Chip LED Boosts Brightness

Sept. 22, 2004
Debuting as the XThin family's latest member, the XT-21 chip LED reports an increased radiant flux with minimum brightness levels of 21 mW. The component is available in a 460 nm blue version with target applications that include white-light LCD

Debuting as the XThin family's latest member, the XT-21 chip LED reports an increased radiant flux with minimum brightness levels of 21 mW. The component is available in a 460 nm blue version with target applications that include white-light LCD backlighting in mobile appliances and digital-camera flashes. Similar to other members of the family, the XT-21 measures 115 mm in height and operates with a typical forward voltage of 3.2V at 20 mA. Additionally, it is capable of withstanding up to 1 kV of ESD. For further information and pricing, call CREE INC., Durham, NC., (919) 313-5300.

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