Everlight Launches High-power LEDs For Cars
AEC-Q101-qualified, MSL1-compliant LEDs correspond to different applications
Everlight Electronics, a Taiwanese LED and optoelectronics company, has announced four new ceramic high reflective packaged, high power automotive LEDs with a golden lead frame in four different colours: white, PC-amber, red and super red.
3030CLU-NP (White) features a cool colour temperature of 5180-6680K which makes is especially suited for daytime running lamps (DRL). Version 3030CLU-UY (PC-amber) is recommended for turn indicators and tail-lights.
As for centre high mount stop lamps (CHMSL), brake lamps and rear combination lamps, Everlight introduces red and super red colour options. Both 3030CLU-URR (red) and 3030CLU-USR (super red) with a wavelength of 612-624nm and 627 -639nm respectively provide a high luminous flux @350mA.
3030CLU-USR (super red) is based on European OE's preference and provides an even more vivid, thus easier to recognise red colour, which is also expected to help reduce car accidents.
Everlight's 3030CLU(AM) Series with a compact size (3.0x3.0x0.8mm) and a wide viewing angle of 120Â° is offered in a golden high reflective package. Using a ceramic substrate results in lower costs and a low thermal resistance of less than 7degC/W for an optimized heat management.
A further benefit is a junction temperature of up to 150degC (Tj150degC) and still keeping good performance. Usual 3030 packages are destroyed at this temperature, whereby Everlight's 3030CLU(AM) is suited for demanding exterior automotive applications. A golden lead frame improves sulphur resistance.
Everlight 3030CLU(AM) LED packages have passed qualification according to AEC-Q101 and comply with the highest MSL standard MSL1. The MSL (moisture sensitivity level) is an electronic standard for the time period in which a moisture sensitive device can be exposed to ambient room conditions.
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