LED modules speed time to market

24th February 2016
Posted By : Mick Elliott
LED modules speed time to market

The LUXEON XR-TX LED modules from Lumileds are in stock at Mouser Electronics. These LED devices integrate 12 high-efficacy LUXEON TX LEDs on a rigid and thermally conductive metal core PCB. The modules are designed to be readily combined with third-party lens plates and drivers to rapidly design and bring to market LED streetlights, tunnel lights, and high/low bay fixtures.

The modules are optimised for lighting applications that require high-power LED arrays mounted on a rigid and thermally conductive substrate. The integrated LUXEON TX emitters deliver high flux density from a uniform source with tight correlated colour temperature control.

The modules provide 3,300 lumens and are available in colour temperatures of 4000K, 5000K, and 5700K with a minimum CRI of 70 and they achieve excellent efficacy at the board level of 140lm/W at 4000K and 700mA drive current.     

Designers can connect up to seven LUXEON XR-TX modules in a series to achieve an assortment of system configurations and necessary flux levels.

With the modules’ 150mm × 45mm footprint, designers can also combine the LUXEON XR-TX modules with standard lenses, lens plates, and drivers, enabling easy system integration and faster time to market.

The modules are rated for a wide operating temperature range of -40 to +85 degrees Celsius and meet performance requirements in a variety of environmental conditions, making them suitable for outdoor and wide area lighting application.




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