PLCC Application Guide

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Table of Contents
I. Introduction.............................................................................................................................. 4
Feature.............................................................................................................................. 4
Applications.................................................................................................................... 4
Environmental Compliance...................................................................................... 5
II. Nomenclature and Characteristic Ranks...................................................................... 6
Nomenclature................................................................................................................ 6
Characteristic Ranks.................................................................................................... 7
Single Chip Luminous Intensity.............................................................................. 7
Color BIN Code...........................................................................................................10
Forward Voltage Ranks............................................................................................14
CCT , Wavelength Ranks..........................................................................................16
CCT Ranks -Edison Opto Standard Ranks.........................................................17
III. Product Dimensions..........................................................................................................19
IV. Overview of PLCC Products............................................................................................23
V. Specifications........................................................................................................................24
White...............................................................................................................................24
Single Color..................................................................................................................27
RGB 3in1........................................................................................................................27
Absolute Maximum Ratings...................................................................................28
VI. Reliability Test Items.........................................................................................................29
Failure Types.................................................................................................................30
LEDs Sulfur Cause and Anti-sulfur Cautions....................................................31
VII. Package, Transportation and Storage......................................................................35
Tags and Package.......................................................................................................35
Storage and Use.........................................................................................................40
Humidity Indicator.....................................................................................................42
Moisture Sensitivity Levels.....................................................................................43
VIII. Handling Notification....................................................................................................44
Notification on anti-static.......................................................................................44
Handling with PLCC Series......................................................................................45
Solder stencil print design......................................................................................46
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Pick and Place..............................................................................................................48
Reflow Program..........................................................................................................49
IX. Lighting Design Manufacture Service.......................................................................52
X. Applications..........................................................................................................................53
Module Applications.................................................................................................53
Solid-State Lighting Applications........................................................................53
Environmental Applications...................................................................................53
XI. Thermal Management.....................................................................................................54
Thermal Resistance and Junction Temperature (TJ) Calculation...............54
Calculation of Junction Temperature(TJ)............................................................55
Tips for Thermal Management.............................................................................55
XII. PLCC Module Series.........................................................................................................58
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I. Introduction
Ultra high luminous efficacy, combined with the flexibility in design due to its slim and
miniature size, PLCC LED Series are optimized to be used as backlight for LCD display and
portable computers, general illumination, flashlights, streetlights, spotlights, residential
lighting, tube light source, freezer lighting, industrial and commercial lightings. The small
physical dimension can free customers from any constrains or limitations in these fields of
applications. Furthermore, the reflow-solderable nature of high power PLCC provides an
easy path towards the optimum thermal management to achieve a promising reliability.
Feature
• High luminous Intensity and high efficiency
• Wide viewing angle : 120°
• Excellent performance and visibility
• Suitable for all SMT assembly methods
• IR reflow process compatible
• Environmental friendly-RoHS compliance
• High CRI performance
Applications
• Signal and Symbol Lighting
• Indoor and Outdoor Displays
• Backlighting (illuminated advertising, general lighting)
• Interior Automotive Lighting
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Environmental Compliance
PLCC series are compliant to the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive or
RoHS. The restricted materials including lead, mercury cadmium hexavalent chromium,
polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) are not used
in PLCC to provide an environmentally friendly product to the customers.
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II. Nomenclature and Characteristic Ranks
Nomenclature
2
T
xx
xx
xx
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X1
Items
xx 000 xxx
X6
X2
Components
X7
X8
X3
Series
X4
Wattage
Code
Type
Code
Type
Code
Type
Code
Type
2
Emitter
T
PLCC
01
3014
01
1W
03
3528
02
1.5W/2W
04
5050
03
3W
05
5630
05
5W
06
3535
X1
0.1W
07
1208
X2
0.2W
12
3030
X5
0.5W
Y6
0.06W
X5
Color
X6
Interal Code
X7
PCB Board
X8
Serial Number
Code
Type
Code
Type
Code
Type
Code
Type
CW
Cool White
--
--
--
--
--
--
NW
Neutral White_
WW
Warm White
RX
Red
TX
True Green
BX
Blue
AX
Amber
YX
Yellow
OX
Red Orange
M1
RGB
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Characteristic Ranks
Edison Opto has binned several characteristic of LED performance. Through the following
rank tables, you may easily understand the code and specifications on the labels and
reclassified by your own orders.
Single Chip Luminous Intensity
PLCC 1W / Federal / Edixeon white light and single color series (B.D.C.J.T.A.O.R)
not include Federal 5050
Photometric Luminous Flux Ranks (lm)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
G0
H0
J0
K0
L0
M0
N0
P0
Q0
Q1
Q2
R0
R1
R2
3.7-4.8
4.8-6.3
6.3-8.2
8.2-10.6
10.6-13.8
13.8-17.9
17.9-23.3
23.3-30.3
30.3-39.4
30.3-34.8
34.8-39.4
39.4-51.2
39.4-45.3
45.3-51.2
S0
S1
S2
T0
T1
T2
T3
U0
U1
U2
U3
V0
V1
V2
51.2-66.5
51.2-58.8
58.8-66.5
66.5-86.5
86.5-70
70-80
80-86.5
86.5-110
86.5-90
90-100
100-110
110-160
110-120
120-130
V3
V4
V5
W1
W2
W3
X1
X2
X3
X4
Y1
Y2
Y3
VA
130-140
140-150
150-160
160-180
180-200
200-220
220-240
240-260
260-280
280-300
300-320
320-340
340-360
90-95
VB
VC
VD
VE
VF
VG
VH
95-100
100-105
105-110
120-125
125-130
130-135
135-140
≦ PLCC 0.5W white light
PLCC 3030 42V
Photometric Luminous Flux Ranks (lm)
Photometric Efficiency Ranks (lm/W)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
4-5
5-6
6-7
7-8
8-9
9-10
10-11
11-12
12-13
13-14
14-15
15-16
16-18
18-20
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
20-22
22-24
24-26
26-28
28-30
30-32
32-35
35-40
40-45
45-50
50-55
55-60
60-65
65-70
U1
10-110
110-115
115-120
120-125
125-130
130-135
135-140
140-145
145-150
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U2
V1
V2
W1
W2
X1
X2
Y1
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Edixeon / Federal / EdiPower / EdiLine / EdiStar UV / IR Bin Groupinvisible
light (V.E.F.I.N)
Radiometric Power Ranks (mW)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
A0
A1
B0
B1
B2
B3
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
D0
D1
D2
0-50
50-100
100-200
200-300
300-400
400-500
500-600
600-700
700-800
800-900
900-1000
1000-1200
1200-1400
1400-1600
D3
D4
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
H0
1600-1800
1800-2000
2000-2500
2500-3000
3000-3500
3500-4000
4000-4500
4500-5000
5000-6000
6000-7000
7000-8000
8000-9000
9000-10000
10000-12000
H1
H2
12000-14000
14000-16000
PLCC1208/EdiLine / EdiPowerII / EdiStar white light and visible light
Federal 5050 (W.H.X.R.T.B.A)
Photometric Luminous Flux Ranks (lm)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
A0
A1
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
C0
C1
0-50
50-100
100-150
150-200
200-250
250-300
300-350
350-400
400-450
450-500
500-600
600-700
C2
C3
C4
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
F0
F1
F2
F3
700-800
800-900
900-1000
1000-1200
1200-1400
1400-1600
1600-1800
1800-2000
2000-2500
2500-3000
3000-3500
3500-4000
F4
F5
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
H0
H1
H2
H3
H4
4000-4500
4500-5000
5000-6000
6000-7000
7000-8000
8000-9000
9000-10000
10000-12000
12000-14000
14000-16000
16000-18000
18000-19000
H5
J0
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
K0
K1
K2
K3
K4
19000-20000
20000-25000
25000-30000
30000-35000
35000-40000
40000-45000
45000-50000
50000-60000
60000-70000
70000-80000
80000-90000
90000-100000
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PLCC 3528/5050 (R.T.B.A)
Luminous Intensity Ranks (mcd)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
C0
0-50
50-100
100-150
150-200
200-250
250-300
300-350
350-400
400-500
500-600
600-700
700-850
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
D0
E0
F0
G0
H0
850-1000
1000-1150
1150-1300
1300-1450
1450-1600
1600-1750
1750-1900
1900-2150
2150-2450
2450-2800
2800-3200
3200-3650
I0
J0
K0
L0
M0
N0
O0
P0
Q0
R0
X0
Y0
3650-4150
4150-4700
4700-5400
5400-6300
6300-7400
7400-8700
8700-10200
10200-11900
11900-13800
13800-15900
15900-18200
18200-20700
Z0
20700-23400
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Color BIN code
Color region stay within Macadam "3-Step/5-step" ellipse from the chromaticity center.
The chromaticity center refers to ANSI C78.377:2008.
Please refer to ANSI C78.377 for the chromaticity center.
