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30 July 2014

Seoul Semiconductor launches Acrich-based module for omnidirectional lamps

South Korean LED maker Seoul Semiconductor has launched a new Acrich module optimized for omnidirectional lamps to meet ENERGY STAR requirements. This new module consists of the Acrich MJT 2525 series LED along with Seoul Semiconductor's latest generation of Acrich 3 driver IC and a reflector optic.

With dimensions of 2.5mm x 2.5mm and wide a beam angle, the Acrich MJT 2525 series LED has what is claimed to be industry-leading lumen density of 15lm/mm2. It incorporates Seoul Semiconductor's proprietary Acrich Multi-Junction chip Technology to create the high-voltage LED package. The Acrich 3 IC is the firm’s latest-generation driver IC that can work directly from the AC mains. It enables lower-cost driver solutions and is designed to work with existing TRIAC or phase-controlled dimmers without sacrificing power quality or efficiency.

All LEDs and the driver IC are incorporated on a single 38mm-diameter board, making the light engine easy to use in an A19 form factor, the firm says. Along with the light engine comes a reflector that has been optimized to create the omnidirectionality of the light pattern. An optional heat bridge can also be used to improve thermal dissipation of the light engine.

“The new Acrich A19 module is optimized for the performance and cost requirements of the retrofit lamp market,” says Jay Kim, executive VP of Lighting sales. “This new module combines the light source, driver, optics and primary thermal management in a single compact system, simplifying designs and lowering costs for lighting manufacturers,” he claims.

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