Archived Webinar | Mar 26, 2014

WEBINAR: "What's Next for Mid-Power LEDs in Lighting Applications" by Philips Lumileds

Following the rapid growth of Mid Power (MP) LEDs for use in display, MP LEDs are now gaining popularity for deployment in Lighting applications. Khim Lee, Mark Chang and Dale Kane from Philips Lumileds talk about the latest trends of MP LEDs for SSL.

 

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Valued for their relatively small lumen package, MP LEDs are uniquely suited for linear and distributed lighting applications such as LED tube lighting and troffers. As their cost proposition and performance improve, MP LEDs started to penetrate retrofit applications (e.g. LED light bulbs), industry (low and high bay lighting) and in retail shops and hospitality segments. Each of these applications have specific needs which can be met with LEDs designed with the end application in mind. An example would be a high efficacy MP LED with good quality of light (min 90 CRI) for use in retail shops. We expect that in the future the lighting market will be served mainly by these ‘application-specific’ LEDs. In this webinar we will take a close look at MP LEDs, the factors that have led to their use in lighting applications and what we can expect in terms of their proposition and usage in the future.


Presenters

Khim Lee
Khim Lee, Director Mid-Power Product Line,
Philips Lumileds

Khim Lee is Director, Mid and Low Power Product Line, at Philips Lumileds Lighting Company. In his role he is responsible for the product management and marketing of all Mid and Low Power products for the lighting market. Khim joined Lumileds in 2011 as Director of Strategy and Alliances and prior to that he was a management consultant with McKinsey & Co, focusing on the high tech sector. Khim holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering and a BA in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley and a MS in Mechanical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology.

Mark Chang


Mark Chang, Mid-Power LEDs Product Manager
,
Philips Lumileds

Shih Shun “Mark” Chang (張 思 慎) is currently Senior Product Line Manager for Philips Lumileds with a focus on the retrofit lamp segment.  Mark joined Philips Lumileds in 2005, and has extensive International experience.  In 2008, Mark moved to China and established Philips Lumileds Asia Technical Solutions Management team as well as the CPAT design center in Shanghai.
Prior to joining Philips Lumileds, Mark worked at Hewlett Packard
developing power amplifiers and then applications for 10G fiber optic transceivers, where he developed the first IBIS models for fiber optic transceivers. Mark majored in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis on III-V solid state devices.  During graduate school at the University of Colorado, he fabricate the world’s first GaN/SiC heterojunction bipolar transistor and demonstrated performance up to 500 °C.

Dale Kane
Dale Kane, Business & Marketing Development Manager,
Philips Lumileds

As a Business & Market Development Manager for LED Lighting at Philips Lumileds, Dale is in charge of driving best in class solid state lighting adoption, establishing roadmaps, trends, and product needs for municipal, commercial, and residential LED lighting.  Before joining Philips Lumileds, he was with DuPont working in the solar and semiconductor industries.  He holds a Chemical Engineering degree from Michigan State and an MBA from UC Berkeley.

 

Title: "What's Next for Mid-Power LEDs in Lighting Applications"
Recorded: Tuesday, March 25, 2014 --- 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CET







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