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Cree doubles next-gen colour LED performance

18 Oct 2012

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Cree targets a wide range of applications, from automotive to display, through its next-generation colour LEDs. Compared to earlier solutions, the new LED platforms perform twice as better in lm/USD.

XLamp XB-D colour LEDs deliver up to 40% higher maximum light output than XP-E colour LEDs. Its small size, a 5 mm x 5 mm footprint, and higher performance promote improved colour mixing and lower system cost, as fewer LEDs are necessary.

The XLamp XM-L colour LEDs represent the brightest and smallest multi-coloured LED in their class. The colour LED is approximately 60% smaller than the MC-E LED and creates a small optical source for excellent optical control, simple design, and efficient colour mixing. The XLamp XB-D colour LEDs deliver up to 1416 mW for royal blue, 92 lumens for blue, 198 lumens for green, 210 lumens for red, and 261 lumens for red-orange, at 1A in the 2.45 mm x 2.45 mm footprint.

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