LED, HIGH BRIGHTNESS, GREEN, 48LM

LXHL-DM01

Manufacturer Part NumberLXHL-DM01
DescriptionLED, HIGH BRIGHTNESS, GREEN, 48LM
ManufacturerLUMILEDS
SeriesLUXEON
LXHL-DM01 datasheet
 

Specifications of LXHL-DM01

Led ColorGreenLuminous Flux @ Test48lm
Wavelength Typ550nmLuminous Flux @ Max48lm
Forward Current @ Test350mAForward Current If Max350mA
Forward Voltage @ Test3.42VLead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant
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Technical Datasheet DS25
power light source
LUXEON
Introduction
LUXEON
®
is a revolutionary, energy efficient and ultra compact new light
source, combining the lifetime and reliability advantages of Light Emitting
Diodes with the brightness of conventional lighting.
LUXEON Emitters give you total design freedom and unmatched bright
ness, creating a new world of light.
LUXEON Emitters can be purchased in reels for high volume assembly.
For more information, consult your local Lumileds representative.
For high volume applications, custom LUXEON power light source designs
are available upon request, to meet your specific needs.
LUXEON Emitter is available in white, green, blue, royal blue,
cyan, red, red orange and amber.
®
Emitter
Features
Highest flux per LED family
in the world
Very long operating life (up to
100k hours)
Available in White, Green,
Blue, Royal Blue, Cyan, Red,
Red Orange, and Amber
Lambertian, Batwing or Side
Emitting radiation pattern
More energy efficient than
incandescent and most
halogen lamps
Low voltage DC operated
Cool beam, safe to the touch
Instant light (less than 100 ns)
Fully dimmable
No UV
Superior ESD protection
Typical Applications
Reading lights (car, bus, aircraft)
Portable (flashlight, bicycle)
Mini accent/Uplighters/
Downlighters/Orientation
Fiber optic alternative/
Decorative/Entertainment
Bollards/Security/Garden
Cove/Undershelf/Task
Traffic signaling/Beacons/ Rail
crossing and Wayside
Indoor/Outdoor Commercial
and Residential Architectural
Automotive Ext (Stop Tail Turn,
CHMSL, Mirror Side Repeat)
Edge lit signs (Exit, point of sale)
LCD Backlights/Light Guides

LXHL-DM01 Summary of contents

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    ... LUXEON Emitters give you total design freedom and unmatched bright ness, creating a new world of light. LUXEON Emitters can be purchased in reels for high volume assembly. For more information, consult your local Lumileds representative. For high volume applications, custom LUXEON power light source designs are available upon request, to meet your specific needs. ...

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    Mechanical Dimensions Notes: 1. The anode side of the device is denoted by a hole in the lead frame. Electrical insulation between the case and the board is required—slug of device is not electrically neutral. Do not electrically connect either ...

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    Mechanical Dimensions, Continued Notes: 1. The anode side of the device is denoted by a hole in the lead frame. Electrical insulation between the case and the board is required—slug of device is not electrically neutral. Do not electrically connect ...

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    ... Royal Blue product is binned by radiometric power and peak wavelength rather than photometric lumens and dominant wavelength July 2003 Philips Lumileds announced a second generation white batwing product using a new phosphor deposition process resulting in improved color uniformity, LXHL BW02. LUXEON Emitter DS25 (5/07) Table ...

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    ... Philips Lumileds maintains a tolerance of ± 0.5nm for dominant wavelength measurements. 2. Royal Blue product is binned by radiometric power and peak wavelength rather than photometric lumens and dominant wavelength. Philips Lumileds maintains a tolerance of ± 2nm for peak wavelength measurements. 3. CCT ±5% tester tolerance. 4. Spectral width at ½ of the peak intensity. ...

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    ... Royal Blue Red Red Orange Amber Notes for Table 4: 1. Philips Lumileds maintains a tolerance of ± 0.06V on forward voltage measurements. 2. Dynamic resistance is the inverse of the slope in linear forward voltage model for LEDs. See Figures 3a and 3b. Measured between 25°C ≤ T ≤ 110° 350mA. J LUXEON Emitter DS25 (5/07) Table 4 ...

