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Half-Watt LED

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Cree Inc. has unveiled the XLamp ML-E LED, a half-watt compact solution for distributed LED arrays that can enable lighting designers to meet the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star performance criteria. The device delivers lighting-class performance in applications where a smooth, uniform appearance is required, such as LED fluorescent tube replacement, ceiling-mounted panel lights and undercabinet lighting. Unlike other low-power LEDs originally developed for consumer electronics and backlighting applications, the XLamp ML-E delivers the color binning, efficacy, thermal resistance and long-term reliability required for Energy Star luminaires and bulbs, according to the company. It delivers full-size features, with flux of up to 58 lm at 150 mA in cool white (5000 K) and up to 48 lm in warm white (3000 K).

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2010

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