Archived Webinar | Mar 06, 2013

Obtaining the Highest Candle Beam Power for Spotlights

Sponsor Philips Lumileds --- Lumen density in the LED source is very significant in final design. Obtaining Center Beam Candle Power is a goal in high quality applications including retail and architectural lighting. High Power LEDs are the perfect solution to creating high lumen intensity from a very small light emitting source. Creating a very high lumen per mm square enables the highest center beam candle power in a system. Where other COB's need ~35-35mm for high lumen packages, LUXEON S5000 can achieve 8000 lumens in a Light Emitting Surface of just 17mm. Creating great spotlights has never been easier.

 

To view the webinar and to download the presentation
>>> Click Here <<<



 

Lumen density in the LED source is very significant in final design. Obtaining Center Beam Candle Power is a goal in high quality applications including retail and architectural lighting. High Power LEDs are the perfect solution to creating high lumen intensity from a very small light emitting source. Creating a very high lumen per mm square enables the highest center beam candle power in a system. Where other COB's need ~35-35mm for high lumen packages, LUXEON S5000 can achieve 8000 lumens in a Light Emitting Surface of just 17mm. Creating great spotlights has never been easier.

Presenters:

Orson_Lo
Orson Lo, Product Marketing Manager, Philips Lumileds

Eric Senders
Eric Senders, Segment Marketing Manager, Philips Lumileds

Rasumus Hautala
Rasmus Hautala, Business Director, LEDiL Oy

Title: Obtaining the Highest Candle Beam Power for Spotlights
Recorded: Wednesday, March 6, 2013 --- 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CET







EDITORIAL

Future Lighting Solutions Launches Offline Lighting System Selector Mobile App for iOS and Android

Future Lighting Solutions Launches Offline Lighting System Selector Mobile App for iOS and Android Future Lighting Solutions (FLS), a leading provider of solid-state lighting, engineering expertise and design tools, is proud to announce the launch of their new offline Lighting System Selector for iOS and Android devices. Read more »

EDITORIAL

Researchers from Hokkaido University Let Europium Shine Brighter

Researchers from Hokkaido University Let Europium Shine Brighter A stacked nanocarbon antenna makes a rare earth element shine 5 times more brightly than previous designs, with applications in molecular light-emitting devices. - The europium Eu(III) complex with nanocarbon antenna emitting fine red light. Read more »

EDITORIAL

Zhaga Summit – September 23rd in Bregenz

Zhaga Summit – September 23rd in Bregenz Luger Research and Zhaga are proud to announce that the 2020 LpS/TiL conference will host a Zhaga Summit. This one-day event will provide application-driven introductions to the latest Zhaga standards, review their market reception, and solicit inputs from the specifier community through workshops. Read more »

EDITORIAL

CIE Announces Availability of New Documentation: Test Method for OLED Luminaires and OLED Light Sources

CIE Announces Availability of New Documentation: Test Method for OLED Luminaires and OLED Light Sources The new CIE International Standard S 025-SP1/E:2019 is a supplement to CIE S 025:2015 Test Method for LED Lamps, LED Luminaires and LED Modules specifies the requirements for measurement of electrical, photometric, and colorimetric quantities of OLED luminaires and OLED light sources. These sources ... Read more »

EDITORIAL

Care, Caution & Awareness Are Needed When Using LED Lights

Care, Caution & Awareness Are Needed When Using LED Lights Kyra Xavia is a researcher, educator and investigative journalist based in New Zealand. Her roles as general secretary of the Light and Lighting Research Consortium (LLRC), delegate for the International Dark Sky Association (IDA), New Zealand Ambassador for Women in Lighting 2019, and co-leader of ... Read more »