Efficient Optical Design Helps LEDs Tap High-Intensity Lighting Mart

Oct. 1, 1999
The efficient optical design employed in the Ultra Flux LEDs is said to enable fewer of these InGaAlP devices to be used in high-intensity lighting applications such as automotive exterior lighting, moving message panels, and backlit exit signs. The

The efficient optical design employed in the Ultra Flux LEDs is said to enable fewer of these InGaAlP devices to be used in high-intensity lighting applications such as automotive exterior lighting, moving message panels, and backlit exit signs. The LEDs come in ultra-yellow, amber, orange, and red and can be coupled with light pipes, reflectors or lenses. And the LEDs' 7.62-mm square package has 5.08-mm pin spacing.

Company: AMERICAN BRIGHT OPTOELECTRONICS CORP.

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