High-Power LEDs

Feb. 8, 2007
LuxLEDs combine high-level illumination with low-power consumption and are available in three different surface-mounted packages.

Axial intensities are as high as 24,000 mcd with flux levels to 120 mA. They handle a maximum power dissipation of 320 mW. Superflux LEDs have axial light intensities up to 25,000 mcd with maximum flux levels to 350 mA, and offer 120-mW power dissipation. The one-watt AstraLEDs have flux levels to 30 Lm with power input of 350 mA.

Lumex Inc., 290 E. Helen Rd., Palatine, IL 60067, (800) 278-5666, lumex.com

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