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Chip-on-Board LEDs

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2015
Everlight Electronics Co. Ltd.Request Info
NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan — Everlight Color Choice LEDEverlight Electronics has announced two new chip-on-board LED families.

Suited for spotlights and downlights, the 36-V Xuan series covers a wattage range from 2 to 50 W and can achieve >130 lumens per watt. Designed with a high-thermal-conductity mirror-aluminum substrate, it can be attached to the heat sink by holder or screws. Seven designs are available in 1313 and 1919 dimensions, with color temperature options from warm to cool (2700 to 6500 K) and color rendering index (CRI) ratings of 82 (>80), 92 (>90) and >97 Ra.

The 9-W Color Choice LED (pictured) is suited for indoor retail, hospitality and residential lighting. Models are also available with 19- and 29-W output. The series is based on two color temperatures, 2700 and 5700 K, which, when mixed, can take on every ANSI color temperature in this CCT range. All mixture points achieve >110 lumens per watt and a CRI >80 (R9>0).


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