Bright LEDs

  • 03-Apr-2013 11:37 EDT
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Next-generation Mini Topled and Topled LEDs from Osram Opto Semiconductors produce white light in varying tones suitable for the interior illumination of buses, trains, aircraft, and automobiles. LEDs contain a brightness class with durability, resistance to electrostatic discharge, improved corrosion stability, and AEC Q101 certification. Tailored for public and private passenger transport for high brightness, the durable light sources combine white light with a 50,000-h lifetime. Low-power 3.2- x 2.8-mm (0.13- to 0.11-in) Topled components consume 0.1 W and produce 2400 mcd from 20 mA at a color temperature of 6000 K. The 1.8- x 2.2-mm (0.07- to 0.09-in) Mini Topled achieves a typical luminous intensity of 1700 mcd at a color temperature of 4000 K. Both offer continual increases in light output.

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