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1 April 2014

Lumileds boosts LUXEON Z ES LED flux by 18%; adds 4000K and 5700K 90-CRI options

Philips Lumileds of San Jose, CA, USA says that, with newly improved efficacy and precise optical control, its LUXEON Z ES LED (first introduced in March 2013) is now a better choice for applications requiring tight beam angles such as spotlights, downlights, retrofit lamps and outdoor streetlights.

Measuring only 1.6mm x 2.0mm in size and hence 75% smaller than a standard 3535 package, the LUXEON Z ES features an undomed design that enables close packing density in space-constrained applications. “The small size of the LED allows 25% smaller optics, thereby reducing the overall cost of the application without sacrificing performance,” says product marketing manager Jennifer Holland, LEED AP. “We simultaneously achieve greater luminance and punch from our high-density high-power emitter.”

In addition to upgraded performance across the existing portfolio, Lumileds has introduced new emitters with correlated color temperatures (CCTs) of 4000K and 5700K and color rendering index (CRI) in the 90 range to address needs in stadium and museum lighting.

Color consistency of the LUXEON Z ES is ensured by the emitters’ 5-, 3- and first-ever 1-step MacAdam Ellipse binning options. “Designers can select color consistency based on the demands of their specific application,” adds Holland.

The LUXEON Z ES emitters are available across a broad range of CCTs at 70, 80 and 90 CRI as of 1 April.

See related items:

Lumileds launches LUXEON Z ES high-power micro-LED with 1-step MacAdam ellipse warm-white color consistency

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