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The High-Density LUXEON CoB Core Range from Lumileds is a range of chip-on-board devices that double the luminous flux of the series.

The range features a maximum flux of 2500 lm from a 6-mm light emitting surface, 5000 lm from a 9-mm light emitting surface and 6000 lm from an 11-mm light emitting surface. The arrays are offered over a color temperature range of 2700 to 5700K and CRI of 70, 80 or 90. They provide low thermal resistance, enabling smaller heat sinks and optics for lower overall system cost.

Focusing on the most popular light emitting surfaces for spot lighting applications, the devices can achieve high center beam candlepower in narrow-beam spotlight applications.

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2017

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