CCT
2700K
3000K
3500K
4000K
5000K
5700K
6500K
Steps
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Cx
0.4578
0.4338
0.4073
0.3818
0.3447
0.3287
0.3123
Cy
0.4101
0.4030
0.3917
0.3797
0.3553
0.3417
0.3282
a
0.01350
0.01390
0.01545
0.01565
0.01370
0.01243
0.01115
b
0.00700
0.00680
0.00690
0.00670
0.00590
0.00533
0.00475
theta
53.70
53.22
54.00
53.72
59.62
59.09
58.57
CCT
2700K
3000K
3500K
4000K
5000K
5700K
6500K
Steps
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Cx
0.4578
0.4338
0.4073
0.3818
0.3447
0.3287
0.3123
Cy
0.4101
0.4030
0.3917
0.3797
0.3553
0.3417
0.3282
a
0.00810
0.00834
0.00927
0.00939
0.00822
0.00746
0.00669
b
0.00420
0.00408
0.00414
0.00402
0.00354
0.00320
0.00285
theta
53.70
53.22
54.00
53.72
59.62
59.09
58.57
Cool White
4750K
5000K
5300K
5650K
6000K
6550K
7050K
CIE-y
10
7550K
57C
57X
65Y
B
65C 57
U
6500K
CIE-x
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57
V
573
65
65X
V
70Y
3 65 D 57A
5B 5T
5
6
6
C
6
65
0
7
57W
65S
A
5
Z
6
65
70D
65W
70Z
T
57
57S
57
57D
57Z
5700K
50Y C
50
50X
57Y
50B
T
50
503
50S
50A
50W
U
50
V
50
50D
50Z
5000K
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Neutral White
3700K
4000K
40Y
4250K
40X
CIE-y
403
40T
40A
40C
U
40
40B
V
40
40S
40D
40Z
40W
4000K
CIE-x
Warm White
2700K
2850K
3050K
27B
3200K
30B
3450K
3700K
35B
T
CIE-y
11
35
U
35
353
35S
35A
35C
T
30
U
30
303
30S
30A
5D
V
35
V
30
30D
3
3500K
CIE-x
T
27
27S
27A
2700K
3000K
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30C
273
V
27
27D
U
27
27C
2580K
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6500K
65X
X
0.3005
0.3099
0.3115
0.3028
65B
Y
0.3415
0.3509
0.3391
0.3304
X
0.3115
0.3028
0.3048
0.3130
Y
0.3509
0.3602
0.3481
0.3391
X
0.3205
0.3115
0.3130
0.3213
Y
0.3602
0.3690
0.3538
0.3462
X
0.3290
0.3207
0.3215
0.3290
Y
0.3690
0.3762
0.3616
0.3538
X
0.3376
0.3290
0.3290
0.3371
Y
0.3762
0.3840
0.3687
0.3616
X
0.3463
0.3376
0.3371
0.3451
Y
0.3840
0.3907
0.3760
0.3687
X
0.3551
0.3463
0.3451
0.3533
65Y
X
0.3099
0.3196
0.3205
0.3115
65A
Y
0.3391
0.3304
0.3207
0.3290
X
0.3130
0.3048
0.3068
0.3144
Y
0.3481
0.3391
0.3290
0.3373
X
0.3213
0.3130
0.3144
0.3221
Y
0.3538
0.3462
0.3350
0.3417
X
0.3290
0.3215
0.3222
0.3290
Y
0.3616
0.3538
0.3417
0.3490
X
0.3371
0.3290
0.3290
0.3366
Y
0.3687
0.3616
0.3490
0.3554
X
0.3451
0.3371
0.3366
0.3440
Y
0.3760
0.3687
0.3554
0.3620
X
0.3533
0.3451
0.3440
0.3515
65C
65W
Y
0.3290
0.3207
0.3113
0.3186
X
0.3068
0.3144
0.3161
0.3093
Y
0.3373
0.3290
0.3186
0.3261
X
0.3144
0.3221
0.3231
0.3161
Y
0.3417
0.3350
0.3243
0.3300
X
0.3222
0.3290
0.3290
0.3231
Y
0.3490
0.3417
0.3300
0.3369
X
0.3290
0.3366
0.3361
0.3290
Y
0.3554
0.3490
0.3369
0.3427
X
0.3366
0.3440
0.3429
0.3361
Y
0.3620
0.3554
0.3427
0.3487
X
0.3440
0.3515
0.3495
0.3429
65D
Y
0.3113
0.3186
0.3059
0.2993
65Z
Y
0.3186
0.3261
0.3120
0.3059
5700K
57X
X
0.3196
0.3290
0.3290
0.3207
57B
57Y
X
0.3290
0.3381
0.3376
0.3290
57A
57C
57W
57D
Y
0.3243
0.3300
0.3180
0.3120
57Z
Y
0.3300
0.3369
0.3245
0.3180
5000K
50X
X
0.3381
0.3480
0.3463
0.3376
50B
50Y
X
0.3480
0.3571
0.3551
0.3463
50A
50C
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50W
50D
Y
0.3369
0.3427
0.3307
0.3245
50Z
Y
0.3427
0.3487
0.3339
0.3307
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4000K
40X
X
0.3771
0.3736
0.3871
0.3914
40B
Y
0.4034
0.3874
0.3959
0.4115
X
0.3871
0.3736
0.3702
0.3828
Y
0.4115
0.3959
0.4044
0.4208
X
0.4006
0.3871
0.3828
0.3950
Y
0.3921
0.3848
0.3690
0.3752
X
0.4148
0.3996
0.3941
0.4083
Y
0.4033
0.3990
0.3814
0.3854
X
0.4431
0.4299
0.4223
0.4345
Y
0.4101
0.4077
0.3893
0.3919
X
0.4687
0.4562
0.4468
0.4578
40Y
X
0.3914
0.3871
0.4006
0.4060
40A
Y
0.3959
0.3874
0.3722
0.3803
X
0.3828
0.3702
0.3670
0.3784
Y
0.4044
0.3959
0.3803
0.3875
X
0.3950
0.3828
0.3784
0.3898
Y
0.4090
0.4015
0.3848
0.3921
X
0.4299
0.4148
0.4083
0.4223
Y
0.4213
0.4165
0.3990
0.4033
X
0.4562
0.4431
0.4345
0.4468
Y
0.4289
0.4260
0.4077
0.4101
X
0.4813
0.4687
0.4578
0.4703
40C
40W
Y
0.3803
0.3722
0.3578
0.3647
X
0.3670
0.3640
0.3740
0.3784
Y
0.3875
0.3803
0.3647
0.3716
X
0.3784
0.3740
0.3844
0.3898
Y
0.4165
0.4090
0.3921
0.399
X
0.4223
0.4083
0.4018
0.4147
Y
0.4260
0.4213
0.4033
0.4077
X
0.4468
0.4345
0.4260
0.4373
Y
0.4319
0.4289
0.4101
0.4132
X
0.4703
0.4578
0.4483
0.4593
40D
Y
0.3578
0.3440
0.3491
0.3647
40Z
Y
0.3647
0.3491
0.3552
0.3716
3500K
35A
X
0.4083
0.3941
0.3889
0.4018
35B
35C
35D
Y
0.399
0.3921
0.3752
0.3814
3000K
30A
X
0.4345
0.4223
0.4147
0.4260
30B
30C
30D
Y
0.4077
0.4033
0.3854
0.3893
2700K
27A
X
0.4578
0.4468
0.4373
0.4483
27B
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27C
27D
Y
0.4132
0.4101
0.3919
0.3944
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Forward Voltage Ranks
The voltage of blue and green light BIN (W.H.X.B.J.T.D.C.V)
Forward Voltage Ranks (VF)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
V00
VA0
VB0
VC0
V01
VA1
VB1
VC1
V02
VA2
2.5-2.8
2.5-2.6
2.6-2.7
2.7-2.8
2.8-3.1
2.8-2.9
2.9-3.0
3.0-3.1
3.1-3.4
3.1-3.2
VB2
VC2
V03
VA3
VB3
VC3
V04
VA4
VB4
VC4
3.2-3.3
3.3-3.4
3.4-3.7
3.4-3.5
3.5-3.6
3.6-3.7
3.7-4.0
3.7-3.8
3.8-3.9
3.9-4.0
V05
VA5
VB5
VC5
4.0-4.3
4.0-4.1
4.1-4.2
4.2-4.3
The voltage of red light BIN (A.O.R.Y.E.F.I.N)
Forward Voltage Ranks (VF)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
U00
UA0
UB0
UC0
U01
UA1
UB1
UC1
U02
UA2
UB2
0.7-1.0
0.7-0.8
0.8-0.9
0.9-1.0
1.0-1.3
1.0-1.1
1.1-1.2
1.2-1.3
1.3-1.6
1.3-1.4
1.4-1.5
UC2
U03
UA3
UB3
UC3
U04
UA4
UB4
UC4
U05
UA5
1.5-1.6
1.6-1.9
1.6-1.7
1.7-1.8
1.8-1.9
1.9-2.2
1.9-2.0
2.0-2.1
2.1-2.2
2.2-2.5
2.2-2.3
UB5
UC5
V00
VA0
VB0
VC0
V01
VA1
VB1
VC1
2.3-2.4
2.4-2.5
2.5-2.8
2.5-2.6
2.6-2.7
2.7-2.8
2.8-3.1
2.8-2.9
2.9-3.0
3.0-3.1
PLCC 3030 42V
PLCC 3030 6V
Forward Voltage Ranks (VF)
Forward Voltage Ranks (VF)
Group
Range
Group
Range
AXX
BXX
CXX
DXX
EXX
40.5-42.0
