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Samsung Sets a New Record for Light Efficacy in HP LED Packages

Samsung Electronics has achieved a major upgrade in its industry-leading performance levels for high-power LED packages. The efficacy of Samsung’s LH351B package that features 173 lm/W (85°C, 350 mA) has improved 8% over last year’s record performance. This new efficacy level extends Samsung’s leadership in high-power LEDs.

Samsung Electronics has achieved a major upgrade in its industry-leading performance levels for high-power LED packages. The efficacy of Samsung’s LH351B package that features 173 lm/W (85°C, 350 mA) has improved 8% over last year’s record performance. This new efficacy level extends Samsung’s leadership in high-power LEDs. 

The highly reliable LH351B has a high lumen density and has been optimized for outdoor lighting applications such as street lights and security lights, where high-performance lighting is needed over extended periods of time and where efficiency and reliability are crucial. In addition, the compact Samsung light source simplifies the designing of solutions using a second optic lens, making it also suitable for high-density street lighting with complex lighting distribution designs.

With Samsung’s proprietary TZ chip structure and exclusive PSS (Patterned Sapphire Substrate) technology, the LH351B delivers exceptionally high brightness, and offers outstanding operating voltage through an electrode structure that provides even distribution of current. Furthermore, Samsung film phosphors in the LH351B help to achieve outstanding color stability.

Samsung’s LH351B has an expected lifetime of 280,000 hours at 105°C, 1 A.
For more information about LH351B LEDs, please visit
http://www.samsung.com/global/business/led/lighting/component/high-power

Certification Support Program
Samsung has provided worldwide certification support to its LED lighting component customers. Establishing cooperative relationships with certification companies for the US, Korean, European and Chinese markets, the partnerships will help to minimize any difficulties that customers could encounter with varying regional certification requirements for lighting quality, safety and power efficiency, as well as simplify complex procedures, reduce time-to-market and ultimately have a positive impact on overall cost.
For more information, please visit http://www.samsung.com/global/business/led/support/certification-support

About Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd:  
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies that redefine the worlds of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, cameras, digital appliances, printers, medical equipment, network systems, and semiconductor and LED solutions. We are also leading in the Internet of Things space with the open platform SmartThings, our broad range of smart devices, and through proactive cross-industry collaboration. We employ 319,000 people across 84 countries with annual sales of US $196 billion. To discover more, and for the latest news, feature articles and press material, please visit the Samsung Newsroom at news.samsung.com.

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