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Lumileds releases Luxeon Rubix Colour LEDs

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Features 3A capability, testing and binning at 85degC, and a tiny 1414 package with uniform focal height

Lumileds has released the very small and powerful Luxeon Rubix – a new colour LED building block – designed to deliver maximum flux at drive currents up to 3A. With Luxeon Rubix, engineers are freed from the design constraints of pre-configured modules and can create custom arrays with smaller optics supporting smaller size luminaires, according to the company.

“Luxeon Rubix introduces a size and power ratio that has never before existed for colour LEDs,” said LP Liew, product marketing manager at Lumileds. “Think of Luxeon Rubix as pixel-like – uniquely shaped arrays are possible, optics can be smaller, and exceptionally high light density allows solutions across a broad range of lighting segments to take new forms and increase their value.”

Each Luxeon Rubix delivers high flux performance. Typical output for Red is 85lm, Green is 310lm, Blue is 112lm and Royal Blue is 1635mW. Typical output for white is 440lm at 93lm/W.

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