42.0-43.5
43.5-45.0
45.0-46.5
46.5-48.0
U56
U58
U60
U62
U64
U66
U68
5.6-5.8
5.8-6.0
6.0-6.2
6.2-6.4
6.4-6.6
6.6-6.8
6.8-7.0
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The voltage of multiple chips BIN EdiLine / EdiPowerII / EdiStar white light and
visible light
Forward Voltage Ranks (VF)
Group
Range
Group
Range
Group
Range
V5A
V5B
V6A
V6B
V7A
V7B
V8A
V8B
V9A
V9B
V10
V11
V12
V13
V14
V15
V16
V17
V18
V19
V20
V21
V22
V23
V24
V25
V26
V27
V28
V29
V30
V31
V32
V33
V34
V35
5.0-5.5
5.5-6.0
6.0-6.5
6.5-7.0
7.0-7.5
7.5-8.0
8.0-8.5
8.5-9.0
9.0-9.5
9.5-10
10-11
11-12
12-13
13-14
14-15
15-16
16-17
17-18
18-19
19-20
20-21
21-22
22-23
23-24
24-25
25-26
26-27
27-28
28-29
29-30
30-31
31-32
32-33
33-34
34-35
35-36
V36
V37
V38
V39
V40
V41
V42
V43
V44
V45
V46
V47
V48
V49
V50
V52
V54
V56
V58
V60
V62
V64
V66
V68
V70
V72
V74
V76
V78
V80
V82
V84
V86
V88
V90
V92
36-37
37-38
38-39
39-40
40-41
41-42
42-43
43-44
44-45
45-46
46-47
47-48
48-49
49-50
50-52
52-54
54-56
56-58
58-60
60-62
62-64
64-66
66-68
68-70
70-72
72-74
74-76
76-78
78-80
80-82
82-84
84-86
86-88
88-90
90-92
92-94
V94
V96
V98
VD0
VD1
VD2
VD3
VD4
VD5
VD6
VD7
VD8
VD9
VE0
VE1
VE2
VE3
VE4
VE5
VE6
VE7
VE8
VE9
VF0
VF1
VF2
VF3
VF4
94-96
96-98
98-100
100-110
110-120
120-130
130-140
140-150
150-160
160-170
170-180
180-190
190-200
200-210
210-220
220-230
230-240
240-250
250-260
260-270
270-280
280-290
290-300
300-310
310-320
320-330
330-340
340-350
Notes :
1. IV , CCT, VF and Wavelength are measured with an accuracy of ± 10%, ± 5% K, ± 0.1V, ± 1nm respectively.
2. LED is an ever changing technology. Please refer to the datasheets for the final specifications.
3. The above data is ready in 2014.
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CCT , Wavelength Ranks
Single Color Wavelength Ranks (nm)
1.0
0.8
Intensity (%)
16
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0
400
420
440
460
480
500
520
540
560
580
600
620
Wavelength (nm)
Group
Red
Bin
RX0
0X1
610
615
Amber
0X2
615
620
Yellow
True Green
Blue
Cyan
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Min (nm)
620
Max (nm)
630
0F0
608
615
YW0
585
588
YX0
588
591
YY0
591
595
TV0
515
520
TW0
520
525
TX0
525
530
TY0
530
535
BW0
460
465
BX0
465
470
BY0
470
475
0X1
490
495
0X2
495
500
0F0
500
505
0F1
505
510
640
660
680
700
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CCT Ranks -Edison Opto Standard Ranks
Group/
CCT (Typ.)
XY
XY
Group/
CCT (Typ.)
XY
XY
Group/
CCT (Typ.)
XY
XY
0.4293
0.3942
0.4221
0.3789
0.3837
3,150K 0.4100
0.4221
0.3789
0.4375
0.4293
0.4116
0.3942
0.4028
2,900K 0.4436
0.3991
0.4525
0.4614
0.4333
0.4767
0.4366
2,700K 0.4671
Group/
CCT (Typ.)
XY
XY
0.4164
0.3890
0.4021
0.3821
0.3738
3,300K 0.4100
0.3738
0.4164
0.3890
0.3965
0.3672
0.4239
0.4375
0.4064
0.4116
0.4085
0.4239
0.3995
0.4064
0.3991
3,150K 0.4293
0.3942
3,300K 0.4164
0.3890
0.4162
0.4164
0.3890
0.4021
0.3821
0.4614
0.4333
0.4311
0.4233
0.4085
0.3995
0.4525
0.4162
0.4456
0.4286
0.4147
0.4161
0.4196
2,900K 0.4375
0.4116
3,150K 0.4375
0.4116
3,300K 0.4311
0.4233
0.4525
0.4162
0.4456
0.4286
0.4239
0.4064
0.4239
0.4064
0.4705
0.4508
0.4538
0.4459
0.4384
0.4404
0.4384
0.4404
0.4866
0.4541
0.4705
0.4508
0.4538
0.4459
0.4311
0.4233
2,700K 0.4767
0.4366
2,900K 0.4614
0.4333
3,150K 0.4456
0.4286
3,300K 0.4147
0.4161
0.4614
0.4333
0.4456
0.4286
0.4311
0.4233
0.4209
0.4326
0.4436
0.3991
0.4576
0.4028
0.4293
0.3942
0.4436
0.3991
2,700K 0.4489
0.3875
2,900K 0.4355
0.4355
0.3837
0.4525
0.4671
0.4162
0.4196
2,700K 0.4576
0.4436
M10
M20
M30
M40
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N10
N20
N30
N40
P10
P20
P30
P40
Q10
Q20
Q30
Q40
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III. Product Dimensions
Type : 3014
Polarity
Mark
3.0
2.7
1.630
.83
0.8
1.4
Type : 3528 0.06W
Polarity
Mark
Type : 3528 0.5W
3.5
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1.8
1.9
Polarity
Mark
0.65
1.07
1.9
1.9
3.1
2.8
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Type : 2835
3.50
0.70
0.45
0.45
1.75
2.80
1.70
0.75
0.20
Type : 3528 1W
3.50
3.10


2.80 1.90
 1.70

Ts
1.95
1.00
0.80
Cathode
Type : 3535
3.6
3.5
0.45
2.7
0.6
2.45
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3.6
Polarity Mark
3.6
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Type : 5050 0.2W
Polarity Mark
Type : 5050 0.5W/1W
1
4
1
4
2
5
2
5
6
3
6
3
2
1
1
2.62
0.65
2
5.700±0.10
3.63
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0.89
1.18
1.35
4.70±0.05
1.35
Cathode
2.050
Type : 5630B 0.5W
3.00±0.05
3.00
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Type : 1208
Polarity
Mark
(-)
7.80
1
0.45
11.9
1.00
02.0
07.25
0.45
6.70
06.30
11.0
3.70
11.3
0.25
7.35
0.45
2
0.80
0.45
(+)
0.50
Type : 5050 1.3W/2W/3W
5.4
5.40
0.95
0.95
5.0
5.00
5.0
5.00
1
2
0.70
0.7
1
2
0.15
Type : 3030
2
0.60
1
1 2
1.88
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0.60
0.72
2.10
3.20
3.00
3.00
22
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IV. Overview of PLCC Products
EDISON OPTO provides a complete PLCC line. Customers may choose their need by
the following table. Further demands which are not indicated below, please feel free to
contact with EDISON OPTO.
IF
(mA)
2835
3014
3528
0.06W
3528
0.2W
3528
0.5W
3528
1W
5050
0.2W
5050
0.5W
3535
1/3W
5050
1W
5630B
0.5W
1208
-
30
20
20
150
1500
60
150
350
350
150
500
5050
1.3W
5050
2W
5050
3W
3030
6V
3030
42V
20
30
240
150
33
White
Red
Amber
Yellow
Green
Blue
RGB
3in1
IF
(mA)
White
Note: For more specifications and operation conditions, please refer to its datasheet.
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V. Specifications
White
Items
Pictures
3014 0.1W
3014 0.2W
3528 0.06W
3528 0.5W
3528 1W
3535 1/3W
5050 0.2W
5050 1W
5050 1W
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Order Code
CCT (K)
Flux (lm)
typ.
