HM CRI80 Series EdiPower® III Datasheet

HM CRI80 Series EdiPower® III Datasheet
EdiPower® III Series
EdiPower® III
HM CRI80 Series
Datasheet
Down
Light
High Bay
Spot Light PAR Lamp
Bulb
Street
Light
Introduction :
Edison COB is a high uniformity array component which delivers high lumen output with excellent
efficacy. Edison COB is optimized to simplify luminaire designs and lower the system cost. In
addition, most of the Edison COB has passed the LM-80 verification. Edison COB combines the
advantages of performance, reliability and ease-of-use in one LED. As for the applications, Edison
COB can be widely used in general lighting such as spot light, down light, high bay, floodlight and
PAR lamp.
Description :
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High efficacy chip on board solution with
complete product line 5~40W.
Best luminous and color uniformity
Enables halogen and CDM replacement
The article itself presents the actual color.
Feature and Benefits :
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Based on the mirror aluminum MCPCB
which excellent 98% reflectivity and High
thermal conductivity. (k =200 w /mK)
Low Rth
Meet the ErP specification
(CRI>80 and R9>0)
Pass LM-80 verification
Excellent reliability
3 / 5 – step Macadam
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Table of Contents
General Information..........................................................................................................................................................3
Absolute Maximum Ratings ..........................................................................................................................................4
Luminous Flux Characteristic ........................................................................................................................................5
Chromaticity coordinates(TC=85oC).............................................................................................................................8
Mechanical Dimensions...................................................................................................................................................9
Characteristic curve...........................................................................................................................................................12
Reliability...............................................................................................................................................................................16
Product Packaging Information....................................................................................................................................18
Handling with a EdiPower® III Series...........................................................................................................................20
Revision History..................................................................................................................................................................23
About Edison Opto............................................................................................................................................................23
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General Information
Ordering Code Format
2
P
HM
xx
xW
xx
P1x
xxx
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
Type
Component
Series
Wattage
Color
2
Emitter
P
EdiPower®
HM
HM Series
X6
X7
X8
Internal code
PCB Board
Serial Number
-
-
P12
13x13
P13
19x19
P16
28x28
-
05
5W
CW
Cool White
09
9W
NW
Neutral White
13
13W
WW
Warm White
16
16W
24
24W
30
30W
40
40W
-
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Absolute maximum ratings (Tc=25oC)
Parameter
Symbol
Input Power
Pi
DC Forward Current1
IF
Min. Forward Current
Min. IF
Value
Units
2PHM05xW27P12010 : 10.6
2PHM09xW27P12010 : 21.3
2PHM13xW27P12010 : 18.0
2PHM16xW27P13010 : 31.0
2PHM24xW27P13010 : 53.3
2PHM30xW27P13010 : 63.9
2PHM40xW27P16010 : 95.9
2PHM05xW27P12010 : 240
2PHM09xW27P12010 : 480
2PHM13xW27P12010 : 500
2PHM16xW27P13010 : 720
2PHM24xW27P13010 : 1200
2PHM30xW27P13010 : 1440
2PHM40xW27P16010 : 2160
2PHM05xW27P12010 : 5
2PHM09xW27P12010 : 10
2PHM13xW27P12010 : 15
2PHM16xW27P13010 : 15
2PHM24xW27P13010 : 25
2PHM30xW27P13010 : 30
2PHM40xW27P16010 : 45
mA
W
mA
Reverse Current2
IR
1
mA
Operating Temperature
Top
-40 ~ +100
°C
Storage Temperature
Tst
-40 ~ +100
°C
LED junction Temperature3
TJ
125
°C
Case Temperature
TC
105
°C
Rj-c
2PHM05xW27P12010 : 4.10
2PHM09xW27P12010 : 2.30
2PHM13xW27P12010 : 1.70
2PHM16xW27P13010 : 1.50
2PHM24xW27P13010 : 1.00
2PHM30xW27P13010 : 0.88
2PHM40xW27P16010 : 0.60
°C/W
Thermal Resistance
Notes:
1. DC forward current should not exceed LED’s operating current; the current tolerance should be kept within a range of 5%.