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    ... Proper current derating must be observed to maintain junction temperature below the maximum. For more information, consult the LUXEON Design Guide, available upon request. 2. LEDs are not designed to be driven in reverse bias. Please consult Philips Lumileds' Application Brief AB11 for further information. 3. Measured at leads, during lead soldering and slug attach, body temperature must not exceed 120°C. LUXEON emitters cannot be soldered by general IR or Vapor phase reflow, nor by wave soldering ...

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    ... Figure 1b. White Color Spectrum of Typical CCT Part, Integrated Measurement. Applicable for LXHL BW02. 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.0 350 Figure 1c. White Color Spectrum of Typical Warm White Part, Integrated Measurement. Applicable for LXHL BW03. LUXEON Emitter DS25 (5/07) Figure 1a. Relative Intensity vs. Wavelength 400 450 500 550 600 ...

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    Light Output Characteristics 150 140 130 120 110 100 200 180 160 140 120 100 LUXEON Emitter DS25 (5/07) Green Pho to metric Cyan Pho to metric Blue Photo metric White Pho to metric Ro ...

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    Forward Current Characteristics, T Note: Driving these high power devices at currents less than the test conditions may produce unpredictable results and may be subject to variation in performance. Pulse width modulation (PWM) is recommended for dimming effects. LUXEON Emitter ...

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    Forward Current Characteristics, T Note: Driving these high power devices at currents less than the test conditions may produce unpredictable results and may be subject to variation in performance. Pulse width modulation (PWM) is recommended for dimming effects. Figure 4a. ...

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    Current Derating Curves 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 Figure 5a. Maximum Forward Current vs. Ambient Temperature. Derating based on T 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 Figure 5b. Maximum Forward Current vs. Ambient Temperature. Derating based on ...

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    ... Angular Displacement (Degrees) Figure 6a. Typical Representative Spatial Radiation Pattern for LUXEON Emitter Warm White (LXHL BW03). T ypical Upper Bound T ypicalLower Bound 0 -100 -80 -60 -40 - Angular Displacement (Degrees) Figure 6b. Typical Representative Spatial Radiation Pattern for LUXEON Emitter Green, Cyan, Blue and Royal Blue. ...

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    ... LUXEON Emitter Red (LXHL BD03), Red Orange (LXHL BH03) and Amber (LXHL BL03). LUXEON Emitter DS25 (5/07) -80 -60 -40 - Angular Displacement (Degrees) Figure 6d. Typical Representative Spatial Radiation Pattern for LUXEON Emitter Red (LXHL BD01) and Amber (LXHL BL01). ...

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    ... Typical Lambertian Representative Spatial Radiation Pattern Note: For more detailed technical information regarding LUXEON radiation patterns, please consult your Philips Lumileds Authorized Distributor or Philips Lumileds sales representative. 100 100 Typical Side Emitting Representative Spatial Radiation Pattern 100 LUXEON Emitter DS25 (5/07) ...

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    ... Lifetime for solid state lighting devices (LEDs) is typically defined in terms of lumen maintenance—the percentage of initial light output remaining after a specified period of time. Philips Lumileds projects that LUXEON products will deliver on average 70% lumen maintenance at 50,000 hours of operation. This performance is based on independent test data, Philips Lumileds histor ical data from tests run on similar material systems, and internal LUXEON reliability testing. This projection is based on constant current 350 mA operation with junction temperature maintained at or below 90° ...

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    ... Notes: 1. LUXEON emitters should be picked up by the body (not the lens) during placement. The inner diameter of the pick up collet should be greater than or equal to 6.5 mm. Please consult Philips Lumileds Application Brief AB10 on LUXEON Emitter assembly information for further details on assembly methods. 2. Drawings not to scale. ...

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    ... Notes: 1. LUXEON emitters should be picked up by the body (not the lens) during placement. The inner diameter of the pick up collet should be greater than or equal to 6.5 mm. Please consult Philips Lumileds Application Brief AB10 on LUXEON Emitter assembly information for further details on assembly methods. 2. Drawings not to scale. ...

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    ... LEDs and systems are enabling new applications and markets in the lighting world. ©2007 Philips Lumileds Lighting Company. All rights reserved. Product specifications are subject to change without notice. Luxeon is a registered trademark of the Philips Lumileds Lighting Company in the United States and other countries. Philips Lumileds may make process or ...