IF(mA)
VF(V)
typ
CRI
2T01X1CW14000001
5000,5700,6500
12.0
30
3.2
80
2T01X1NW11000001
4000
12.0
30
3.2
80
2T01X1WW11000001
2700,3000
11.5
30
3.2
80
2T01X2CW14000001
5000,5700,6500
22
60
3.2
80
2T01X2NW11000001
4000
22
60
3.2
80
2T01X2WW11000001
2700,3000
21
60
3.2
80
2T03Y6CW06000001
5000,5700,6500
9
20
3.2
80
2T03Y6NW01000001
4000
9
20
3.2
80
2T03Y6WW01000001
2700,3000
8
20
3.2
80
2T03X5CW20000002
5000,5700,6500
65
150
3.2
80
2T03X5NW11000001
4000
60
150
3.2
80
2T03X5WW11000001
2700,3000
60
150
3.2
80
2T0301CW11000002
5000,5700,6500
120
150
6.4
80
2T0301NW11000003
4000
120
150
6.4
80
115
150
2T0301WW11000003
2700,3000
6.4
80
2T0601CW11000001
5000-10000
120/215 350/700
3.2
80
2T0601NW11000001
3800-5000
110/200 350/700
3.2
80
2T0601WW11000001
2670-3800
105/190 350/700
3.2
80
2T04X2CW06000001
5000-10000
21.0
60
3.2
70
2T04X2NW01000001
3800-5000
20.5
60
3.2
75
2T04X2WW01000001
2670-3800
17.5
60
3.2
80
2T0401CW06000002
5000-10000
130
350
3.2
70
2T0401NW05000003
3800-5000
125
350
3.2
75
2T0401WW05000002
2670-3800
115
350
3.2
80
2T0401CW11000001
5000-10000
115
60
18.3
85
2T0401NW11000001
3800-5000
115
60
18.3
85
2T0401WW05000004
2670-3800
120
60
17.5
85
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White
Items
Pictures
5630B 0.5W
3V
5630B 0.5W
24V
5630B 0.5W
HE
2835 0.2W
2835 0.5W
1208 3W
1208 5W
1208 7W
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CCT (K)
Flux (lm)
typ.
IF(mA)
VF(V)
typ
CRI
2T05X5CW14000004
5000,5700,6500
60
150
3.2
80
2T05X5NW11000004
4000
60
150
3.2
80
2T05X5WW11000006
2700,3000
55
150
3.2
80
2T05X5CW23000003
5000,5700,6500
65
20
25
80
2T05X5NW23000005
4000
65
20
25
80
2T05X5WW23000003
2700,3000
65
20
25
80
2T05X5CW11000016
5000,5700,6500
34
65
2.9
80
2T05X5NW11000016
4000
34
65
2.9
80
2T05X5WW11000016
2700,3000
34
65
2.9
80
2T03X2CW11000002
5000,5700,6500
25
60
3.2
80
2T03X2NW11000002
4000
24
60
3.2
80
2T03X2WW11000002
2700,3000
24
60
3.2
80
2T03X5CW11000002
5000,5700,6500
65
150
3.2
80
2T03X5NW11000002
4000
60
150
3.2
80
2T03X5WW11000002
2700,3000
60
150
3.2
80
2T0703CW11000001
5000,5700,6500
450
350
9
80
80
2T0703NW11000001
4000
450
350
9
2T0703WW11000001
2700,3000
400
350
9
80
2T0705CW11000006
5000,5700,6500
600
500
9
80
2T0705NW11000001
4000
600
500
9
80
2T0705WW11000001
2700,3000
550
500
9
80
2T0707CW06000001
5000,5700,6500
800
350
20
80
2T0707NW11000001
4000
800
350
20
80
2T0707WW11000001
2700,3000
750
350
20
80
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White
Items
Pictures
5050 1.3W
5050 2W
5050 3W
3030 1.5W
3030 1.5W
3030 1.5W
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CCT (K)
Flux (lm)
typ.
IF(mA)
VF(V)
typ
CRI
2T0401CW23000001
5000,5700,6500
155
20
65
80
2T0401NW23000001
4000
150
20
65
80
2T0401WW23000001
2700,3000
140
20
65
80
2T0402CW11000006
5000,5700,6500
220
30
60
80
2T0402NW11000006
4000
210
30
60
80
2T0402WW11000006
2700,3000
200
30
60
80
2T0403CW11000001
5000,5700,6500
390
240
12
80
2T0403NW11000001
4000
380
240
12
80
2T0403WW11000001
2700,3000
370
240
12
80
2T1202CW05000002
5000,5700,6500
150
150
6
70
2T1202NW05000002
4000
140
150
6
70
2T1202WW05000002
2700,3000
130
150
6
70
2T1202CW05000001
5000,5700,6500
190
33
42
70
2T1202NW05000001
4000
180
33
42
70
2T1202WW05000001
2700,3000
170
33
42
70
2T1202CW11000001
5000,5700,6500
140
150
6
80
2T1202NW11000001
4000
130
150
6
80
2T1202WW11000001
2700,3000
120
150
6
80
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Single Color
Items
Pictures
3528 0.06W
5050 0.2W
3030 1.5W
Order Code
Color
λd(nm)
Iv(mcd/lm)
IF(mA)
VF(V) Typ
2T03Y6RX00000002
620-630
700mcd
20
2.1
2T03Y6AX00000002
610-620
1000mcd
20
2.1
2T03Y6YX00000002
585-595
1000mcd
20
2.1
2T03Y6TX00000002
520-535
1500mcd
20
3.2
2T03Y6BX00000002
465-475
330mcd
20
3.2
2T04X2RX00000001
620-630
2000mcd
60
2.1
2T04X2AX00000001
610-620
2900mcd
60
2.1
2T04X2YX00000001
585-595
2900mcd
60
2.1
2T04X2TX00000001
520-535
4000mcd
60
3.2
2T04X2BX00000001
465-475
900mcd
60
3.2
2T1202AX19000001
585-595
130lm
350
3.0
2T1202RX00000001
620-630
45lm
350
2.0
2T1202BX00000001
465-475
30lm
350
3.0
Iv(mcd)
IF(mA)
VF(V) Typ
620-630
700
20
2.1
520-535
1200
20
3.2
465-675
330
20
3.2
RGB 3in1
Items
Pictures
5050 6P
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Order Code
2T04X2M100000003
Color
λd(nm)
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Unit
DC Forward Current [1]
IF
Refer to each product data sheet
mA
Peak Pulsed Current
(tp≤100μs,duty cycle=0.25)
IPulse
Refer to each product data sheet
mA
Transient Surge Voltage
VR
Refer to each product data sheet
V
Reverse Voltage
Refer to each product data sheet
V
125
°C
LED Junction Temperature
TJ
Operating Temperature
-
-40~+85
°C
Storage Temperature
-
-40~+125
°C
ESD Sensitivity
VB
2000
V
Reflow Soldering Temperature
-
255~260
°C
Reflow Soldering Time
-
10~30
Seconds
Manual Soldering
-
Max 350°C/≤3 seconds
-
Notes:
1. Please follow the “Absolute Maximum Rating” for each product to maintain the proper performance.
2. The values are based on 1-die performance.
3. Proper current derating must be observed to maintain junction temperature below the maximum.
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VI. Reliability Test Items
The following table describes operating life, mechanical, and environmental tests
performed on PLCC series package.
Test 1(1): JEDEC 2A Test
Stress Test
Stress Conditions
Duration
120 Hr(<0.5W)
168 Hr(≥0.5W)
3 Times
Temperature and Humidity
60°C/ 60%RH
IR reflow
Peak temp. = 255~260°C/ <10 Sec.
Failure Criteria
No Catastrophes
Duration
Failure Criteria
1000 Hours
(3)
85°C/ 85%RH,IF= I DCmax×0.5
1000 Hours
(3)
85°C
1000 Hours
(3)
-40°C
1000 Hours
(3)
-40°C/125°C
15 min dwell<10 sec transfer
-40°C/100°C
30 min dwell <15min transfer
1000Hours/
200 Cycles
1000Hours/
200 Cycles
No Catastrophes
Test 2: Other Test
Stress Test
Room Temperature Operating Life
High Temperature High
Humidity Operating Life
High Temperature Storage
Life
Low Temperature Storage
Life
Non-Operating Thermal
Shock
Non-Operating Thermal
Cycle
Stress Conditions
25°C,IF=I DCmax
(2)
Notes:
1. Reliability test 2 is performed after reliability test 1.
2. DC max is defined to be under the indicated driving current for PLCC respectively
3. Failure Criteria:
- Electrical failures: VF shifts ≥10%
- Light Output Degradation: Percentage level shift ≥ 35% for PLCC<0.5W
- Light Output Degradation: Percentage level shift ≥ 50% at 1,000hrs or 500cycle for PLCC≥0.5W
- Visual failures: Broken or damaged package on lens or substrate
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Failure Types
Catastrophic failures are failures that result in the LED emitting no light or very little light
at normal current levels (e.g. 20mA or 60mA). Catastrophic failures are not expected
for PLCC emitters that are handled and operated within the limits specified in PLCC
documentation. Please refer to Absolute Maximum Ratings for more information on
design limits.
Parametric failures are failures that cause key characteristics to shift outside of acceptable
bounds. The most common parametric failure, for a high-power LED, is permanent light
output degradation over operating life. Most other light sources experience catastrophic
failure at the end of their useful life, providing a clear indication that the light source
must be replaced. For instance, the filament of an incandescent light bulb breaks and
the bulb ceases to create light. In contrast, high-power LEDs generally do not experience
catastrophic failure but simply become too dim to be useful in the intended application.
Further discussion of this matter can be found in the Long-Term Lumen Maintenance
Testing section of this document.
