Products, Materials & Tools | Apr 06, 2012

HPL Releases COB Bases 3-5, 7-9 and 12-14W LEDs

High Power Lighting's (HPL) new C40, C70 and C90 were designed with HPL patented metal cooper substrate cost effective package technology, which offers not only higher light efficiency, higher thermal conductivity and excellent light quality, but also competitive price/performance.

The three new LED typs cover apower range from  3-5W (C40) to  7-9W (C70) and 12-14W (C90) and provide a high output efficiency and light quality that meets Energy Star specifications.

Typical Specifications:

Type

C40

C70

C90

Dim

4.Omm*4.Omm

7.Omm*7.Omm

9.Omm*9.Omm

View Angle

1600

CCT

WW

NW

CW

WW

NW

CW

WW

NW

CW

CCT (K)

3000

4000

5650

3000

4000

5650

3000

4000

5650

CCT- Bin

(MacAdams)

4-
step

4-
step

7-
step

4-
step

4-
step

7-
step

4-
step

4-
step

7-
step

Vf

9.7V

9.6V

9.6V

Power

3-5W

7-9W

12-14W

Current

350mA

720mA

1300mA

CRI (Typ.)

80

80

70

80

80

70

80

80

70

Im/W

>95

>95

>110

>95

>95

>110

>95

>95

>110

The outstanding characteristics of the COB type LED are:
• the COB LEDs yield a thin consistent binning distribution within a 4-step MacAdam ellipse area.
• a typical efficacy of 90lm/W up to 110lm/W.
• a typical CRI(Ra) >80.

The reduced binning space will free many luminaire manufacturers from binning process that creates a consistency in the application CCT performance. The other advantages of the COB type LED are its wide view angle 160°, which is important for retrofit bulb and downlight application, and the narrowed Vf bin, which gives a consistent and stable power rating for the LED application.

In order to simplify design and minimize cost for LED luminaire manufacturing, HPL has also delivered C70/C90 110V/220V high voltage (HV LED) application solution with the COB type LED that minimizes driver requirements making it an ideal solution for space constrained and cost sensitive retrofit bulbs and luminaires.

The new COB LEDs are perfectly suitable for interior commercial lighting, such as LED bulbs, spotlights with optical reflector, down lights and so on.

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