Luxeon V Star - Luxeon Star LEDs

Luxeon V Star - Luxeon Star LEDs
power light source
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Luxeon V Star
Technical Data DS30
Luxeon is a revolutionary, energy efficient and ultra compact new light
source, combining the lifetime and reliability advantages of Light Emitting
Diodes with the brightness of conventional lighting.
Features
• Highest Flux per LED in the world – 4X the Flux
of a comparable Luxeon and up to 50X the Flux
of standard through hole LEDs
• Extreme Luminous Density – 20X the lm/mm2
of a standard through hole LED
• Available in Green, Blue, Royal Blue, and Cyan
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Luxeon Power Light Sources give you total design freedom and
• Very long operating life (up to 100k hours)
unmatched brightness, creating a new world of light.
• Lambertian or Side Emitting Distribution
Pattern
The Luxeon V offers extreme luminous density, providing lumens per
• More Energy Efficient than Incandescent and
most Halogen lamps
• Low voltage DC operated
state light sources creating new opportunities for solid state lighting to
• Cool beam, safe to the touch
in
package of 4X a standard Luxeon or up to 50X that of alternative solid
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displace conventional lighting technologies.
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For high volume applications, custom Luxeon power light source designs
• Instant light (less than 100 ns)
• Fully dimmable
• No UV
• Superior ESD protection
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are available upon request, to meet your specific needs.
Typical Applications
• Portable (flashlight, bicycle)
• Architectural Detail Lighting
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• Decorative
• Fiber Optic Alternative
• Medical Applications
• Power Signaling / Airfield / Taxiway Lighting
• Edge-Lit Signs (Exit, Point Of Sale)
• LCD Backlights / Light Guides
Emitters can be purchased in rsampl kits contains a strip of 50 taped emitters. To order a
sample kit, add
Luxeon V Star is available in green, blue,
royal blue and cyan.
Mechanical Dimensions
Notes:
Luxeon V Star
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2.
3.
Side Emitting
Lambertian
Light Source
Light Source
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5.
Aluminum Board
1.5
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1.5
Aluminum Board
7.5
FR4 Board
7.5
FR4 Board
Slots in aluminum-core PCB for
M3 or #4 mounting screw.
Electrical interconnection pads
labeled on the aluminum-core PCB
with “+” and “-“ to denote positive
and negative, respectively. All
positive pads are interconnected, as
are all negative pads, allowing for
flexibility in array interconnection.
Electrical insulation between
neighboring Stars is required –
aluminum board is not electrically
neutral.
Drawings not to scale.
All dimensions are in millimeters.
Notes:
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Flux Characteristics at 700mA,
Junction Temperature, TJ = 25oC
Green
Cyan
Blue[3]
Royal Blue[4]
LXHL-FM5C
LXHL-FE5C
LXHL-FB5C
LXHL-FR5C
Typical Luminous
Flux (lm)
Or Radiometric
Power (mW)
ΦV [2]
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LXHL-LM5C
LXHL-LE5C
LXHL-LB5C
LXHL-LR5C
67.2
67.2
23.5
275 mW
160
160
48
700 mW
67.2
67.2
23.5
275 mW
145
145
43
630 mW
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Green
Cyan
Blue[3]
Royal Blue[4]
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Color
Minimum Luminous
Flux (lm) or
Radiometric Power
(mW)
ΦV [1,2]
2.
3.
Radiation
Pattern
Lambertian
Side Emitting
4.
Luxeon V Star
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Minimum luminous flux or radiometric
power performance guaranteed within
published operating conditions.
Lumileds maintains a tolerance of
± 10% on flux and power
measurements.
Luxeon types with even higher
luminous flux levels will become
available in the future. Please consult
your Lumileds Authorized Distributor
or Lumileds sales representative for
more information.
Minimum flux value for 470 nm
devices. Due to the CIE eye
response curve in the short blue
wavelength range, the minimum
luminous flux will vary over the
Lumileds’ blue color range. Luminous
flux will vary from a minimum of 18.1
lm at 460 nm to a typical of 80 lm
at 480 nm due to this effect.
Although the luminous power
efficiency is lower in the short blue
wavelength range, radiometric power
efficiency increases as wavelength
decreases. For more information,
consult the Luxeon Design Guide,
available upon request.
Royal Blue product is binned by
radiometric power and peak
wavelength rather than photometric
lumens and dominant wavelength.
