Components | LEDs | White LEDs | Indoor Applications | Outdoor Applications | Sep 26, 2018

Luxeon V2, the Only Choice for a 2mm² High Power LED

Today Lumileds announced breakthrough high power performance with the new Luxeon V2 LED. With the highest performance in its class for output and efficacy, the emitter easily enables DLC Premium performance at the system level. Luxeon V2 utilizes a 2x2 mm Chip Scale Package (CSP) in a 3.5x3.5 mm standard package. “Luxeon V2 is designed such that 99% of the light is forward directed, resulting in the industry’s most usable light from a compact source,” said Jennifer Holland, Product Line Director at Lumileds.

Typical output and efficiency of the Luxeon V2 at 4000 K, 70 CRI is 315 lm at 160 lm/W when driven at 700 mA. In addition to high efficiency, the versatility of the CSP die offers high drive current capability (up to 2.4 A) while still maintaining high efficiency across the operating range.  At 1 A, Luxeon V2 delivers 150 lm/W and over 10% more flux than similar 2 mm² offerings available on the market.  The industry’s lowest thermal resistance substrate (2.6°C/W) simplifies the thermal design of the fixture, from streetlights and sports lighting solutions to portable fixtures.

Luxeon V2 has a Lambertian radiation pattern profile making it possible to leverage the existing optics ecosystem. “By leveraging the existing optical ecosystem, fixture manufacturers can rapidly accelerate time to market while dramatically improving performance,” said Holland. Luxeon V2 also delivers superior color over angle (COA) than competing LEDs, ensuring the best color consistency across the beam.

Luxeon V2 is available in a variety of color temperature and CRI options for unparalleled performance at high drive currents. For more information on Luxeon V2, see www.lumileds.com/products/high-power-leds/luxeon-v2

About Lumileds:

For automotive, mobile, IoT and illumination companies who require innovative lighting solutions, Lumileds is a global leader employing more than 9,000 team members operating in over 30 countries. Lumileds partners with its customers to push the boundaries of light.
To learn more about our portfolio of lighting solutions, visit www.lumileds.com

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