Components | Color LEDs | Nov 20, 2017

Lumileds' Market Leading Color Portfolio Gets Double-Digit Performance Upgrades

Lumileds announced that it has considerably improved the flux across its color LED family. Performance improvements to the flagship Luxeon C Color Line includes 20% higher lumen output in its Luxeon C Green and Cyan compared to the previous generation; the Luxeon C Red-Orange features a 12% flux increase and the Luxeon C Red an 8% flux increase.

“As the demands on our customer’s fixtures become more challenging, we need to ensure our Color portfolio enables them to meet these demands.  This increase in flux across several key colors will give our customers a significant boost in performance in existing designs as well as allow them to start from a higher level of performance in new designs,” said Jennifer Holland, Product Line Director of the Luxeon C Color Line.

Specifically engineered for color mixing through its standard focal length, the Luxeon C Color Line is ideally suited for use in architectural, stage lighting, emergency vehicle lighting, and color tunable lamps and fixtures. All Luxeon C Color Line LEDs are hot tested at 85C to ensure excellent performance at application conditions. Its thermal resistance, the lowest in the industry at 2.8°C/W, also helps reduce heat sink cost—or allows LEDs to be driven harder for higher output than is achieved with a competitor’s LEDs.

Extending these performance upgrades to other lines within the Luxeon Color LED family, Lumileds is also excited to announce 20% flux improvements for the Green and Cyan colors on Luxeon Z Color Line and Luxeon Rebel Color Line.

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