2. LEDs are not designed to be driven in reverse bias.
3. Proper current derating must be observed to maintain junction temperature below the maximum at all time.
4. Refer to Outline drawing for Tc measurement point.
5. D.C. Current : Tj = Tc + Rj-c*Pi
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Luminous Flux Characteristic
Order Code
CCT
(K)
Luminous
Flux(lm)
TC=85°C
Luminous
Flux(lm)
TC=25°C
Efficacy
(lm/W)
CRI
Ra
CRI
R9
Min.
Min.
80
0
33.6
37.2
38.4
120
80
0
33.6
37.2
38.4
240
80
0
30.5
34.1
35.3
360
Min.
Typ.
Min.
Typ.
Typ.
2700
335
400
385
455
102
2PHM05WW27P12010 3000
350
415
400
475
106
3500
370
440
425
505
113
2PHM05NW27P12010 4000
355
425
410
485
109
5000
375
445
430
510
114
5700
365
435
420
500
112
6500
365
435
420
500
112
2700
640
765
735
875
98
2PHM09WW27P12010 3000
700
800
770
915
102
3500
700
835
805
955
107
2PHM09NW27P12010 4000
685
815
785
935
105
5000
710
845
815
970
109
5700
700
835
805
955
107
6500
695
830
800
950
106
2700
865
1030
995
1180
96
2PHM13WW27P12010 3000
914
1085
1050
1245
101
3500
940
1120
1080
1285
105
2PHM13NW27P12010 4000
955
1135
1095
1300
106
5000
955
1135
1095
1300
106
5700
955
1135
1095
1300
106
6500
930
1104.9 1070
1270
103
2PHM05CW27P12010
2PHM09CW27P12010
2PHM13CW27P12010
Forward Voltage VF Forward
(V)
Current
( mA )
Min. Typ. Max.
Notes :
1. Edison Opto Corp. maintains forward voltage ±3%, luminous flux ±10%, Ra and R9±2 tolerance.
2. Flux values @ 25 °C are calculated and for reference only.
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Order Code
CCT
(K)
Luminous
Flux(lm)
TC=85°C
Luminous
Flux(lm)
TC=25°C
Efficacy
(lm/W)
CRI
Ra
CRI
R9
Min.
Min.
80
0
33.6
37.2
38.4
360
80
0
33.6
37.2
38.4
600
80
0
33.6
37.2
38.4
720
Min.
Typ.
Min.
Typ.
Typ.
2700
966
1150
1110
1320
99
2PHM16WW27P13010 3000
1065
1270
1225
1455
109
3500
1105
1315
1270
1510
113
2PHM16NW27P13010 4000
1101
1310
1265
1505
112
5000
1115
1330
1285
1525
114
5700
1105
1315
1270
1510
113
6500
1105
1315
1270
1510
113
2700
1610
1915
1850
2200
99
2PHM24WW27P13010 3000
1720
2045
1975
2350
105
3500
1790
2130
2055
2445
110
2PHM24NW27P13010 4000
1805
2150
2075
2470
111
5000
1835
2180
2105
2505
112
5700
1790
2130
2055
2445
110
6500
1805
2150
2075
2470
111
2700
1865
2220
2145
2550
95
2PHM30WW27P13010 3000
2040
2430
2345
2790
104
3500
2120
2525
2440
2900
108
2PHM30NW27P13010 4000
2215
2635
2545
3025
113
5000
2195
2610
2520
3000
112
5700
2155
2565
2475
2945
110
6500
2145
2555
2465
2935
110
2PHM16CW27P13010
2PHM24CW27P13010
2PHM30CW27P13010
Forward Voltage VF Forward
(V)
Current
( mA )
Min. Typ. Max.
Notes :
1. Edison Opto Corp. maintains forward voltage ±3%, luminous flux ±10%, Ra and R9±2 tolerance.
2. Flux values @ 25 °C are calculated and for reference only.
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Order Code
CCT
(K)
Luminous
Flux(lm)
TC=85°C
Luminous
Flux(lm)
TC=25°C
Efficacy
(lm/W)
CRI
Ra
CRI
R9
Min.
Min.
80
0
Min.
Typ.
Min.
Typ.
