Components | LEDs | CoB LEDs | Multi-Color LEDs | RGBW LEDs | Jan 25, 2019

Lumitronix Expands SmartArray Series with High Efficiency RGBW Version

With its new SmartArray Q4 RGBW module, Baden-Württemberg LED specialist Lumitronix presents an extension to its successful SmartArray family. The square LED module, which is ideally suited as a replacement for COB modules due to its compact dimensions of only 13.5 x 13 x 1.08 mm, is equipped with a red, a green, a blue and a neutral white LED of the E17A series from Nichia.

Features of the SmartArray RGBW module:
•    High-quality LEDs from the Nichia E17 series
•    Coloured LEDs with innovative phosporus conversion
•    Replacement for COB modules
•    Compact and flat design
•    Easy installation
•    Homogenous light due to Nichia-Binning (3 Step MacAdam)
•    For ambient lighting, architectural lighting or lighting for films & television
•    Made in Germany
•    3 year warranty

"The special aspect of the coloured LEDs is the phosphorus conversion that Nichia has opted for in its manufacturing process," Christian Hoffmann, CEO of the Hechingen-based LED company, reports.

The basis in each case is a blue LED chip that emits the desired light colour through a special phosphor layer. Since the chips used have the same electrical properties, the coloured E17 LEDs are suitable for applications with a wide colour spectrum. "The technology is particularly advantageous in terms of colour stability, because both ageing and temperature dependence of the individual colours are much more consistent than that of RGBW modules with different semiconductors," Hoffmann continues.

In addition, the SmartArray Q4 RGBW has been tested with optics from the Gabriella series of the Finnish manufacturer Ledil, which can be fully recommended for use. Applications of the four-colour LED module from Lumitronix include ambient lighting, architectural lighting and lighting for film and television.

For additional information on Lumitronix's SmartArray Q4 RGBW, please visit the SmartArray LED Modules website at b2b.lumitronix.com/en/portfolio/smartarray-led-modules/ or www.lumitronix.com/en_gb/smartarray-q4-led-module-4w-rgbw-4000k-cri-90-32454.html

About Lumitronix:

Lumitronix has been one of the leading specialists for LEDs and LED products for many years. As a competent partner for the industry, Lumitronix has a broad application knowledge from numerous sectors. The Swabian company based in Hechingen has ISO 9001 certification and is also the official distributor of leading manufacturers of LED technology. Lumitronix does not only deal with the distribution of LED products, but also develops and manufactures in-house according to customer-specific requirements. Quality Made in Germany.

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