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Samsung’s New High-power LED for High Density Lighting

Samsung’s new high-power LED package, LH351D, is a cost-optimized solution for high density lighting applications such as stadium and arena lighting. The ceramic-based LH351D features higher performance over extended periods of time and also provides ultra-high light efficacy up to 179 lm/W (at 85°C, 5000 K) to nicely fit DLC 4.0 Premium requirements. Operating at a maximum current up to 3.0A, Samsung’s LH351D can cover from 3 to 10 watts.

Samsung Electronics introduced a new high-power LED package - LH351D that is a cost-optimized solution for high density lighting applications such as stadium and arena lighting. The ceramic-based LH351D features higher performance over extended periods of time and also provides ultra-high light efficacy up to 179 lm/W (at 85°C, 5000 K) to nicely fit DLC 4.0 Premium requirements. Operating at a maximum current up to 3.0 A, Samsung’s LH351D can cover from 3 to 10 watts.

Available now, the new LED package offers all CCTs (from 2700 K to 6500 K) with a high color-rendering index of over 90 CRI.

Continuing to deliver industry-leading performance levels for ceramic-based high power packages, Samsung Electronics has been reinforcing its high-power LED package line-up and leadership to offer an extended range of operating current, as well as higher performance. The more comprehensive, high-power package line-up allows LED lighting manufacturers to optimize fixture performance with enhanced quality and efficacy, as well as greater flexibility in fixture design.

The new package comes with a range of high-power LEDs, which can support virtually every major lighting application that requires high intensity light output.

For more information about Samsung’s new high- power LED package – LH351D, please visit
http://www.samsung.com/global/business/led/products/led-component/high-power

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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies. The company is redefining the worlds of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, cameras, digital appliances, medical equipment, network systems, and semiconductor and LED solutions. For the latest news, please visit the Samsung Newsroom at news.samsung.com

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