Typ.
2700
3345
3980
3845
4574
114
2PHM40WW27P16010 3000
3520
4190 4044.6 4815
120
3500
3695
4400
4250
5055
126
2PHM40NW27P16010 4000
3640
4335
4185
4980
124
5000
3780
4500
4345
5170
129
5700
3675
4375
4225
5025
125
6500
3765
4485
4330
5150
128
2PHM40CW27P16010
Forward Voltage VF Forward
(V)
Current
( mA )
Min. Typ. Max.
33.6
37.2
40.8
1080
Notes :
1. Edison Opto Corp. maintains forward voltage ±3%, luminous flux ±10%, Ra and R9±2 tolerance.
2. Flux values @ 25 °C are calculated and for reference only.
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Chromaticity coordinates(TC=85oC)
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.
0.45
0.44
0.43
0.42
27R
30R
0.41
303
35R
0.40
0.39
0.38
403
0.37
27L
30L
353
40R
273
35L
40L
CIE-y
50R
0.36
503
0.35
57R
573
0.34
3-Step
65R 57L
0.33
0.32
5-Step
50L
Cool White
653
65L
Neutral White
0.31
Warm White
0.30
Planckian locus
0.29
0.29 0.30 0.31 0.32 0.33 0.34 0.35 0.36 0.37 0.38 0.39 0.40 0.41 0.42 0.43 0.44 0.45 0.46 0.47 0.48 0.49
CIE-x
CCT
Steps
Cx
Cy
a
b
theta
2700K
5
0.4578
0.4101
0.01350
0.00700
53.70
3000K
5
0.4338
0.4030
0.01390
0.00680
53.22
3500K
5
0.4073
0.3917
0.01545
0.00690
54.00
4000K
5
0.3818
0.3797
0.01565
0.00670
53.72
5000K
5
0.3447
0.3553
0.01370
0.00590
59.62
5700K
5
0.3287
0.3417
0.01243
0.00533
59.09
6500K
5
0.3123
0.3282
0.01115
0.00475
58.57
CCT
Steps
Cx
Cy
a
b
theta
2700K
3
0.4578
0.4101
0.00810
0.00420
53.70
3000K
3
0.4338
0.4030
0.00834
0.00408
53.22
3500K
3
0.4073
0.3917
0.00927
0.00414
54.00
4000K
3
0.3818
0.3797
0.00939
0.00402
53.72
5000K
3
0.3447
0.3553
0.00822
0.00354
59.62
5700K
3
0.3287
0.3417
0.00746
0.00320
59.09
6500K
3
0.3123
0.3282
0.00669
0.00285
58.57
Note: CIE_x,y tolerance: ±0.005.
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Mechanical Dimensions
3.65
2.3
6.75
Notes :
1. Unit : mm
2. Tolerance : ± 0.2 mm
6.75
13.5
3.65
6.75
2.3
Anode
R2
.0
0
5W/ 9W/ 13W Emitter Dimensions
Emitter Area
.00
6.75
R2
13.5
Cathode
(Tc measurement Point)
0.9
1.6
11.2
Emitter Circuit Layout
5W EdiPower® III HM Series Circuit Layout
9W EdiPower® III HM Series Circuit Layout
13W EdiPower® III HM Series Circuit Layout
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3.2
Notes :
1. Unit : mm
2. Tolerance : ± 0.2 mm
9.5
1.6
9.5
1.6
9.5
7.1
19
7.1
Anode
5.5
R2
.0
0
16W/ 24W/ 30W Emitter Dimensions
.00
R2
5.5
9.5
19
3.2
Emitter Area
Cathode
(Tc measurement Point)
0.9
1.6
17
Emitter Circuit Layout
(1)
(2)
(3)
16W EdiPower® III HM Series Circuit Layout
(1)
(2)
(5)
24W EdiPower® III HM Series Circuit Layout
(1)
(2)
(6)
30W EdiPower® III HM Series Circuit Layout
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40W Emitter Dimensions
3.20
2.60
1.40
14.00
Anode
Notes :
1. Unit : mm
2. Tolerance : ± 0.2 mm
11.00
11.40
7.80
28.00
1.60
1.40
2.60
Emitter Area
.60
R1
9.40
11.40
11.82
Cathode
(Tc measurement Point)
0.90
1.60
28.00
24.50
Emitter Circuit Layout
(1)
(2)
(9)
40W EdiPower® III HM Series Circuit Layout
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Characteristic curve
Color Spectrum
Normalized luminous Intensity
1.2
1.0
2700K
0.8
4000K
3000K
3500K
5000K
5700K
0.6
6500K
0.4
0.2
0
380
430
480
530
580
630
680
730
780
Wavelength(nm)
Beam Pattern
105
1.0
90
Arbitrary Unit (A.U)
120
0.8
60
45
135
0.6
75
30
150
