HIGH BRIGHTNESS LED,NEUTRAL WHITE,4400LM

BXRA-N4000-00L0E

Manufacturer Part NumberBXRA-N4000-00L0E
DescriptionHIGH BRIGHTNESS LED,NEUTRAL WHITE,4400LM
ManufacturerBridgelux
SeriesBridgelux RS Array
BXRA-N4000-00L0E datasheet
 


Specifications of BXRA-N4000-00L0E

Led ColorNeutral WhiteLuminous Flux @ Test4400lm
Cct4250KForward Current @ Test2.1A
Forward Current If Max3AForward Voltage @ Test24.6V
Rohs CompliantYesViewing Angle120°
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Bridgelux RS Array Series
Product Data Sheet DS16
BXRA – W3500, - W5700, - N4000, - N6300, - C5000, - C8000
Introduction
The Bridgelux family of LED Array products delivers high performance, compact and cost-effective solid-
state lighting solutions to serve the general lighting market. These products combine the higher efficacy,
lifetime, and reliability benefits of LEDs with the light output levels of many conventional lighting sources.
The Bridgelux RS Array Series has been specified to enable lamp and luminaire designs with comparable
performance to existing high wattage CFL and HID conventional light sources for retail, commercial,
industrial and outdoor/street lighting applications. The CFL and HID light sources cannot be readily
dimmed; Bridgelux Arrays are extremely well equipped for all types of light-on-demand applications,
where they can be instantaneously and smoothly dimmed up or down without any effect on lifetime.
The Bridgelux RS Array series provides a high performance alternative to conventional solid state
solutions, delivering between 3000 and 8500 lumens under application conditions in warm, neutral and
cool white color temperatures. These compact high flux density light sources deliver uniform high quality
illumination without pixilation or the multiple shadow effect caused by LED component based solutions,
enabling excellent beam control for precision lighting. To simplify system design for appropriate light
output, Bridgelux LED Arrays are specified to deliver performance under typical use conditions.
These integrated plug and play solutions reduce system complexity and enable miniaturized cost-
effective lamp and luminaire designs. Luminaire designs incorporating these LED Arrays deliver system
level performance comparable to that of 42-55 Watt CFL, 35-90 Watt low pressure sodium, 70-150 Watt
high pressure sodium or 70-200 Watt metal halide based luminaires and feature increased system level
and service life. Typical applications include retail lighting, commercial down lights, high bay, outdoor and
street lights, and entertainment lighting.
Features
Compact high flux density light source
Uniform high quality illumination
Streamlined thermal path
Energy Star / ANSI compliant binning
structure
More energy efficient than incandescent,
halogen and fluorescent lamps
Low voltage DC operation
Instant light with unlimited dimming
5-year warranty
RoHS compliant and Pb free
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Benefits
Enhanced optical control
Clean white light without pixilation
Significantly reduced thermal resistance
and increased operating temperatures
Uniform consistent white light
Lower operating costs
Increased safety
Easy to use with daylight and motion
detectors to enable increased energy
savings
Reduced maintenance costs
Environmentally friendly, no disposal issue

BXRA-N4000-00L0E Summary of contents

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    ... Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 BXRA – W3500, - W5700, - N4000, - N6300, - C5000, - C8000 Introduction The Bridgelux family of LED Array products delivers high performance, compact and cost-effective solid- state lighting solutions to serve the general lighting market. These products combine the higher efficacy, lifetime, and reliability benefits of LEDs with the light output levels of many conventional lighting sources ...

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    ... Typical Light Output Characteristics vs. Temperature Typical Chromaticity Characteristics vs. Temperature Typical Forward Current Characteristics 25°C Current Derating Curves Product Binning Color Binning Information Mechanical Assembly and Handling Product Packaging and Labeling Packaging Tube Design Design Resources Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) Page ...

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    ... – designates LED Array product flux, 300 for a 3000 lumen array, etc E – designates product family – used to designate product options, 00000 by default The base product part number (BXRA-ABCDE) is indicated on each individual unit, printed on the bottom of the LED Array. Average Lumen Maintenance Characteristics Bridgelux projects that its family of LED Array products will deliver, on average, greater than 70% lumen maintenance after 50,000 hours of operation at the rated forward test current ...

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    ... UL Recognition Bridgelux has UL Recognition for all the LED Array products listed in this data sheet. Please refer to the UL file E333389 for the latest list of UL Recognized Arrays. Bridgelux uses UL Recognized materials with suitable flammability ratings in the LED Array to streamline the process for customers to secure UL listing of the final luminaire product ...

