Products, Materials + Tools | Aug 03, 2007

LedEngin, Inc. announces production release of its next generation of UV, multi-wave length and UV based products

LedEngin, Inc. today announced production availability of its 5W, 10W and 15W UV based multi-wave length products. The UV wavelength of these products ranges from 390nm to 410nm. LedEngin's patent pending surface mount ceramic package and glass lens has been designed to provide for unparalleled optical and thermal performance while meeting the industry toughest reliability standards.

Recently LedEngine Inc. has announced the LZ-xxx high power/Ultra High Brightness LED series. LedEngin's LZ product line include its single die 1W, 3W and 5W LEDs in ultra-small, surface-mount packages which are 4.4 millimeter on each side and its 4 dice 10W and 15W LEDs which are 7 millimeter on each side, offered in red, green, blue, dental blue Infrared (IR) and Ultra Violet (UV) and white color options. Lumen maintenance exceeds 90% on average after 50,000 hours, far better than competitor's products. The qualification includes all 17 of the industry's accelerated reliability & qualification tests. Particularly, all products passed Wet High Temperature Operating life (WHTOL, 85C/60% RH, at 1050 mA) with lumen maintenance exceeding 95% after vigorous 4000 hour WHTOL tests far stringent than any competitive products on the market.

Now also 5W, 10W and 15W UV based multi-wave length products are available in production quantities. The UV wavelength of these products ranges from 390nm to 410nm. LedEngin's patent pending surface mount ceramic package and glass lens has been designed to provide for unparalleled optical and thermal performance while meeting the industry toughest reliability standards. All UV products have passed 168 hours of Autoclave (121°C, 2ATM, 100% RH) and 1000 hours of Wet High Temperature Operating Life (WHTOL) test (85°C/85%RH/1A). Since the Autoclave test standard is considered to be the most stringent qualification test for medical applications, LedEngin UV based products now enable a variety of applications to include LED based dental curing, teeth whitening, forensic, sterilization and other industrial curing applications.

The 5W package (LZ1-00UA05) emits typically 0.9W, the 10W package (LZ4-00UA10) typically 2.2W and the 15W (LZ4-00UA15) typically 3.0W of radiometric power, setting new industry records for UV LED products. In addition to the UV products, LedEngin 10W package (LZ4-00D110) can be tuned to offer variable wavelengths between UV (390nm to 410nm) and Blue (457nm to 470nm) wavelength ranges.

"We are excited to enable a host of applications requiring ultra high power UV based LED lighting" said David Tahmassebi President and CEO of LedEngin. "Traditional UV lamps are bulky; expensive with short life span requiring UV bulbs to be replaced often. LedEngin new UV and multi-wave length UV is making headway in medical, portable and a host of others applications. We look forward to supporting our customers in this new endeavor." added Tahmassebi.

For the whole product range David Tahmassebi, Chief Executive Officer of LedEngin Inc. stated: "Our team is very pleased with the successful qualification of our highly differentiated products." In explaining the significance of this event, Tahmassebi added: "Our customers are increasingly interested in highly reliable products which maintain their lumen output and color temperature over time. Reliable LED products are becoming increasingly important in specific applications such as street light applications, medical equipment and general illumination markets in which the operating cost of changing the fixture or LEDs are high. We are proud to be the first company reaching such milestone."

LedEngin has developed its unique Ultra High Brightness (UHB) LED Components and solid-state Light Source Modules based on the company's patent pending state-of-the-art High-Power LED packaging technology. As a result, LedEngin components are ultra small, ultra bright, and are ideal for space-constrained applications. All LedEngin components are reflow solderable, lead-free and ROHS compliant.

About LedEngin, Inc.
LedEngin, Inc. develops and manufactures industry leading high-power LED components and solid-state light engine modules for variety of applications. Its patent pending unique technologies in thermal management, stress management, optical design, and manufacturing processes deliver LED components and subsystems with industry leading performance enable emerging applications to reach volume production quickly. For more information, contact Leonard Livschitz at 408-492-0622 or email LedEngin at info@ledengin.com or visit us on the web at www.ledengin.com .

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