0.4
0.2
0
165
15
0
180
Radiation Angle
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Forward Voltage vs. Forward Current
42
Forward Voltage (V)
40
38
36
2PHM05xW27P12010
2PHM09xW27P12010
34
2PHM13xW27P12010
2PHM16xW27P13010
2PHM24xW27P13010
32
2PHM30xW27P13010
2PHM40xW27P16010
30
0
250
500
750
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
Forward Current (mA)
Relative luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current
Relative Lumnious Intensity (%)
300
250
200
150
2PHM05xW27P12010
2PHM09xW27P12010
100
2PHM13xW27P12010
50
2PHM30xW27P13010
2PHM16xW27P13010
2PHM24xW27P13010
0
2PHM40xW27P16010
0
200
400
600
800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200
Forward Current (mA)
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Relative Luminous Flux vs. Case Temperature
120
Relative Luminous flux (%)
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
o
Case Temperature ( C)
Forward Voltage vs. Case Temperature
37.20
Forward Voltage (VF)
36.45
35.70
2PHM05xW27P12010
34.95
2PHM09xW27P12010
2PHM13xW27P12010
2PHM16xW27P13010
34.20
2PHM24xW27P13010
2PHM30xW27P13010
2PHM40xW27P16010
33.45
32.70
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Case Temperature (oC)
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Allowable Forward Current vs. Case Temperature
2520
2160
2PHM05xW27P12010
Allowable Forward Current
2100
2PHM09xW27P12010
2PHM13xW27P12010
2PHM16xW27P13010
1680
2PHM24xW27P13010
2PHM30xW27P13010
1440
2PHM40xW27P16010
1260
1200
840
720
720
500
420480
240
0
0
25
50
75
100
125
o
Case Temperature ( C)
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Reliability
NO .
Test Item
Test Condition
Remark
1
Temperature Cycle
-40°C~100°C ( 30 mins / 30 mins )
100 Cycle
2
Thermal Shock
-40°C~100°C (15,min/15 mins 10 sec)
100 Cycle
3
High-Temperature Storage
Ta=100°C
1000 hrs
4
Humidity Heat Storage
Ta=85°C, RH=85%
500 hrs
5
Low-Temperature Storage
Ta= -40°C
1000 hrs
6
Operation Life test
25°C
6000 hrs
7
High Temperature
Operation Life test
85°C
1000 hrs
8
ON/OFF Test
30 sec ON, 30 sec OFF
1.5W times
Failure Criteria
Item
Criteria for Judgment
Min.
Max.
Lumen Maintenance
85%
-
Δu'v'
-
0.006
Forward Voltage
-
Initial Data x 1.1
Reverse Current
-
1 μA
Resistance to Soldering Heat
No dead lamps or visual damage
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Average Lumen Maintenance Characteristics
Lumen maintenance for light sources or luminaires is defined in terms of the change in light
output of a light source over operational life, relative to initially measured light output. Edison
Opto projects that EdiPower® III HM Series products will deliver, on average, greater than 70%
lumen maintenance (L70) after 50,000 hours of operation at the rated forward test current. This
performance is based on constant current operation with case temperature maintained at or below
85°C.
These projections are based on a combination of package test data, semiconductor chip reliability
data, a fundamental understanding of package related degradation mechanisms, and performance
observed from products installed in the field using Edison Opto die technology. Observation of
design limits in this datasheet is required in order to achieve this projected lumen maintenance.
