Products, Materials & Tools | Sep 09, 2016

LG Innotek Unveils High Power Color LED Package Line-Up

LG Innotek today announced that it had developed high-power color LED Package (3535 series) for premium lighting in various areas, such as architecture or stadium.

LG Innotek introduced high-power color LED Package lineup by utilizing its proprietary vertical chip technology. The company will finish developing three color types (Red, Green and Royal blue) of 3W color LED packages within this month and plan to mass-produce the LED packages beginning next month.

Color LEDs can produce lights of various colors, including red, green and blue, and are expected to replace the lightings used in architecture and stage.

However, the current color LED solutions are limited as it needs multiple packages to implement intensive lighting in a particular place and the LEDs had low luminance and uneven light quality.

Based on the expertise obtained from developing the world best high-power LED packages, LG Innotek succeeded in increasing the power of color LED Packages and securing stable performance. These packages can provide lower the unit price of lighting application and at the same time produce a light source of high quality.

The company plans to increase the power of color LEDs from 3W to 8W by the end of this year. In addition to the red, green and blue lights, the company plans to produce lights of various colors, including amber and products for special purposes such as agriculture and horticulture by using wavelengths between 450 nm - 740 nm(nanometer).

LG Innotek plans to continue to produce products for high-quality LED lightings, making inroads into the color LED market.

Suk-Hwan Kang, a head of the LED marketing division, said, “We had developed our color LED to satisfy customer’s demand. LG Innotek will continue to produce high-quality LED lighting solutions based on our innovative technologies and world best quality.”

About LG Innotek Co,.Ltd:

LG Innotek is a cutting-edge materials and components manufacturer and an affiliate of LG group. The company’s business units include core components for LED, mobile, automotive, display, semiconductor and IoT. Further, the company has cooperated closely with mobile device, home appliance and automotive companies, producing camera modules, automotive electronic components, wireless communication module, substrate materials.
In the LED sector, LG Innotek has vertically integrated the entire manufacturing process from chips to packages and modules, while providing LED products optimized for lighting, mobile, display and automotive applications.
LG Innotek is headquartered in Seoul, Korea and its sales subsidiary is located in San Jose and Chicago, United States. For more information, please refer to the website: www.lginnotek.com or led.lginnotek.com

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