Optical Characteristics at 700mA,
Junction Temperature, TJ = 25oC
Radiation
Pattern
Lambertian
Side Emitting
Dominant Wavelength[1] λD or
Peak Wavelength[2] λP
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Color
Spectral
Half-Width[3]
(nm)
∆λ1/2
Temperature
Coefficient
of Dominant
Wavelength
(nm/oC)
∆λD/ ∆ΤJ
Green
Cyan
Blue
Royal Blue[2]
520 nm
490 nm
460 nm
440 nm
530 nm
505 nm
470 nm
455 nm
550 nm
520 nm
490 nm
460 nm
35
30
25
20
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.04
Green
Cyan
Blue
Royal Blue[2]
520 nm
490 nm
460 nm
440 nm
530 nm
505 nm
470 nm
455 nm
550 nm
520 nm
490 nm
460 nm
35
30
25
20
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.04
Notes: (for all three optical tables)
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2.
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Dominant wavelength is derived from
the CIE 1931 Chromaticity diagram
and represents the perceived color.
Lumileds maintains a tolerance of
± 0.5nm for dominant wavelength
measurements.
Royal Blue product is binned by
radiometric power and peak
wavelength rather than photometric
lumens and dominant wavelength.
Lumileds maintains a tolerance of
± 2nm for peak wavelength
measurements.
Spectral width at ½ of the peak
intensity.
Total angle at which 90% of total
luminous flux is captured.
θ½ is the off axis angle from lamp
centerline where the luminous intensity
is ½ of the peak value.
Cumulative flux percent within ± 45°
from optical axis.
Off axis angle from lamp centerline
where the luminous intensity
reaches the peak value. On axis
peak may be higher than off axis
peak.
All products built with Indium Gallium
Nitride (InGaN).
Blue and Royal Blue power light
sources represented here are IEC825
Class 2 for eye safety.
5.
6.
Color
viewing angle[5]
(degree)
Green
Cyan
Blue
Royal Blue
150
150
150
150
2θ 1/2
150
150
150
150
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Lambertian
Total included
angle[4] (degree)
θ0.90V
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Radiation pattern
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Optical Characteristics at 700mA,
Junction Temperature, TJ = 25oC, Continued
Optical Characteristics at 700mA,
Junction Temperature, TJ = 25oC, Continued
Radiation
Pattern
Side Emitting
Luxeon V Star
Color
Typical total flux
percent within first
45°[6]
Cum Φ45°
Green
Cyan
Blue
Royal blue
<30%
<30%
<30%
<30%
3
Typical angle of
peak intensity[7]
θPEAK
75°
75°
75°
75°
-
85°
85°
85°
85°
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8.
9.
Electrical Characteristics at 700mA,
Junction Temperature, TJ = 25oC
Color
Green
Cyan
Blue
Royal Blue
5.43
5.43
5.43
5.43
6.84
6.84
6.84
6.84
Temperature
coefficient
of forward
voltage[3]
Dynamic
resistance[2]
Forward Voltage VF (V)[1]
Min.
Typ.
Max.
8.31
8.31
8.31
8.31
Notes:
(Ω) RD
(mV/oC)
∆VF/ ∆TJ
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
-4.0
-4.0
-4.0
-4.0
1.
2.
(oC/W) RθJ-B
11
11
11
11
3.
Lumileds maintains a tolerance of
± 0.06V on forward voltage
measurements.
Dynamic resistance is the inverse of
the slope in linear forward voltage
model for LEDs. See Figure 3.
Measured between 25oC ≤ TJ ≤
110oC at IF = 700mA.
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Thermal
resistance,
junction
to board
Notes:
Green/Cyan/
Blue/Royal Blue
Parameter
DC Forward Current (mA) [1]
Peak Pulsed Forward Current (mA)
Average Forward Current (mA)
ESD Sensitivity [2]
LED Junction Temperature (oC)
Aluminum-Core PCB Temperature (oC)[3]
Storage & Operating Temperature (oC)
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700
1000
700
± 16,000V HBM
135
70
-40 to +120
1.
2.
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3.
Proper current derating must be
observed to maintain junction
temperature below the maximum.
For more information, consult
Luxeon Design Guide, available
upon request.
LEDs are not designed to be driven
in reverse bias. Please consult
Lumileds’ Application Brief AB11
for further information.
Allowable board temperature to
avoid exceeding maximum junction
temperature at maximum Vf limit at
700 mA based on thermal
resistance of Star assembly.
