Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 14, 2015

Luminus Announces Different Versions of New High Efficacy 3 V 3030 Mid-Power LEDs

Luminus, Inc., a global manufacturer of high-performance LEDs, announced today a new family of 3 volt 3030 midpower LEDs offering a wide range of options including 200 lumens per Watt, 95+ CRI, and "candle-warm" 2200K. Luminus has been building a reputation as the market leader in high quality-of-light with their chip-on-board (COB) arrays and midpower products, and this new MP-3030-1100 series contributes further to that effort. There are a total of 18 different CCT/CRI combinations to choose from in this family, including cool white 70 CRI products capable of delivering up to 200 lumens per watt in outdoor applications and AccuWhite™ 95 CRI minimum (97 typical) warm white for luxury retail applications.

Mark Pugh, VP of Marketing at Luminus, notes, "Our customers have recognized the leading performance, breadth of product, and outstanding quality of light delivered by our COB arrays and big chip LEDs in directional applications, and now they are thrilled to have the same characteristics in a midpower product to enable a complete line of non-directional luminaires and bulbs which satisfy even the most demanding specifiers and end users."

Another feature of the Luminus MP-3030-1100 family is "hot color targeting," which means that the LEDs are engineered to produce light with chromaticity tightly centered in the ANSI bin under normal operating conditions of 85°C.  In contrast, competitors' LEDs which are usually color targeted at 25°C tend to drift away from the ANSI bin in the field, where operating temperatures are much higher.  Luminus 3030 LEDs are tested at 150mA nominal forward current and can be driven as hard as 240mA to provide optimal lumens per dollar.  The 5700K, 70CRI product delivers as many as 200 lumens per watt at 65mA for those customers who want to maximize system efficacy.

Luminus will be exhibiting several new illumination light sources at the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair from October 27 - 30 in booth 1B-B28, Hall of Aurora.

For additional information please visit http://www.luminus.com.

About Luminus Devices:
Luminus, Inc. develops and markets solid-state lighting solutions (SSL) to help its customers migrate from conventional lamp technologies to long-life and energy-efficient LED illumination. Combining technology originated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with innovation from Silicon Valley, Luminus offers a comprehensive range of LED solutions for global lighting markets as well as high-output specialty lighting solutions for performance-driven markets including consumer displays, entertainment lighting and medical applications. Luminus is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, and has operations in Woburn, Massachusetts.

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