Another parametric failure common to white LEDs is a large and permanent shift in the
exact color of white light output, called the white point or color point. A shift in white
point may not be detectable in one LED by itself, but would be obvious in a side-by-side
comparison of multiple LEDs. Since each lighting installation commonly uses many highpower LEDs, white point stability is a point of concern for lighting designers. Typically,
white high-power LEDs, created by combining blue LEDs with yellow (and sometimes
red) phosphor, will shift towards blue over operational life. This shift can be accelerated
by high temperatures and high drive currents.
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LED Sulfur Cause and Anti-sulfur Cautions
What is the Sulfur? How to prevent the sulfur?
During producing and using LED, we often encounter the problem, LED failure caused by
Sulfur, which brings customers and manufacturers some troubles. So, it is necessary to
understand the LED sulfur correctly and know how to prevent the sulfur. Here, we discuss
the Sulfur briefly.
1. What is the LED Sulfur?
LED sulfur means, in certain temperature and humidity conditions, S from the
environment react with Ag to produce black Ag2S. Sulfur has a strong affinity for silver
and can be directly into Ag2S upon heating.
Reaction equation: 2Ag+S= Ag2S
LED sulfured
LED un-sulfured
2. What happens if the Sulfur occurs in LED?
After sulfuring, the function area will go blacking, luminous flux will gradually decrease,
and color temperature will shift apparently. Ag2S’ conductivity increases rapidly as the
temperature rises, which may cause electricity leakage in use. However, with the silver
layer of L/F is becoming worse and worse by sulfur, LED will be in failure finally and the
problem of death light occurs.
3. When does the Sulfur occur?
For packaging companies, we often receive customers’ complaint of LED failure. Generally,
it is the feedback of the sulfur already occurred. Through survey and analysis with
customers, we find that there are two causes of sulfur abnormality:
a. In the process of aging and storage on the customer side.
b. After reflow on the customer side.
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4. Where is the sulfur from in the sulfur process?
a. Power supply: the built-in power of LED contains twenty or thirty kinds of raw materials,
which produce gas containing sulfur, chlorine, bromine. These chemical substances are
reacted with nitrogen vapor to generate the corrosive harmful gas, leading corrosion to
the LED.
b. PCB: there is still some sulfur residue in PCB, although the PCB manufacturers in
production try to clean PCB and remove the sulfide solvent residue. It is very difficult to
completely clean it under the current production technology.
c. Power line and rubber insulation packaging materials.
d. Flame retardant containing halogen: PCB, housing, plastic, insulation layer of aluminum
substrate. Halogen compounds, such as PBB, PBDE and TBBP -A, PCB, HBCD, TBP and SCCP,
are often used in PCB, housing, plastic materials, as flame retardant. The materials are
heated, in a certain temperature, will generate halogen gas, which reacted with nitrogen
vapor, produce the corrosive harmful gas, leading corrosion to the LED.
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e. Solder paste flux: the flux activator usually contains a few halogens or organic acid
and halogen usually use chlorine/ bromine, which can make silver become black silver
bromide/silver chloride.
Make sure no sulfur in solder
paste flux
f. Printing ink: sulfur maybe in green oil of PCB, white oil of aluminum substrate,
characters, the paint of the lights and radiators.
5. How to prevent the LED sulfur?
a. Because the silicone has the oxygen and moisture permeability, LED packaging
manufactures should choose silicone of small gap, good air tightness and high sulfur
resistance as encapsulation material. The silicone must meet the following requirements:
the refractive index is RI>1.5, oxygen permeability <1500g/m2/24hr, trying to avoid LED
Sulfur.
b. Sulfur content of PCB need to be controlled in application.
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c. Clean PCB after reflow in high temp, and then SMT, such order must be kept strictly,
because the sulfur is very active in high temp.
d. Choose cleaning materials and accessories without sulfur or acid.
e. LED avoids being stored in the environment containing sulfur. Half-finished LED
(not sealed), should be kept in constant temperature humidity chamber, avoiding the
exposure in acid or halogen environment.
In conclusion, as long as we understand the Sulfur correctly and take proper measures,
the risk of LED Sulfur will be reduced greatly.
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VII. Package, Transportation and Storage
Tags and Package
When receive a package, please check the items as below:
1.
Confirm the all the packages are intact. The anti-static bags have no damages or
punctures.
2.
Confirm the information written on the tag is corresponded to the order.
3.
Check the quantity is corresponded to the information on the tag.
4.
If there are any inconsistencies, please contact EDISON OPTO.
Tag
1
2
3
4
Notes:
1 SAP Order Code
2 Bin Group (Flux—CCT/Wavelength--VF)
3 Series Number
4 MES barcode
Tape and Reel Dimension
3014 Dimension
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3535 Dimension
5050 6P Dimension
5050 0.5/1W Dimension
40±0.20
5630B Dimension
40±0.20
1.75±0.10
1.5±0.1 2±0.10
B’
0.3±0.05
5o
A’
A
1.3
B
5
1.5±0.1
1.6±0.10
o
5.3±0.10
SEC:A-A’
4
SEC:B-B’
1.3
3030 Dimension
5050 1.3/2/3W Dimension
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Specification
Tol (+/-)
W
12.00
±0.20
E
1.75
±0.10
F
5.50
±0.05
D0
1.50
+0.10, -0
D1
1.50
±0.10
P0
4.00
±0.05
P1
8.00
±0.10
P2
2.00
+0.10
P0X10
40.00
±0.20
Item
Specification
Tol. (+/-)
W
E
F
D0
D1
P0
P1
P2
P0 x 10
8.00
1.75
3.50
1.50
1.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
40.00
0.20
3.20
3.20
0.78
± 0.20
± 0.10
± 0.05
+0.10, -0
± 0.10
± 0.10
± 0.10
± 0.05
± 0.20
± 0.05
± 0.10
± 0.10
± 0.10
t
0.25
±0.05
t
A0
5.30
±0.10
B0
5.70
±0.10
K0
1.80
±0.10
A0
B0
K0
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Tube
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Reel
For All PLCC Series
∅178±1.00
±0
.5
0
∅60±0.50
9±0.50
∅1
3
For 5050 1.3/2/3W Only
For 3030 Only
56.0
60.0±0.5
178.0±1
1.4
13.5±0.3
38
2.0
9.0±0.5
12.0±0.5
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Quantity and Package Dimension
There are two different package quantities for PLCC LEDs. Please confirm the noted
quantity before unseal.
Seal
Reel
Label
Label
Moisture absorbent material
3014, 2835, 3528 0.5W/1W, 3030
Moisture proof bag
3535
Item
Quantity
Dimension(mm)
Item
Quantity
Dimension(mm)
Reel
4,000pcs
R=178
Reel
800pcs
R=178
Item
Quantity
Dimension(mm)
Item
Quantity
Dimension(mm)
Reel
2,000pcs
R=178
Reel
3,000pcs
R=178
Item
Quantity
Dimension(mm)
Item
Quantity
Dimension(mm)
Reel
1,000pcs
R=178
Reel
50pcs
412x12x2
3528 0.06W
5630B
1208
5050
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Storage and Use
PLCC Series product belongs to surface mount device (SMD) which is very sensitive to the
variation of humidity. Inside a LED with effected by moisture, the vapor would expansion
during the reflow process and cause the internal stress. The weak part inside a LED will
crack because of the stress, or moreover, it has a shortage of the circuit. Please follow the
instructions below when apply the device in order to be sure the completeness and keep
the original characters after process.
1. Storage
Control the environment temperature at 22±5°C and humidity at 70±10%RH.
Used within 1 year.
Unless for IQC need, it is strongly recommend not to open the bag before process. If no
immediate usage after open, please reseal the PLCC with a moisture absorbent material
and a new humidity indicator, then storage at the environment which is indicated at the
above condition.
2. Usage
When open the anti-static bag, please cut carefully to avoid the damage on the type and
reel.
To avoid damp, please open the bag only before usage.
After open a bag, please confirm the status of the humidity indicator. The humidity
indicator is for indicate the humidity inside the anti-static bag. Under a normal storage
condition, the indicator should appear in blue. If turns to pink, it indicate the humidity
percentage inside the bag, as well as for the LED devices.
If a partial of indicator has turn pink, please proceed a bake process at 75±5°C with an
oven for 24 hours before any further operation. (Caution: do not put the anti-static bag
into the oven. Do not open the oven during the bake)
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•
Please use an axial pole to make the reel perpendicular to the oven, and make sure
the reel hasn’t contact with the metal part of the oven to prevent the deformation of
the reel.
•
LED electrodes and lead frame consist copper and silver alloy. Please make sure the
operation environment has no material that may cause oxidation or sulfide.
•
After bake, devices are able to go on to the mount process immediately. Do not
cool down at a open area. Cool down in the oven if the devices are not going to be
use right away and reseal the with a new moisture absorbent material and a new
humidity indicator, then storage at the environment which is indicated at the above
condition.
•
Re-use the PLCC components which are opened, please proceed the bake process
before mount.
•
According to PLCC moisture sensitivity level, LEDs should be operated within 1
month after open.