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R elativ e Spec tral Pow er
D is tribution
Wavelength Characteristics, TJ = 25oC
1.0
0.8
0.6
BLUE
BL
ROYAL
BLUE
Figure 1.
Relative Intensity vs. Wavelength.
GREEN
CYAN
0.4
0.2
0.0
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
Wavelength (nm)
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Relative Light Output (%)
Light Output Characteristics
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
-20
Figure 2.
Relative Light Output vs. Junction
Temperature.
Green P ho to metric
Cyan P ho to metric
B lue P ho to metric
Ro yal B lue Radio metric
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20
40
60
80
100
120
Figure 2a. Relative Light Output
vs. Junction Temperature for
White, Green, Cyan, Blue and
Royal Blue.
Junction Temperature, TJ ( C)
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800
700
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600
Figure 3.
Forward Current vs. Forward
Voltage.
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400
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300
200
100
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IF - Average Forward Current (mA)
Forward Current Characteristics, TJ = 25oC
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0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0
V F - Forw ard Voltage (Volts)
Normalized Relative Luminous Flux
1.2
Figure 4.
Relative Luminous Flux vs. Forward
Current at TJ = 25oC maintained.
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
0
200
100
400
200
600
300
800
400
IF - Average Forw ard Current (mA)
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IF - Forward Current (mA)
Current Derating Curve
Figure 5.
Maximum Forward Current vs. Ambient
Temperature. Derating based on
TJMAX = 135 oC.
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
R θ J-A=20oC/W
R θ J-A=15oC/W
100
0
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
Note:
Additional heatsinking is required, even for
extremely brief periods. Please consult
AB05, Luxeon Thermal Design Guide, for
additional information.
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TA - Am bient Tem perature ( C)
Representative Typical Spatial Radiation Pattern
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Lambertian Radiation Pattern
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Figure 6.
Representative Typical Spatial Radiation
Pattern for Luxeon V Star.
Typical Upper Bound
Typical Lower Bound
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50
40
30
20
10
0
-100 -80 -60
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100
90
80
70
60
-40
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
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Angular Displacement (Degrees)
Side Emitting Radiation Pattern
100
Figure 7.
Representative Typical Spatial Radiation
Pattern for Luxeon V Star.
Relative Intensity (%)
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
-120 -100 -80
-60
-40
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Angular Displacement (Degrees)
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About Luxeon
Luxeon is the new world of solid state lighting (LED) technology.
Luxeon Power Light Source Solutions offer huge advantages over
conventional lighting and huge advantages over other LED solutions.
Luxeon enables partners to create and market products that, until
now, were impossible to create. This means the opportunity to create
products with a clear competitive advantage in the market. Products
that are smaller, lighter, sleeker, cooler, and brighter. Products that
are more fun to use, more efficient, and more environmentally
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conscious than ever before possible!
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Company Information
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Luxeon is developed, manufactured and marketed by Lumileds
Lighting, LLC. Lumileds is a worldclass supplier of Light Emitting
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Diodes (LEDs) producing billions of LEDs annually. Lumileds is a
fully integrated supplier, producing core LED material in all three
base colors (Red, Green, Blue) and White. Lumileds has R&D
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development centers in San Jose, California and Best, The
Lumileds may make process
or materials changes affecting
the performance or other
characteristics of Luxeon.
These products supplied after
such change will continue to
meet published specifications,
but may not be identical to
products supplied as samples
or under prior orders.
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Netherlands. Production capabilities in San Jose, California and
Malaysia.
Lumileds is pioneering the highflux LED technology and bridging
the gap between solid state LED technology and the lighting
world. Lumileds is absolutely dedicated to bringing the best and
brightest LED technology to enable new applications and
markets in the Lighting world.
2003 Lumileds Lighting. All rights reserved. Luxeon is a trademark of Lumileds Lighting, U.S., LLC.
Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
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LUMILEDS
www.luxeon.com
www.lumileds.com
Note:
For technical
more detailed
technical
information
For
assistance
or the
regardingofLuxeon
radiation
patterns,
location
your nearest
Lumileds
pleaseoffice,
consult
your Lumileds Authorized
sales
call:
Distributor or Lumileds sales representative.
Worldwide:
+1 408-435-6044
US Toll free: 877-298-9455
Europe: +31 499 339 439
Asia: +65 6248 4759
Fax: 408-435-6855
Email us at info@lumileds.com
Lumileds Lighting, U.S., LLC
370 West Trimble Road
San Jose, CA 95131
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