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Lumileds' LUXEON M is a game changer

The new LUXEON M LED, designed for industrial outdoor applications, like streetlights, improves the design and reduces the cost of new products in much the same way the LUXEON Rebel did in 2007

Philips Lumileds has fully launched its LUXEON M LED, which is now in volume production.

The new emitter has already been approved for street lighting in major US cities with designs to be showcased at the Light + Building conference .

LUXEON M’s high lumen output, of more than 1100 lumens, and a typical voltage of 11.2V, drives down system cost and improves system performance through the use of low cost, highly efficient drivers. Lumileds says the tremendous light output and efficacy at operating conditions lowers overall solution costs.


What's more, solutions are simpler and use fewer parts and off the shelf drive electronics, optics, and thermal solutions are readily available. This results in a cheaper module with better optical control and light quality for outdoor applications.

“LUXEON M is a game changer and fundamentally improves the design and cost parameters of new solutions in much the same way LUXEON Rebel did in 2007,” says Rahul Bammi, VP of Marketing for Philips Lumileds. “Everything from the footprint to the drive requirements has been optimised based on hundreds of discussions with our customers, municipalities, and private property owners to ensure that LUXEON M exceeds their expectations and objectives.”

The LUXEON M comes in three different correlated colour temperatures; 3000K, 4000K, and 5700K. All deliver more than 1100 lumens with a minimum CRI of 70. Every LUXEON M is Hot Tested and Specified at 85°C and offer Freedom From Binning.

LUXEON M is now available from Future Lighting Solutions which also provides the full range of complementary components and solutions. The new products will be exhibited at both Lumileds and Future Lighting Solutions stands at the Light + Building convention in April and the LIGHTFAIR conference in May.
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