Products, Materials & Tools | Sep 29, 2015

LED Mounting Bases Introduces Tiny MCPCBs for Lumileds Luxeon Z

LED Mounting Bases launches the smallest MCPCB for ‪Luxeon Z (5mmx5mm) and ‎MCPCB for 4 LEDs Luxeon Z multi-lenses compatible, extending the range of applications.

The new 5 x 5 mm MCPCB for Lumileds Luxeon Z can easily be integrated into the tiniest spaces, alone or clustered. “This exclusive feature offers greater freedom of conception as it enables even smaller and unique luminaire designs for indoor, technical and even biological lighting”, explains Mr Espérance, CEO of LED Mounting Bases.

The clever MCPCB for 4 LEDs Luxeon Z multi-lenses is, for its part, compatible with various LED Lenses manufacturers such as LEDil, GAGGIONE, CARCLO, LEDENGIN and LEDLINK. This characteristic allows the user to perform several tests on a single circuit, making it ideal for prototyping at lower cost.

Among a wide range of innovative and high-quality products made in France, LED Mounting Bases offers hundreds of other MCPCBs, like the multi-footprint MCPCB for LED Tests and LEDiL LED Lens compatible.

For additional information or to order products, please visit www.led-mounting-bases.com/en/

The Luxeon Z in brief:
The micro-sized Lumileds Luxeon Z allows a large degree of design freedom.  Its un-encapsulated chip provides a precise beam angle control, high-flux density and the flexibility of superior color mixing through choice of optics. Available in the full spectrum of colors from 380 nm to 670 nm and 4000 K white, the Luxeon Z is optimized for entertainment/stage, indoor and outdoor architectural, emergency vehicle lighting, remote phosphor-based retrofits & downlights, and a wide spectrum of specialty lighting applications. The user is able to create customized "multi-chip", multi-color light sources.

About LED Mounting Bases:
LED Mounting Bases is the reference in MCPCBs designed for LEDs. The company offers a large choice of MCPCBs compatible with almost all the LEDs on the market. According to their needs, customers can have their LEDs soldered on MCPCBs, new electronic CADs can be developed and specific light engines designed. Made in France products ensure European quality.

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