Lighting industry’s Smallest Power LED with Highest Lumen Density is released by Philips Lumileds, named LUXEON Z
16th June , 2012

Lighting industry’s Smallest Power LED with Highest Lumen Density is released by Philips Lumileds, named LUXEON Z

LED (light emitting diode) lighting, also known as SSL (solid state lighting) technology continues to advance at a fast pace to establish LEDs as the primary lighting source of the future. Yet another key LED innovation milestone in the lighting revolution is the arrival of the LUXEON Z, developed by Philips Lumileds.

The new LUXEON Z Power LED module is 80% smaller than a traditional power LED with a total footprint of only 2.2 mm² and high lumen output across a full spectrum of colours from 440-670 nanometers, including white. The extremely small LED package will enable much more flexibility and exciting new possibilites for lighting and luminare designers to push the boundaries and be more creative in designing the next generation of luminaires.

The new LUXEON Z will allow for integrated approaches that break with today’s paradigms in luminaire development. Unlike other products on the market, the LUXEON Z goes beyond the constraints of a typical 2×2 multi-chip package to allow designers the ability to create specialized 2×2, 3×2 or 6×1 mono-color or multi-color luminaires. With this breakthrough, configurations are virtually limitless, and with the ability to mount as many as 250 of the high-lumen LUXEON Z in one square-inch, designers can reach new levels in lumen densities.

“With the LUXEON Z, Philips Lumileds has once again reinforced its commitment to LED innovation by listening to customers and giving them the ability to create more variations of multi-chip color arrays that can take advantage of custom optics,” said Rahul Bammi, VP of Product Management at Philips Lumileds. “By continuing to push the boundaries of technology with the smallest high-lumen LED package available, we are really enabling our customers to push the boundaries of luminaire development.”

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