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SunLED Unveils Right Angled Domed LEDs

Light bleeding and overshadowing often encountered in nitride LEDs, can be resolved by using the new domed architecture
SunLED has developed a new right angle package in its 1206 domed, bi-polar red & green LEDs. 

The traditional domed 1206 package is now available in a right angle version in the XZMDKSGK55W-7RA series.  

The domed lens package provides a narrow viewing angle of 30 degrees which allows a brighter intensity output and eliminates any light bleeding issues. Typical issues with side fire LEDs when designed on arrays are light bleeding, overshadowing or dim light outputs. These issues can be resolved by using this new domed package.

Red & green dies/chips are proportionally mounted in the centre under the encapsulated domed epoxy lens allowing uniform light output for both colours and achieving the maximum intensity possible. This 3.2 x 1.6 package is suitable for use in network devices, consumer electronics, medical equipment, hand held products and icon/text indications. The lens protrusion of the device is 1.8mm and it has a moisture sensitivity level of 3.

SunLED established in 1989, manufactures optoelectronic products. The firm offers a broad line of LED lamps, surface mount LEDs, and LED displays. SunLED produces more than 320 million LEDs every month to support customer's demands.

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