10 September 2012

Philips Lumileds introduces LUXEON H50-2 LEDs with typical efficacy of more than 80 lumens per watt

LED maker Philips Lumileds of San Jose, CA, USA has introduced its LUXEON H50-2 LED, with a typical efficacy of more than 80 lumens per watt. The new LED improves on the efficacy of the existing LUXEON H 50V LED by 27%, says the firm, and offers 10% more lumens per watt and 30% higher luminous flux than leading competitive products, as well as lumen maintenance exceeding Energy Star requirements.

"We continually work with our customers to help them address the challenges they are facing in their market through the introduction of innovative new LED packages such as the LUXEON H50-2," said Viji Krishnamurthy, product manager, Philips Lumileds. "This new LED package works with simple, highly efficient drivers, enabling lighting designers to create unique form factors at lower costs, while still offering LUXEON performance and quality."

LUXEON H50-2 is designed for space-constrained, retrofit bulbs such as the A19. With its small size and high- voltage architecture, the new LED enables more form factors and lowers costs through the use of cost-efficient drivers, adds the firm.

Every LUXEON H50-2 LED is hot tested at 85 degrees Celsius to guarantee performance at operating conditions, and is color binned into three and five SDCM to ensure consistency among LED packages. In addition to A-line retrofits, the new LED can drive down the costs of other space-constrained lamps, such as candelabra and GU10.

LUXEON H50-2 LEDs are available from Future Lighting Solutions.

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