about the Samsung Electronics LED business; please visit http://www.samsung.com/global/business/led/

About Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd:
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies, redefining the worlds of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, cameras, digital appliances, printers, medical equipment, network systems, and semiconductor and LED solutions. We are also leading in the Internet of Things space through, among others, our Smart Home and Digital Health initiatives. We employ 307,000 people across 84 countries with annual sales of US $196 billion. To discover more, please visit our official website at www.samsung.com and our official blog at www.global.samsungtomorrow.com

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