Products, Materials & Tools | Nov 18, 2009

Stanley Electric Claims 1 Watt White LED with CRI of 95

Stanley Electric Co Ltd of Japan has introduced a series of high power white LEDs in a 5x5x1mm surface mount package, offered in a wide variety of colour temperatures to suit a large number of applications.

The SCW1643 type typically delivers a brightness level of 111 lm at 300mA; and comes in 6,500 and 5,000K versions.

The SCW1653 version comes in 5,000, 4,200, 3,500, 3,000, and 2,600K versions. With a colour rendition level of 95 (CRI), it stands out from the crowd making it an excellent choice for a variety of applications. Brightness levels are typically 60-70 lm; depending on the colour temperature.

Viewing angle is 120deg, and all devices are multi-die - with six LEDs wired in parallel. Maximum current per device is 360mA.

Typically used in Residential, Office, Plant, Store and general lighting applications.
For more information, see http://www.stanley-components.com or contact Steve Froy:
Email address: sfroy@stanleyelectric.co.uk
Mobile: +44 (0) 7795 246 033

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