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Humidity Indicator
A humidity indicator is a moisture-sensitive card which response the moisture level of
the environment by color change. Especially for humidity sensitive electronic device, by
reading the color changed spot, users may easily been noticed the moisture condition of
the device, and manage the device before the following process.
Edison Opto has included an indicator in each anti-static bag. Customers may classify the
humidity level when open the bag and carry out the drying procedure if necessary.
Indicator Classification and products carry out:
1.
When products have been moisture by 10%, the spot at 10% would turn to
pink, and the rest of the spot maintain blue. No extra dry procedure needs to be
carrying out.
2.
When products have been moisture by 20%, the spot at 10% and 20%
would turn to pink, and the rest of the spot maintain blue. Please proceed
a drying process at 60°C for 20 hours after open. (Details please refer to the
paragraph:“Storage and Use-Usage”)
3.
When products have been moisture by 30%, the spot at 10% to 30% would turn
to pink. Do not precede any further process to avoid any damage of LEDs, and
call your Edison Opto contacts.
Note : Instructions above are only applicable for first open.
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Moisture Sensitivity Levels
JEDEC Moisture Sensitivity Levels is a resume to classify the humidity and temperature
tolerance of an electronic device. Base on these levels, LEDs may be identified, store and
be re-used properly to avoid the moisture damage during the reflow process. According
to ” IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020D.1(ver. 2008)”, there are six levels from low to high to distinguish
the limited exposure time for LEDs in a factory environment.
PLCCs are leveled as”2a”, which are able to be stored under 30°C and RH60% within 4
weeks and may without any re-bake procedure before use during this period.
Soak Requirements
Floor Life
Standard
Level
Time
Condition
Time
(hours)
Condition
Accelerated
Environment
Time
Condition
(hours)
1
Unlimited
≤30˚C /85% RH 168 +5/-0 85˚C/85% RH
NA
NA
2
1 year
≤30˚C /60% RH 168 +5/-0 85˚C/60% RH
NA
NA
2a
4 weeks
≤30˚C /60% RH 6961 +5/-0 30˚C/60% RH 120 +1/-0 60˚C/60% RH
3
168 hours
≤30˚C /60% RH 1921 +5/-0 30˚C/60% RH 40 +5/-0 60˚C/60% RH
4
72 hours
≤30˚C /60% RH 961 +5/-0 30˚C/60% RH 20 +5/-0 60˚C/60% RH
5
48 hours
≤30˚C /60% RH 721 +5/-0 30˚C/60% RH 15 +5/-0 60˚C/60% RH
5a
24 hours
≤30˚C /60% RH 481 +5/-0 30˚C/60% RH 10 +5/-0V 60˚C/60% RH
6
Time on tabel
≤30˚C /60% RH
(TOL)
TOL
30˚C/60% RH
NA
NA
Note: The standard soak time includes a default value of 24 hours for semiconductor manufacturer's exposure time (MET) between
bake and bag and includes the maximum time allowed out of the bag at the distributor's facility.
Ref. IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020D.1 (March.2008)
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VIII. Handling Notification
Notification on anti-static
LED device are combined by many accurate parts which belong to static sensitive device.
A human body may aware of the discharge voltage about 2-3KV, which is much larger
than an electronic device may bear. Therefore, to keep the LED operation environment
away from static and lower the exits static become an important issue in a LED
manufacture.
Anti-Static Steps:
1.
All staffs who have the possibility to contact with the LED components should
follow the instructions to eliminate the static
•
Put on the hand or finger gloves before touch a LED device. (Do not use a nylon or
rubber Glove )
•
Do not do any actions that may generate the static in the protection area. Such as
wipe hands and foot, put on/off the clothes.
Changing Area
Test the anti-static shoes
and hand belt
1. Wear the anti-static shoes
2. Wear the anti-static close and hat
Production
line
Production
1. Wear the finger glove
2. Let the anti-static hand belt
grounded.
2. Environmental anti-static protection
• Use an anti-static floor and make earth. Materials such as plastic or rubber contain
carbon or conductive polyester is recommended.
• LEDs should be operated on the desk which is laid by the static discharge material.
• Protection area with a temperature at 22±5°C and a relative humidity at 70±10%RH
are recommended.
• Layout an appropriate earth system. All the equipments should earth isolated into
the ground or pillar.
• All soldering and testing equipments should also provide earth ability.
• Prevent the accumulation and the fractions between stuffs.
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3.
Anti-Static steps for package, transportation and storage.
• Package: All the bags must have the ability of anti-static. Do not use any nylon bag,
normal plastic bag or polyester bag for package. Do not open the bag if a LED is not
ready to be handling. Open the bag at the protection area and put in a conductive
case.
• Transportation: The cart should install the conductive wheels. Avoid the mechanical
vibration and impacts.
• Storage: Be attention of the temperature and the relative humidity under the
suggest condition.
Handling with PLCC Series
1. Polarity
PLCC polarity is indicated on the surface of lead frame. The side with vacancy is
defined as cathode. Inappropriate positioning on the MCPCB would cause the
shortage and the damage of LED
Example: 5050 6P
Anode
Cathode
Caution: Some models have the reverse polarity which is indicated “R” at the 8th order of nomenclature.
2. Automatic Installation
Soldering
The choice of solder and the application method will dictate the specific amount of
solder. For most consistent results, an automated dispensing system or a solder stencil
printer is recommended.
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Solder stencil print design
3014
3528 0.06W
1.6
2.6
0.85
1.67
0.82
1.4
3528 0.5W
3535
0.82
2.27
3.8
2.9
2.35
2.35
2.65
1.85
0.28
1.40
5630B
5050 0.2W
2
1.00
1.3
0.3
1.8
2.45
3.03
0.5
1.6
5050 0.5/1W
5050 1.3/2/3W
1.10
2.00
0.60
0.4
4.60
1.1
2.6
2.4
1.00
4.03
0.5
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1.8
Trace under solder mask
Bot View
0.70
• Hoice of solder paste: High or low temperature Pb-free solder paste is recommended.
Thermal conductivity is recommended to be greater than 3 W/m∙K.
• Thickness for solder paste: 50μm (depends on the characters of paste)
• Thermal conductivity of MCPCBs is recommended to be greater than 1.0W/m∙K
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3030
1208
8.00
3.60
2.08
0.92
2.20
1.00
4.50
Solder mask
3.00
Solder pad
2835
0.38
(+)
(-)
2.0
47
2.12
1.2
• Hoice of solder paste: High or low temperature Pb-free solder paste is recommended.
Thermal conductivity is recommended to be greater than 3 W/m∙K.
• Thickness for solder paste: 50μm (depends on the characters of paste)
• Thermal conductivity of MCPCBs is recommended to be greater than 1.0W/m∙K
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Pick and Place
Automatic peak and place and achieve the optimal placement for PLCC LED. Please follow
the recommended parameter listed below.
Model
3014
Nozzle Diameter
1.8mm
2835/
3030
2.8mm
3528
3535
5630B
5050
1208
2.4mm
3.0mm
2.6mm
5mm
8mm
• Vacuum: -20KPa
• The nozzle will over travel by 0.3mm from the top of the reel.
• The PLCC LED is placed 25μm into the solder paste.
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Reflow Program
IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020D
Profile Feature
Temperature Min (Tsmin)
Temperature Max (Tsmax)
Time (ts) from (Tsmin to Tsmax)
Ramp-up rate (Tsmin to TP)
Liquidous temperature (TL)
Time (tL) maintained above TL
Peak package body temperature (Tp) (1)
Classification temperature (TC)
Time (tp) within 5°C of the specified
classification temperature (Tc) (2)
Average ramp-down rate (Tp to Tsmax)
Time 25°C to peak temperature
Pb-Free Assembl
150°C
200°C
60-120 seconds
3°C/ seconds max.
217°C
60-150 seconds
255°C~260°C
260°C
30 seconds
6°C/second max.
8minutes max
Notes:
1. Tolerance for peak profile temperature (Tp) is defined as a supplier minimum and a user maximum.
2. Tolerance for time at peak profile temperature (tp) is defined as a supplier minimum and a user maximum.
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3. Manual Installation
When automated pick and place is not available or only a small quantity is required, one
can perform pick and place manually. The following steps are developed for this purpose:
1. Use a sawing needle taking solder paste to soldering pad. Keep the solder paste inside
the contact area to prevent the Interference between polar.
2. Place baked PLCC component to the designated polar position.
•
Use tweezers to pick up the external sides of the ceramic
substrate carefully.
•
Do not grab, puncture or push the emitting region. Over
stress on the lens may cause the damage of component
and raise the risk to break the wire inside the package.
•
Use only the IPA and swab to clean the flux/dust of the
PLCC LED surface. Other organic solvent may cause the
failure.
3. Press it gently to make sure the attachment with PCB by solder paste.
4. Place the PCBs onto a preheat hot plate with a temperature of 250°C, wait for the paste
melt about 1~2 minutes.
5. After the melting of paste, use a tweezers to touch the substrate and be sure the
components have stick with the PCB well.
6. Remove the PCBs from the hotplate and place on a shelf for cool down. (Do not put
the PCBs on a high thermal conductive heat sink to avoid the deformation of PCBs or
crack of encapsulation material cause by the rapid temperature drop.)
