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LED lighting module employs 26mm remote phosphor

07 Nov 2013

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A remote phosphor-based lighting module equipped with Philips Lumileds's LUXEON T/TX royal blue LEDs has been unveiled by Intematix. Sporting 203 lumens per watt efficacy, the module is cost-effective for commercial lighting and similar linear applications as well as for replacement lamps, high bay industrial illumination and products requiring uniform light and omni-directional light distribution.

Intematix's LED lighting module uses a commercially available, 26mm diameter dome-shaped remote phosphor that converts blue light to on-the-black-body-line 6000K daylight spectrum and 70CRI with conversion efficacy of 267 lumens per radiant watt. The design is offered in colour temperatures ranging from 2700K to 6000K with CRI values from 70 up to 98.

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