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Remote phosphor solution improves LED linear lighting

10 Dec 2013

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Intematix has launched ChromaLit Linear, a remote phosphor lighting solution offering colour temperature options ranging from 3,000K to 5,000K. With 3 SDCM colour consistency as standard and a colour rendering index of 80, ChromaLit Linear can eliminate pixelation and enable high output for LED linear lighting applications.

Remote phosphor is a lighting system architecture where a separate phosphor component is powered by blue LEDs. This architecture and the increased light extraction capabilities are useful in reducing LED component count and costs. Lighting uniformity and consistency are also improved and supply chains are simplified.

ChromaLit Linear addresses challenges in the use of white LEDs in situations including office and commercial lighting, which have been challenging for white LEDs previously because of the need to diffuse the point sources, reducing system efficacy. The new product delivers naturally uniform, high quality light with conversion efficacy of up to 215 lumens per radiant watt or up to 163 lumens per system watt when used with the most efficient blue LEDs available.

Julian Carey, Senior Director of Strategic Marketing at Intematix, said the product enables "smooth uniformity, white off-state and new possibilities for applications from under-cabinet to troffers to high bay lighting."

The ChromaLit Linear remote phosphor solution promises length flexibility with surface lumen density scales ranging from 500 to 2500 lumens per linear foot. Intematix is offering ChromaLit Linear in samples as well as production quantities with standard lead times.




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