Lumileds Expands Luxeon Flipchip Line
Chip scale white LEDs target the general illumination market
Lumileds has extended its chip scale packaged (CSP) LED range with the addition of the Luxeon FlipChip White. CSP technology eliminates the traditional submount to minimise package size, enabling manufacturers to directly attach the LED die to the PCB, which can cut system costs.
The company first introduced Luxeon FlipChip Royal Blue in February 2013. In early 2015, Lumileds released the Luxeon FlipChip UV, and has now introduced Luxeon FlipChip White for the general illumination market.
High lumen applications such as outdoor and industrial lighting will benefit from the high drive current capabilities and robust high power architecture of Luxeon FlipChip White, according to the company. In addition, the small source size and high lumen density of Luxeon FlipChip White enables high packing density and superior beam control for directional lamps and luminaires.
Luxeon FlipChip White is offered in two package sizes (1.4 x 1.4 mm and 1.1 x 1.1 mm) and a range of CCTs across 70 and 80 CRI. Lumileds also offers Luxeon FlipChip White on its market-leading Matrix Platform. These LED boards, linear flex and modules can come configured with Luxeon FlipChip White along with connectors, optics, wiring and/or electronics, improving time-to-market and simplifying the supply chain.
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