LED lighting

  • 11-Dec-2012 08:13 EST
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Osram Opto Semiconductors’ Oslon LX is an LED for widespread application in the automotive sector, providing visual and technical enhancements to automobiles from high-end to entry-level segments. It is suitable for applications in which high light output and high energy efficiency are crucial factors, such as fog lights and daytime running lights. Designed to be an affordable solution, the Oslon LX LED is based on the latest UX:3 chip technology with a tried-and-tested silicon converter, claims the company. At a temperature of 25°C (77°F) (in the chip), the LED produces 125 lumens from a current of 350 mA. At a higher operating temperature of around 100°C (212°F), the LED achieves a luminous flux of 100 lumens. The LED lens has a beam angle of 120°.

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