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27 October 2014

Luminus launches 1W SMD LED with 170° emission angle for illumination applications

Luminus Devices Inc of Billerica, MA, USA, which makes PhlatLight (photonic lattice) LEDs for solid-state lighting (SSL) applications, has launched the XNOVA Cube, a 1 watt SMD LED with a 170° viewing angle, which provides designers with the ability to improve system efficacy, reduce cost, and simplify omni-directional products, it is claimed.

Unlike traditional mid-power LEDs, which were originally designed for LCD backlighting, the XNOVA Cube is engineered specifically for illumination applications with high quality of light requirements, has the industry's widest viewing angle, emits more light than any mid-power LED, and delivers this from a compact 1.9mm by 1.9mm package.

“The XNOVA Cube has opened-up new design options for our customers in the highly competitive panel lighting, linear and omni-directional lamp markets,” says Jim Miller, executive VP of sales & marketing. “They are able to reduce LED count by as much as 30% and at the same time cut power consumption by 10%, which enables further cost reductions in drivers, thermal systems, and optical components,” he reckons.

Luminus Devices is exhibiting its XNOVA illumination product line at the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (27-30 October).

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Luminus launches XNOVA mid-power LED product line for replacement lamps and luminaires

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Visit: www.luminus.com/products/xnova.html

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