LED Boosts Light Output 50%, Uses Existing Drivers
Cree’s new family of LEDs achieves a 50 percent improvement in light output over its previous highest performing single-die LED, setting a new performance standard for the 3.5mm footprint, says the company.
The new XLamp XHP35 family of LEDs introduces Cree’s high-voltage power die architecture, empowering manufacturers to make extreme high power LEDs for use with existing drivers. The new XHP35 LED delivers up to 1,833 lumens without the optical inefficiencies of a multi-die LED to enable new designs with reduced size and lower system costs.
The XHP35 family uses a new 12V monolithic power die to deliver extreme high power performance at drive currents at or less than 1A, making the use of high power LEDs more accessible for lighting designers.
The XHP35 High Density LED delivers new levels of light output in the compact XP footprint for high lumen applications, such as outdoor and high bay lighting. The XHP35 High Intensity LED is optimized to deliver maximum candela through secondary optics to boost performance and reduce size for applications requiring high light intensity, such as stadium, torch and track lighting.
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