Limited Warranty for Edison Opto EdiPower® III HM Series
This limited warranty is provided by Edison Opto to the original purchaser of the LED lighting
product that is identified on our invoice reflecting its original purchase (the "Product"). We warrant
that the Product, under normal operation (TC<85oC TJ<125oC and the operation current is lower
than maximum forward current which is described in the datasheet), will be free of defects in
material and workmanship for a period of FIVE (5) YEARS from the date of original purchase.
Notes:
1. This limited warranty cannot be transferred to subsequent purchasers of the Product; even Product is resold in new condition and in its
original packaging.
2. The determination of whether the Product is defective shall be made by Edison Opto in our sole discretion with consideration given to
the overall performance of the Product.
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Product Packaging Information
Tube Packing for 5/ 9/ 13 W
355
Tube Packing for 16/ 24/ 30W
400
Tube package dimension.
1.
2.
3.
Label
Label
Tube package
Antistatic bag
Carton
Packaging items for HM Series
Notes:
1. All dimensions are in mm.
2. 5W/9W/13W: 25pcs emitters in a full tube
16W/24W/30W: 20pcs emitters in a full tube.
3. There are 20 tubes in a bag.
4. 5W/9W/13W: 6 bags in a carton
16W/24W/30W: 4 bags in a carton.
5. A bag contains one humidity indicator card and drying agent.
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Tray Packing for 40W
Tray package dimension.
2.
1.
Label
Antistatic bag
Tray package
3.
4.
Label
Label
Box
Carton
Packaging items for HM Series
Notes:
1. All dimensions are in mm.
2. There are 40W 12pcs emitters in a full tray.
3. There are 5 trays in a bag.
4. There are 10 bags in a box.
5. There are 10 boxes in a carton.
6. A bag contains one humidity indicator card and drying agent.
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Handling with a EdiPower® III Series
Notification on Anti-static
LED device are combine 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
1. Anti-Static Steps - All the staffs who has 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 or foot,
put on/off the clothes.
• Avoid any movement that may cause static damages. When remove a component from the package,
please be slow and gentle.
• Do not touch the metal part of a LED component.
Changing
Area
Test the antistatic shoes and
hand belt.
1. Wear the anti-
static shoes.
2. Wear the antistatic clothes
and hat.
Production
Line
Production
Wear the finger
glove, 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.
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.
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Handling with a EdiPower® III Component
• Proper handling of the EdiPower® III using tweezers or gloved fingers.
• Do not touch the emitting region.
• Use only the IPA and swab to clean the flux/dust of the EdiPower® III surface. Other organic solvent may
cause the failure
Notification of Installation.
1. Soldering pads are present for direct electrical wiring. Manual soldering at 360±5°C, <5 secs are
recommended.(No need with IR reflow process)
EdiPower® III can be secured with M2/M3 screws. To ensure optimal usage.
Recommendations:
Flat screws or countersunk screws are recommended.
Avoid the screw head touching the pad to prevent from the electric leakage.
Screw Torque Specification
Size
Tightening Torque (N‧m)
M2
0.25~1
M3
1~1.25
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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 life decay of LED dies. The highest operation temperature of
a component is able to be found in its datasheet which is indicated as TJ.
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.
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 sink. (By conduction)
EdiPower®III
(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 component 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 use the screws to enforce the adhesion between two surface.
EdiPower®III
EdiPower®III
Heat Sink
Heat Sink
Sectional View
(without Thermal Grease)
EdiPower®III with
thermal grease
Sectional View
(without Thermal Grease-Yellow Part)
Recommended thermal Grease Parameters
Characteristics
Value
Unit
Thermal Conductivity (K)
>3.0
W/m*K
Thickness
≤0.1
mm
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Revision History
Versions
Description
Release Date
1
Establish order code information
2015/03/02
2
Update characteristic curve
2015/04/10
About Edison Opto
Edison Opto is a leading manufacturer of high power LED and a solution provider experienced
in LDMS. LDMS is an integrated program derived from the four essential technologies in LED
lighting applications- Thermal Management, Electrical Scheme, Mechanical Refinement, Optical
Optimization, to provide customer with various LED components and modules. More Information
about the company and our products can be found at www.edison-opto.com
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