Featured | LEDs | White LEDs | High Power LEDs | Oct 01, 2020

Cree® XLamp® XHP35.2 HI – Newest Extreme High Power LED

The XLamp® XHP35.2 HI LED is the newest Extreme High Power LED available in the XP footprint. Built on Cree's latest high power LED technology, the XHP35.2 HI LED features a 12 V configuration for simplified driver design with industry leading candela and lumen density. Optimized for high intensity indoor/outdoor/portable lighting applications.

Features:
•    Available in 5-step EasyWhite®bins at 2700-5700 K CCT and 3-step & 2-step EasyWhite bins at 2700-4000 K CCT
•    Available in ANSI white bins at 2700-7000 K CCT
•    Available in standard, 70-, 80- and 90-minimum CRI options
•    Binned at 85°C
•    Maximum drive current: 1050 mA
•    Low thermal resistance: 1.8°C/W
•    Wide viewing angle - High Density:135°, High Intensity: 120°
•    Unlimited floor life at ≤ 30 ºC/85% RH
•    Reflow solderable - JEDEC J-STD-020C
•    RoHS compliant and REACh compliant
•    UL® recognized component (E349212)

The XLamp® XHP35.2 LED is the next generation of Extreme High-Power LEDs available in the XP footprint. Built on Cree's latest high-power LED technology, the XHP35.2 LED improves the voltage characteristics, efficacy and reliability of the XHP35 LED in the same 3.45 mm x 3.45 mm footprint. The new XHP35.2 LED provides an easy drop-in upgrade so that lighting manufacturers can achieve higher system LPW on existing XHP35 designs with minimal system redesign cost.

The XHP35.2 LED offers a high-intensity option. In this document, the term XHP35.2 denotes the XHP35.2 LED without regard to high density or high intensity. The terms High Density and High Intensity are used when necessary to differentiate the performance of the two options.

For additional information, please visit cree.com/led-components/media/documents/datasheet-XHP35-2.pdf?WT.mc_id=crx3010

About Cree:

Cree delivers the broadest portfolio of application-optimized, lighting-class LED components that sets the industry's benchmarks for performance, quality-of-light and reliability. Cree's innovative high-power LEDs continue to define what's possible with LED lighting, improving system value and delivering better light without compromising performance or reliability. - www.cree.com

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