Note:step d~f are able to be replace by a reflow process.
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4. External Particle Limits
A small amount of particles on the LEDs have no effect on the brightness, lifetime or the
reliability. Therefore, such small particles on the surface of the LEDs can be neglected. The
LEDs shown in below figures are acceptable. We would like to make customers know that
some external particles, even visible from outside, do not affect the quality of the LEDs.
Figure 1: Contaminants on the surface.
Figure 2: Deposits on the edge.
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IX. Lighting Design Manufacture Service
The LDMS is a unique idea which we provide our service program to meet our customers’
needs. LDMS integrates the four essential technologies in LED Lighting applications,
including thermal management, electrical driving condition, mechanical refinement and
optical optimization. From level 1 (Emitter) to level 6 (Solution), we provide our customers
the best service and satisfactions.
Thermal
Management
Electrical Driving
Condition
Mechanical
Optical
Optimization
Edison Opto R&D team has developed a complete TEMO auxiliary system for PLCC Series
products. You may easily find your needs from the following sections.
Our team is dedicated to working with you and offering our pre/after sales support. For
more information, please contact LED.Detective@edison-opto.com.tw
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X. Applications
PLCC LED products are able to apply in various lighting fixture and places. Through
the professional TEMO support team by Edison Opto, we provide you all the PLCC LED
products solutions for your requirements at different stage of light business.
Module Applications
MCPCB Module
Light bar Module
Solid-State Lighting Applications
A-19 Bulb
Environmental Applications
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XI. Thermal Management
About 80% of input power of a LED transform into heat. A high temperature operation
condition always easily causes the LEDs to decrease of flux and the decay of LED dies.
The highest operation temperature of a component is able to be found by the indication
of junction temperature in its data sheet. The power dissipation ability, the ambient
temperature between the LED junction, environment, thermal path and its thermal
resistance are the mean parameters which affect the performance of a LED device.
Therefore, the limitation of the junction temperature has become an important issue
when designing a LED product.
The following paragraphs describe how to determine the junction temperature and a
simple ideal to heat sink design.
Thermal Resistance and Junction Temperature (TJ) Calculation
Thermal resistance is the temperature difference across a structure when a unit of heat
energy flows through it in unit time. Unit is °C/W. For LEDs, it present the temperature
between a die PN junction and package substrate. Under the same package form and
turn on condition, less thermal resistance a LED has, less temperature on this LED. With
lower operation temperature, a LED would keep its original performance longer.
By estimate the PN junction temperature, users may aware of if the thermal management
had been well designed.
From basic thermal equation for thermal resistance:
Rth( J − A) =
Chip
芯片
∆T( J − A)
PD
PLCC
Housing
基座
Slug
Therefore the junction temperature (TJ) is:
TJ = TA + Rth( J − A) × PD
which,
MCPCB
T基板
Board
TA: Ambient temperature (assume 25°C)
Rth(J-A): Total thermal resistance = Rth(J-S)+ Rth(S-G)+ Rth(G-B)+ Rth(B-A)
PD: Power dissipation =Forward voltage (VF)× Forward current (IF)
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Code
Rth(J-S)
Statement
Thermal resistance between junction to slug.
(Rth of component)
Rate
10(°C/W)
Thermal conductivity (W/m∙K)xContact Area(mm2)
0.04 (°C/W)
(Recommend thickness: 50μm
Thermal conductivity of paste: 60W/ m.K
Paste Area: 23.06mm2)
Rth(G-B)
Thermal resistance of PCB
1.5 (°C/W)
Rth(B-A)
Thermal resistance of air
Thermal resistance of conductive paste
Rth(S-G)
Thickness (μm)
Rth=
Rth(B-A)=
500
PCB Area (cm2)
From above, for different PCB surface area, their total Rth would be:
Area=30cm2, Rth(B-A)=16.7
→ Rth(J-A)=10+0.04+1.5+16.7=28.24 °C/W
2
→ Rth(J-A)=10+0.04+1.5+12.5=24.04 °C/W
2
→ Rth(J-A)=10+0.04+1.5+10=21.54 °C/W
Area=40cm , Rth(B-A)=12.5
Area=50cm , Rth(B-A)=10
Calculation of Junction Temperature(TJ)
A typical forward voltage of 3.3V at 350mA for a 1W PLCC-5050, the total power
dissipation is
PD=3.3×0.35=1.155(W)
From different thermal resistance due to the various of surface area, under an ambient
temperature of 25°C, the TJ are,
Area=30cm2
2
→ TJ =25+28.24×1.155=57.6(°C)
Area=40cm → TJ =25+24.04×1.155=52.8(°C)
Area=50cm2
→ TJ =25+21.54×1.155=49.9(°C)
Above this, all operation temperature are below its maximum(125°C). Therefore, the
selections of conductive paste or PCB surface area are sufficient to keep the temperature
below maximum, and provide a well performance and lifetime.
Tips for Thermal Management
High Power PLCC LED products (e.g: 1W) are not recommended to be operating without
a heat sink. Through MCPCB, users may realize better performance by module.
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For LEDs, choose an appropriate operation environment and conduct the heat to the air
after light on LEDs may maintain the better performance and lifetime. Four major thermal
path are as follow:
(1)
From heat source (component) to heat sinks. (By conduction)
(2)
Conduction from within the heat sink to its surface. (By conduction)
(3)
Transfer from the surface to the surrounding air. (By convection)
(4)
Emit heat from the heat sink surface. (By Radiation)
Path(1): The contact surface of the MCPCB and heat sink are not perfectly flat, they are
not able to meet each other completely. Air between these two materials will result high
thermal resistance and reduce the effect of heat transfer. To enhance the ability of thermal
conduction, one common method is applying thermal grease between the two interfaces
and uses the screws to enforce the adhesion between two surfaces.
PCB Board with Emitter
含元件之基板
PCB Board with Emitter
含元件之基板
Sectional View (no grease)
Sectional View (grease - yellow area)
Recommended thermal Grease Parameters
Characteristics
Thermal Conductivity (K)
Thickness
Thickness for silicone thermal pad
Value
Unit
>3.0
W/m.K
≤0.1
≈0.3
mm
mm
Path(2): Temperature gradient depends on time of a heat sink. The total heat flux(Q) is
consist:
(1) The temperature difference from the heat source(TJ) and heat sink(TH)
(2) Conductivity of the heat sink (K).
(3) Total surface area of the heat sink (A)
K
(4) The linear path distance of the heat transfer (L).
A
TJ
This is represented by the Fourier’s Law as follow:
L
Q = K × A×
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TH
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When design LEDs, there is always a limitation of the junction temperature. By choose
higher thermal conductivity, increase the surface area of the heat sink (add the number
of fins) or shorten the distance of the linear path of heat, may improve the heat flux per
unit time. Among all materials, metals have the best choice between its high thermal
conductivity and the price.
List of thermal conductivity for some usual materials
Materials
K(W/m.K)
Copper
C1100
Aluminum
5000 Series
ADC-12
Magnesium
Air
391
384
230
225
96.2
156
0.024
Path (3) Heat Dissipation includes Convection and Radiation. Those two transfer type are
proportional to the surface area of the heat sink. By add the number of fin may increase
the total surface area. In a restricted volume, the number of fin cannot be added with
any limitation. Too much fins may cause inhabitation of convection. There are many
other novels thermal management methods such as by install a fan to reach obliged
convection. However, this design involves the issue such as noise or circuit design. It will
not be overtalk in this document.
Path (4): Compare with an unfinished heat sink, the one that covered by high emissivity
material, such as ceramic powder or deep color paint, usually has better radiation ability.
Both anodizing and etching are also effective to increase the thermal dissipation.
Key Points for thermal management:
• The contact surface flatness and smoothness of the component and heat sink.
• The total surface area of heat sink.
• The choice of heat sink material.
• Optimization of the number of fins. (Aerodynamic optimization)
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XII. PLCC Module Series
EdiLex Linear
EdiLex strip lighting module are linear light LED Strips. They are
intended for luminaire manufacturers who want to replace linear
fluorescent luminaires with LED solutions. The LED Strip can be
designed into existing fluorescent luminaires or used to create totally
new shapes and concepts. Its “notched” mechanical design gives a
three-dimensional scalability for light-lines.
Feature
Application
• Commercial Lighting
• High Brightness SMD LED
• Low Power Requirement & Energy • Stairway Accent Lighting
• Cabinet Lighting
Efficient
• Light Weight Easy Assembly
• General Lighting
• Design-in Quick Expansion
•
• Suitable for Restricted Space
Dimension
5T05X5xWL0110001 (5630) Series
102
13.5
75
13.5
-
-
+
+
R2
18.9
R3
R1
+
+
+
+
+
Note: All dimensions are in millimeters.
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5T01X1xWL1120001 (3014) Series
D05
+
D04
D06
+
D03
D07
+
D02
D08
+
D01
D09
+
58
D10
D11
4.5
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5T05X5xWL0330001 (5630) Series
5T0301xWL033000x (3528) Series
5T01X2xWP0720001 (3014) Series
Note: All dimensions are in millimeters.
