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Products, Materials + Tools | Dec 18, 2015

Flip Chip Opto Introduces 2400 W Flip Chip CoB LED Using Patented 3-Pad Pillar Structure

Flip Chip Opto releases a first-in-class 2400 watt high-power LED Flip Chip COB. The 2400 watt Flip Chip COB is part of their flagship Apollo series based on the company’s patented 3-Pad Pillar Metal Core Printed Circuit Board technology. This technology allows a breakthrough in high powered flip chip LEDs, reducing the junction temperatures to 0.003˚C/W on Apollo 2400.

The Apollo series represents Flip Chip Opto’s high powered Flip Chip COB lineup. The Apollo 2400 reaches a maximum power of 2433.6 watts, achieving a thermal resistance of 0.003˚C/W and a luminous flux of > 230,000 (lumens based on 80CRI and 5K CCT); it is ideal for extreme applications such as stadium lighting, nautical spotlighting, outdoor industrial needs, underground operations and many more. The Apollo 2400 is unique due to its thermal properties; allowing designers to maximize lumens-per-dollar by reducing the form factor of the light fixture, fixture optics, and the number of fixtures needed.

Flip Chip Opto will showcase their entire Apollo line during the Lighting Japan 2016 Exhibition, and they will be located at booth E35-14.

Please visit http://www.fcopto.com/ or  contact sales@fcopto.com for more information

About Flip Chip Opto:
Flip Chip Opto is an LED lighting technology company, with its Flip Chip R&D center located in Silicon Valley. As a LED lighting pioneer, Flip Chip Opto is devoted to research and advancement of lighting inventions with expertise and focus in epitaxy, electro-optics, material science, bonding processes and packaging. As a member of COFAN USA, Flip Chip Opto benefits from decades of thermal management, MCPCB development, and electrical engineering from within the corporate group. .

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