Products, Materials & Tools | Mar 10, 2016

Everlight Offers 2835 LED Package with Different Voltage Selections

Everlight Electronics Co., Ltd., a leading player in the global LED and optoelectronics industry, presents updates to its popular top view, white, low to mid power LED package in a 2835 form factor (2.8x3.5x0.7 mm) in three voltages 3 V, 6 V, 9 V at 0.5 W and two voltages 6 V and 9 V at 1 W. Target applications are mainly for general lighting, especially consumer, commercial, and professional lighting.

With a fabulous low Dollar per lumen ratio, the 2835 package has been the most popular product among all Everlight lighting packages. It is an upgrade from standard 3528 packages. Due to a newly designed heat slug, this LED maintains its compact size with an even lower profile and can easily be overdriven to achieve maximum flux. The 2835-ELB, an upgrade from the standard 3528, is a highly versatile package that can accommodate a wide range of wattages and voltages. Different wattage and voltage ranges are needed to optimize lamp and fixture designs to ensure best system efficiencies and cost.

For the new 0.5 W versions, three different voltage options are available:

3 V, 6 V , and 9 V. In addition, two 1 W high power versions are available: 6 V and 9 V. Each of these 2835-ELB LEDs excel with high efficacies, high CRI options of >80 or 90Ra, high R9 options of >0 or 50, and easy to use lambertian light patterns. 3SDCM binning is available as well to keep chromaticity coordinates under tight control. These features make the 2835-ELB package a top solution especially for general lighting applications like bulbs, linear lamps and fixtures, or downlights.

Samples are available upon request, and mass production has already started in Q1 2016.

For more information or datasheets of these products, please contact our sales offices. For the local sales, please visit our website: www.everlight.com

About Everlight Electronics Co. Ltd:

Everlight Electronics Co., Ltd. was founded in 1983 in Taipei, Taiwan led by Chairman Robert Yeh. Everlight has over 33 years of R&D experience for reliable capability. With immediate service and an excellent brand reputation, Everlight has taken top five in the competitive LED market. Our products are manufactured and packed in-house to guarantee maximum quality and service. Everlight provides a diverse product portfolio consisting of High Power LEDs, SMD LEDs, Lamps, Lighting Components, LED Lighting Modules, Digital Displays, Opto-couplers and Infrared Components for various applications. Today, Everlight is a global company with over 6,400 employees based in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Germany and U.S.A.

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