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5T05X5xWP0330001 (5630) Series
5T0301xWP033000x (3528) Series
5T01X2xWL0720001 (3014) Series
Note: All dimensions are in millimeters.
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5T05X5xWL0220001 (5630) Series
5T0301xWL022000x (3528) Series
5T01X2xWL1440001 (3014) Series
Note: All dimensions are in millimeters.
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5T05X5xWL0440001 (5630) Series
5T0301xWL044000x (3528) Series
5T01X1xWP1440001 (3014) Series
5T0301xWP072000x (3528) Series
Note: All dimensions are in millimeters.
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Specification
Power
(W)
Input
Voltage(DC)
Current
(mA)
Radiance
Angle
Lumen Flux
(lm)
5T05X5CWL0110001
3.3
37
90
120°
360
5T0301CWL0330001
6.1
35
175
120°
113
5T05X5CWL0330001
6.5
37
175
120°
660
5T01X1CWL1120001
8.4
48
175
120°
857
5T05X5CWP0330001
11.0
37
300
120°
1130
5T05X5CWL0220001
11.0
37
300
120°
1140
5T0301CWP0330001
12.3
35
350
120°
1375
5T0301CWL0220001
12.3
35
350
120°
1385
5T0301CWP0720001
12.6
36
350
120°
1690
5T01X2CWP0720001
14.0
40
350
120°
1260
5T01X2CWL0720001
14.0
40
350
120°
1260
5T01X1CWP1440001
14.0
40
350
120°
1470
5T05X5CWL0440001
22.0
37
600
120°
2280
5T0301CWL0440001
24.5
35
700
120°
2770
5T01X2CWL1440001
28.0
40
700
120°
2520
Order Code
Color
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Units
LED junction Temperature
TJ
125
°C
Operating Temperature
Topr
-20~+40
°C
Storage Temperature
Tstg
-10~+50
°C
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PLCC Lightbar FPC Series
PLCC Lightbar FPC is a strip of lighting module available in
varying length. Its flexible circuit board not only enables novel
design thinking with bendable light source, but also offers a wide
range of applications with dividable lighting segments.
Feature
Applications
• Auditorium Walkway Lighting
• High Brightness SMD LED
• Low Power Requirement & Energy Efficient • Stairway Accent Lighting
• Cabinet Lighting
• Easily customized for any length
• Suitable for Restricted Space
Dimension
8.00±0.35
• 6LBR1xWNJ0000001 Series Dimensions
4000±10.0
50.00±0.25
L1
L2
L3
R1
L5
L4
4.75
L6
L1
L2
L3
L5
L4
R1
L6
L1
L2
L3
R1
L5
L4
L6
L1
L2
L3
L5
L4
R1
L6
L1
L2
L3
R1
L5
L4
L6
8.10
0.53
145.00±5.00
2.43±0.25
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Adhesive tape for mounting
• 6LBR1xWNI0000001 Series Dimensions
-
L1
+
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L2
R1
L3
L4
+
L5
R2
L6
L7
+
L293
R98
L294
L295
+
L296
R99
L297
L298
+
L299
R100
L300
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• 6LBR1xWNI0000002 Series Dimensions
Order Code
Total Length (mm)
LED (pcs)
Min. Length for Cut (mm)
6LBR1xWNJ0000001
4000±1
480
50±0.25
LED interval (mm)
8.1
6LBR1xWNI0000001
5000±1
300
50±0.25
16.54
6LBR1M1NI0000001
5000±1
300
50±0.25
8.1
Specification
Item
Picture
FPC 3528
Order Code
Color
λd(nm)
CCT(K)
Power
(W)
Current
(mA)
Length
(cm)
6LBR1xWNJ0000001
6000
28.8~38.4
1200~1600
400
6LBR1xWNI0000001
6000
14.4~19.2
1200~1700
500
6LBR1xWNI0000002
6000
25.2~36
2100~3000
500
FPC 5050
Note: Various color replacement are available. Please contact EDISON OPTO.
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Units
LED junction Temperature
TJ
125
°C
Operating Temperature
Topr
-20~+85
°C
Storage Temperature
Tstg
-20~+85
°C
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PLCC Lightbar FPC (Waterproof) Series
Design for outdoor application, the IP68 FPC is waterproofed
to withstand outdoor harsh environment condition. Featuring
SMD LED mounted on flexible PCB, the IP68 PLCC module can
be easily assembled or installed in almost any structure while
maintaining uniform light output. Its bendable characteristic
can be fully utilized without installation limitation. The buildin waterproof connector ensures easy and safe connection
between units.
Feature
Applications
• High Brightness SMD LED
• Auditorium Walkway Lighting
• Low Power Requirement & Energy Efficient • Stairway Accent Lighting
• Easily Customized For Any Length
• Cabinet Lighting
• IP68 Water proof level
Dimension
- + +
L01
L02
R01
-
-
+
+
L03
L04
L05
R02
-
-
+
+
L06
L07
L08
R03
-
-
+
+
L09
L10
L11L
R04
-
-
+
+
12
L13
L114
R05
-
-
+
+
L15
L16
L287
R99
-
-
+
+
L288
L289
L290
R97
-
-
+
+
L291
L292
L293
R98
-
-
+
+
L294
L295
L296
R99
-
-
+
+
L297
L298
8.00±0.30
-
L299
R100
L300
+
50.00±0.25
6.00±1.00
25.50±0.50
5.00±1.00
26.70±0.50
12.00±0.30
13.50±0.30
5000.00±10.0
16.54±0.50
13.00±1.00
150±1.00
11.00±0.30
8.30±0.30
6LBU1xWNI0000001 Series Dimensions
25.50±0.50
5.00±1.00
26.70±0.50
Order Code
Total Length (mm)
Type
6LBU1xWNI0000xxx
5000
3528 / 5050 White, Single color
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8.00±0.30
16.67±0.50
50.00±0.25
12.00±0.30
13.50±0.30
12.00±1.00
5000.00±10.00
6.00±1.00
150±1.00
14.50±1.00
6LBU1xWNI0000002 Series Dimensions
8.30±0.30
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Specification
Item
Picture
Order Code
Color
λd(nm)
CCT(K)
Power
(W)
Current
(mA)
Length
(cm)
FPC 3528
6LBU1xWNI0000001
7000
20.4
1700
500
FPC 5050
6LBU1xWNI0000002
7000
36
3000
500
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Units
LED junction Temperature
TJ
125
°C
Operating Temperature
Topr
-20~+40
°C
Storage Temperature
Tstg
-20~+85
°C
Note: Various color replacement are available. Please contact EDISON OPTO.
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For Indoor Use-PLCC Lightbar with Heatsink Series
With the newly introduced PLCC Lightbar from Edison Opto,
users can now fashion their own choices of lighting without
the excess limitation of a lighting fixture. The PLCC Lightbar
features multi-chips packaged 5050 PLCC SMDs on an
extruded heat-sink 20mm (0.8”) wide and length up to 120cm
(47.2”). The plastic caps at both ends of the heat-sink combine
with the slim linear are designed specifically to allow easy
screw-tight installation at compact spaces where traditional
light source cannot fit in.
Feature
Applications
• High Brightness SMD LED
• Tube Light Source
• Low Power Requirement & Energy Efficient
• Auditorium Walkway Lighting
• Easily customized for length with several options
• Stairway Accent Lighting
• Cabinet Lighting
Dimension
Total320±1.0
Length
310
LED interval
13
20.6
JST 02R-JWPF-VSLE-S
JST 02T-JWPF-VSLE-S
150±5
150±5
6.2
68
Order Code
Total Length (mm)
LED (pcs)
6LBM1xWNJ000000x
320±0.5
16
6LBM1xWNJ000000x
470±0.5
24
6LBM1xWNJ000000x
620±0.5
32
6LBM1xWNJ000000x
920±0.5
48
6LBM1xWNJ000000x
1220±0.5
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LED interval (mm)
LED type
18.75
5050 White,Single Color
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Units
LED junction Temperature
TJ
125
°C
Operating Temperature
Topr
-30~+85
°C
Storage Temperature
Tstg
-40~+85
°C
Notes:
1. Proper current derating must be observed to maintain junction temperature below the maximum at all time.
2. LEDs are not designed to be driven in reverse bias.
Assembly Instructions
• Use M3 screw to secure the clamp on a level surface.
• Push-lock the lightbar.
Lightbar
Screw
Clamp
Level Surface
Clamp Dimensions
..44
RR00
20.65
20.65
6.1
6.1
20
20
..44
RR00
7.4
7.4
4
R0
.4
2
16.65
16.65
.4
R0 2..1
0.
4
0.
3.5
3.
5
69
Unit: mm
Note :
Every lightbar comes with a set of accessories including two clamps and two M3 screws.
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1. All the information published is considered to be reliable. However, EDISON OPTO does not
assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product described herein.
2. EDISON OPTO reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice to any products
in order to improve reliability, function or design.
3. EDISON OPTO products are not authorized for use as critical components in life support
devices or systems without the express written approval from the managing director of EDISON
OPTO.
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