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27 September 2007


Seoul’s LEDs selected by SureFire for flashlights

Korean LED maker Seoul Semiconductor Co Ltd says that flashlamp maker SureFire LLC of Fountain Valley, CA, USA has selected its Z-Power LED P4 series to power its SureFire 2.5W model, a compact, high-output lightweight flashlight designed for rugged conditions including camping and military use.

“We selected Seoul's Z-power LED P4 series because it offers one of the industry's highest-level of brightness and reliability that also fits all lens designs," says SureFire’s VP of engineering Paul Kim. “It can be directly applied to all of our existing SureFire flashlights without the need to design and incorporate new lenses,” he adds.

Seoul claims that its Z-power LED P4 series has the industry's highest brightness of 240 lumens at 1A. It also claims the industry’s highest luminous efficacy (100lm/W at 350mA maximum) with only a single die, making it a brighter and more cost-effective light source compared to conventional 70lm/W fluorescent and 15lm/W incandescent lighting options.

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