Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools

The Global
Information Hub for
Lighting Technologies
and Design

Sections
Home > Components & Tools > LEDs & OLEDs > Philips Lumileds Boosts Efficiency and Lumen Density of their COB LEDs to be the Most Efficient on the Market
Products, Materials + Tools | Oct 23, 2013

Philips Lumileds Boosts Efficiency and Lumen Density of their COB LEDs to be the Most Efficient on the Market

Just months after its market introduction, Philips Lumileds announces its LUXEON CoB arrays now provide +10% greater performance, extending their lead as the most efficient LED arrays on the market today.

“Just one quarter into volume product deliveries, we have increased LUXEON CoB performance by +10%, which speaks to the rapid rate at which we upgrade the lumen output and efficacy of our products,” said Eric Senders, Product Line Director at Philips Lumileds. The result is superior efficacy of up to 130 lm/W and the highest combination of lumens, package density and efficacy in the industry. For instance, in warm white, the 9 mm array delivers 2200 lm at 100 lm/W and the cool white array delivers 2500 lm at 105 lm/W.

Utilizing a small light-emitting surface (LES) of 9, 13 or 15 mm, designers are able to use less expensive optical solutions, resulting in ultra-compact luminaires that deliver outstanding center beam candle power.

In addition to the optical advantage, the metal-core printed circuit board of the LUXEON CoB substrate provides 4X better heat transfer than competitive solutions, which enables up to 40% smaller heat sinks or improved reliability of the lighting system when a larger heat sink is used.

“With the recent improvements in performance, LUXEON COB is an even better option for a number of general lighting solutions including outdoor, industrial, retrofit lamps, and of course, spotlights and downlights,” said Senders. “Our 90 CRI versions have a typical CRI of 97, which makes them perfect for high Quality of Light applications. Lumen packages are available with CCTs of 2700 to 5700K and CRIs of 70, 80 or 90.”

About Royal Philips:
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation in the areas of Healthcare, Consumer Lifestyle and Lighting. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips posted 2012 sales of EUR 24.8 billion and employs approximately 114,000 employees with sales and services in more than 100 countries. The company is a leader in cardiac care, acute care and home healthcare, energy efficient lighting solutions and new lighting applications, as well as male shaving and grooming and oral healthcare. News from Philips is located at www.philips.com/newscenter.

FEATURED

Emergency Lighting Just Got Smarter

Emergency Lighting Just Got Smarter NEW NOW: OSRAM’s standalone solution for emergency lighting testing, reporting and maintenance. Meet the QBM DALI EL-T CONV, a converter transforming existing DALI emergency luminaires into wireless ones, all controlled by the same lighting system. Its benefits? Allowing you to design all the ... Read more »

FEATURED

Continuous versus Discrete Calibration Sources: Consideration for Use

Continuous versus Discrete Calibration Sources: Consideration for Use Rapid advancements in the field of solid-state lighting have presented opportunities for the use of LED-based systems for calibrations typically performed with lamp-based sources. Their highly efficient and long-lived performance, rapid power up, and compact size have made LED-based sources an ... Read more »

FEATURED

LUXTECH Offers First Compelling Flex Modules Designed to Replace Traditional Rigid Modules: LUXroll (UL Listed)

LUXTECH Offers First Compelling Flex Modules Designed to Replace Traditional Rigid Modules:  LUXroll (UL Listed) The Indirect Costs of Using Rigid Boards Make Switching to Flexible LED Modules a Compelling Choice. Read more »

EDITORIAL

New date: Light + Building Autumn Edition 2022

New date: Light + Building Autumn Edition 2022 Frankfurt am Main, January 10, 2022. As the pandemic situation continues to develop very dynamically, Messe Frankfurt is postponing the world's leading trade fair for light and building technology to autumn 2022. Last December, intensive discussions with customers and cooperation partners had ... Read more »

page_peel