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  • CRI White LED
Dec 2009
DOMINANT Opto TechnologiesRequest Info
MELAKA, Malaysia, Dec. 2, 2009 – To complete the Primax product portfolio and fulfill the lighting market demand, Dominant Semiconductors is extending this series with a high color rendering index (CRI) LED in a 0.5-W white version. The NAW-BSC is compliant with the US Energy Star guidelines; fulfilling the required minimum CRI of 75.

Dominant_CRI-Primax.jpgWith an operating current of 150 mA, this new-generation white LED produces typical 20 lm at a low thermal resistance. The CRI of minimum 75 and typical 80 makes it suitable for use in all lighting applications. The package dimensions of 3.5 × 3.5 × 1.2 mm and a wide viewing angle of 120? are optimized for applications where space is limited.

The Primax LED series products, featuring a small package, high intensity and efficiency, are suitable for backlighting of displays and decorative lighting. They also enhance and support creative illumination in general lighting, channel lighting and sophisticated automotive applications.

For more information, visit:  

Dominant Semiconductors
Lot 6, Batu Berendam
Melaka 75350
Phone: +60 06 283 3566
Fax: +60 06 283 0566


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