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    ... Case Temperature Measurement Point A case temperature measurement point location is included on the top surface of the Bridgelux LED Arrays. The location of this measurement point is indicated in the mechanical dimensions section of this data sheet. The purpose of this measurement point is to allow the user access to a measurement point closely linked to the true case temperature on the back surface of the LED Array ...

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    ... BXRA-W5700- 2700K Warm White BXRA-W3500- 3000K BXRA-W3500- 3000K 00Q0G BXRA-W5700- 3000K BXRA-W5700- 3000K 00Q0G BXRA-N4000- 4000K Neutral White BXRA-N6300- 4000K BXRA-C5000- 5600K Cool White BXRA-C8000- 5600K Notes for Table 1: 1. Bridgelux maintains a ± 7% tolerance of flux measurements. 2. Parts are tested in pulsed conditions 25°C. Pulse width rated test current. ...

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    ... BXRA-W5700- 2700K Warm 00S0G White BXRA-W3500- 3000K 00Q0E BXRA-W3500- 3000K 00Q0G BXRA-W5700- 3000K 00Q0E BXRA-W5700- 3000K 00Q0G BXRA-N4000- 4000K 00L0E Neutral White BXRA-N6300- 4000K 00L0E BXRA-C5000- 5600K Cool 00E0C White BXRA-C8000- 5600K 00E0C Notes for Table 2: 1. Parts are tested in pulsed conditions 25°C. Pulse width rated test current. ...

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    ... White BXRA-W5700- XXXXX BXRA-N4000- Neutral XXXXX White BXRA-N6300- XXXXX BXRA-C5000- Cool XXXXX White BXRA-C8000- XXXXX Notes for Table 3: 1. XXXXX indicates specification applies to all versions with base number. 2. Parts are tested in pulsed conditions 25°C. Pulse width rated test current. 3. Bridgelux maintains a tester tolerance of ± 0. forward voltage measurements. ...

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    ... XXXXX BXRA-N4000- 3000 XXXXX BXRA-N6300- 3750 XXXXX BXRA-C5000- 3000 XXXXX BXRA-C8000- 3750 XXXXX Notes for Table 4: 1. Light emitting diodes are not designed to be driven in reverse voltage. 2. Driving these high current devices at low currents can result in variations in performance. For low current operation pulse width modulation is recommended ...

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    ... BXRA- 3000K W3500- 00Q0E BXRA- 3000K W3500- 00Q0G Warm White BXRA- 2700K W5700- 00S0E BXRA- 2700K W5700- 00S0G BXRA- 3000K W5700- 00Q0E BXRA- 3000K W5700- 00Q0G Notes for Table 6, 7 and 8: 1. Product is tested and binned at the specified drive current. 2. Operating these LED Arrays at or below the drive currents listed in Table 6, with a case temperature maintained at or below 70° ...

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    ... Number BXRA- 5600K C5000- 00E0C Cool White BXRA- 5600K C8000- 00E0C Notes for Table 6, 7 and 8: 3. Product is tested and binned at the specified drive current. 4. Operating these LED Arrays at or below the drive currents listed in Table 6, with a case temperature maintained at or below 70°C, will enable the average lumen maintenance projection outlined earlier in this Product Data Sheet ...

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    ... Drawings are not to scale. 5. Drawing dimensions are in millimeters. 6. Bridgelux recommends four tapped holes for mounting screws – refer to figure 15 (Mechanical Assembly and Handling) for recommended spacing of holes. 7. Unless otherwise specified, tolerances are ± 0.10mm. 8. Dimensions with parenthesis ‘( )’ are for reference only. ...

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    ... Typical Radiation Pattern Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) Figure 2: Typical Spatial Radiation Pattern Figure 3: Typical Polar Radiation Pattern Page ...

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    ... Wavelength Characteristics at Rated Test Current, Tj=25°C Figure 5: Typical Neutral White Color Spectrum Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) Figure 4: Typical Warm White Color Spectrum Page ...

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    ... Wavelength Characteristics at Rated Test Current, T Figure 6: Typical Cool White Color Spectrum Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) =25°C (Continued) j Page ...

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    ... Figure 7: Typical Flux vs. Current BXRA‐W3500 BXRA‐W3000 BXRA‐N4000  BXRA‐N3500 BXRA‐C5000  BXRA‐C4500 1500 2000 2500 3000 Current (mA) BXRA‐W5700 BXRA‐N6300  BXRA‐C8000  2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Current (mA) 3500 4000   ...

