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4 April 2013

Samsung launches Zhaga-compliant LED linear modules with 145lm/W efficacy

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd of Seoul, South Korea has introduced a new lineup of Zhaga-compliant LED H-Series linear modules with high efficacy and light quality, as well as color consistency for use in a wide range of LED lighting applications including ambient lighting and linear fixtures.

“Our new Zhaga-compliant H-Series is well suited to be used in a variety of high-performance light fixtures,” says Jaap Schlejen, senior VP, LED lighting sales & marketing, at Samsung Electronics’s Device Solutions Division. The new LED module series is one of several launches in a series of new LED modules with high light performance and efficacy, says the firm.

The H-Series features luminous efficacy of 145lm/W, which is claimed to be the industry’s highest in the LED module product category. The new module’s correlated color temperature (CCT) of 5000K provides an improvement of about 40% over a typical T5 fluorescent lamp and an improvement of 50% over a T8 fluorescent lamp, says the firm.

The H-Series consists of four types of LED module, each with a different form factor and luminous flux for various market needs. Fixture makers can connect multiple modules together for variations in luminous flux, without a gap between the modules.

Samsung is featuring its H-Series in booth 2645 at LightFair International 2013 in Philadelphia, PA, USA (23-25 April), along with other LED modules, as well as new LED packages, lamps and LED tubes. The H-Series will be available in May.

Tags: Samsung LEDs


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