Osram Opto Announces New Range Of Compact LEDs
Synios S 2222 family supports numerous low and mid power applications
Osram Opto Semiconductorshas announced a new family of LEDs called Synios S 2222 suitable for a wide range of applications: from customised lighting solutions for electronic devices, ambient lighting for trains and planes to high-quality architectural lighting.
The product family has compact dimensions, combined with very good brightness values and the ability to cover the entire colour palette.
Osram says the new family provides an efficient and flexible platform for a variety of low- and mid-power applications (from 10 mA to 200 mA). Customers can choose from six colours and combine them to create more. In addition to white versions (3000 - 6500 K, CRI >80), the product family includes versions in blue (445 nm - 460 nm), green (520 nm - 540 nm), yellow (583 nm - 595 nm, conversion and direct emission), red (612 nm - 626 nm) and deep red (626 nm - 636 nm).
The family's uniform dimensions of 2.2 mm x 2.2 mm and solder pad design make it particularly easy to integrate into many different solutions. The low package height of only 0.6 mm makes extremely flat lighting solutions possible.
Osram is responding to the trend of producing ever smaller discrete components with the highest possible performance. For example, the yellow converted variant delivers an outstanding brightness value of 50 lm at 140 mA. Depending on the application, additional optics can be easily applied to the respective component due to the centric chip position in the package.
"With the Synios S 2222 product family, we offer our customers compact, high-quality LEDs to help them easily realise individualised lighting solutions. Thanks to the special package design, the products are easy to handle via pick & place in series production," explains Alvaro Wulff, Product Manager for Illumination at Osram Opto Semiconductors. "Depending on the application, customers can choose from a wide range of colours while benefiting from our latest chip and package technologies."