10 May 2012

Seoul Semiconductor adds 3020 Series to mid-power LEDs family

In booth 3538 at the Lightfair International trade show in Las Vegas this week (9-11 May), South Korean LED maker Seoul Semiconductor Co Ltd has launched its 3020 Series, adding a smaller-footprint product with high light density to the existing mid-power family of LED products.

Featuring advanced packaging techniques, including high lumen output and improved thermal efficiencies, the 3020 series suits general illumination applications requiring distributed light, such as replacement lamps and linear strip lighting, says the firm.

The 3020 Series will be offered in the full range of ANSI white space, with standard binning and LM-80 testing. The entire family is general illumination class and comes with coloring rendering index (CRI) versions of 80 or 90 (minimum) and with luminous efficacies as high as 151lm/watt (cool white) and 136lm/watt (warm white).

Following the firm’s 5630 package, the new LED is particularly suited to small fixtures and omni-directional bulbs, which demand the high efficacies and light densities of a small, mid-power LED solution, says the firm. The 3020 Series can also be used for fluorescent replacement tubes and linear strip products as well as panel and ceiling tile lighting.

The product will be available for sampling from Seoul’s three distributors, Avnet Electronics Marketing, Digi-Key Corp and Mouser Electronics in second-quarter 2012, and available for mass production soon afterwards.

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