RGB LEDs with PLCC contacting design for reflow soldering

22nd May 2019
Posted By : Alex Lynn
RGB LEDs with PLCC contacting design for reflow soldering

Well suited for accent and decorative lighting, optical displays as well as industrial applications, Würth Elektronik has presented the WL-SFTW and WL-SFTD series of new RGB LEDs. Due to their PLCC contacting design, the two series of individually controllable LEDs are suited for SMT assembly and reflow soldering. 

The WL-SFTW series offers three different standard packaging designs: 3528 with four pins as well as 3528 and 5050 with six pins. The WL-SFTD series in 3535 package can be of particular interest to lighting designers as it is characterised by its IPX6 protection class.

RGB LEDs can be used to create any colour by additive colour mixing. This makes these compact components interesting for a variety of decorative applications. With the WL-SFTW series LEDs, Würth Elektronik offers compact components with high light intensity. The 5050 package in particular is ideal for applications in areas with bright ambient light.

The IPX6 protection class of the WL-SFTD series stands for outdoor applications and insensitivity to water. The encapsulation resin of the RGB LED with diffuse lens also contains UV inhibitors to minimise the effects of long-term exposure to direct sunlight. This supports stable light yield throughout the service life of the LED. A wide beam angle and high intensities make these LEDs ideal for outdoor and indoor full colour displays.

All the LEDs described are available from stock, free samples are available on request.


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