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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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