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    ... Typical Light Output Characteristics vs. Temperature Figure 9: Typical Flux vs. Junction Temperature Figure 11: Typical Flux vs. Junction Temperature 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 0.00 - Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11 Junction Temperature, ºC Cool White Warm White Neutral White 100 Page ...

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    ... Figure 13: Typical y Shift vs. Junction Temperature Figure 11: Typical y Shift vs. Junction Temperature 0.02 0.01 0.00 -0.01 -0.02 -0.03 -0.04 -0.05 -0.06 -10 0 Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11 Junction Temperature, º Junction Temperature, ºC Cool White Neutral White Warm White 50 60 ...

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    ... Forward Current Characteristics Figure 12: Current vs. Voltage, BXRA-W3500, BXRA-N4000 and BXRA-C5000 MIN Vf  Tc=70°C    Figure 13: Current vs. Voltage, BXRA-W5700, BXRA-N6300 and BXRA-C8000 MIN Vf  Tc=70°C  Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) MIN Vf Tc=25°C  ...

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    ... Figure 15: Derating Curve, 2800mA Drive Current 0 10   Figure 15: Derating Curve, 2800mA Drive Current BXRA-W5700, BXRA-N6300, BXRA-C8000 Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) 1.0˚C/W 0.7˚C/W 0.4˚C Ta ‐ Ambient Temperature, C 1.0˚ ...

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    ... In order to minimize variation in the end product or application, Bridgelux bins its LED Arrays for color. Bridgelux LED Arrays are labeled using a 3-digit alphanumeric bin code. This bin code is printed on the back of each LED Array in the following format: ...

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    ... Q4 0.4345 0.4260 0.4345 0.4431 R3 0.4562 0.4468 0.4260 0.4345 R4 0.4468 0.4373 0.4413 0.4325 3SDCM 0.4274 0.4350 Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) ANSI Y Bin Code CCT (K) 0.3990 0.4165 3000 S3 0.4213 0.4033 0.3814 0.3990 3000 S4 0.4033 0.3854 0.4033 0.4213 3000 T4 0 ...

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    ... Figure 17: Graph of Neutral White Test Bins in xy Color Space 0.41 0.40 4000K  0.39 3SDCM  0.38 0.37 0.36 0.35 0.36 Table 10: Neutral White xy Bin Coordinates and Associated Typical CCT Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11 0.37 0.38 0.39 Z Bin Code X Y 0.3703 ...

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    ... Color Binning Information (continued) Figure 18: Graph of Cool White Test Bins in xy Color Space 0.37 0.36 0.35 0.34 0.33 0.32 0.31 0.30 Table 11: Cool White xy Bin Coordinates and Associated Typical CCT Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11 0.31 0.32 0.33 X Bin X Y Code ...

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    ... Figure 19. To ensure proper thermal contact it is important to mount the LED Array to the heat sink using 4 mounting screws. Bridgelux recommends the use of hard non- electrically conductive flat washers with lock washers. The recommended center to center spacing for the four tapped holes for mounting the Bridgelux RS Series Array is shown in Figure 20. Refer to Application Note AN11 – ...

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    ... Notes for Figure 20: 1. Drawing dimensions are in millimeters.      Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) Figure 20: Recommended Center to Center Spacing for Tapped Mounting Holes   Page ...

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    ... Product Packaging and Labeling All Bridgelux LED Array products are 100% tested, binned and labeled. Products are labeled by printing pertinent information on the back side of the LED Array. The following format is used for labeling the Bridgelux LED Arrays – – Where – designates the bin code (Q30, etc – ...

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    ... Product Packaging and Labeling (continued) Tubes of Bridgelux LED Arrays are packaged in bags prior to loading into boxes for shipment. One tube is loaded per bag, resulting in an SPI of 10. All products packaged within a single bag are of the same flux and color bin combination (or bin code). Each bag is labeled with the information required for effective inventory management ...

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    ... – designates the bin code (Q30, etc – designates the date code (production week and production year, 0210, etc – designates the quantity per listed bin code contained in the box. Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11) Figure 23: Box Label Example   ...

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    ... Notes for Figures 24:   1. Drawings are not to scale. 2. Drawing dimensions are in millimeters. Bridgelux RS Array Series Product Data Sheet DS16 (3/14/11)   Page ...

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    ... AN16: Optical Considerations for Bridgelux LED Arrays Optical Source Models Optical source models and ray set files are available for all Bridgelux LED Array products, and can be downloaded directly from the Bridgelux web site. The list below contains the formats currently available. ...

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    ... The plug and play simplicity of the Bridgelux LED Arrays enable our customers to address the rapidly growing interior and exterior solid state lighting markets, including street lights, retail lighting, commercial lighting and consumer applications ...