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13 May 2020

Osram launches Synios S 2222 family of compact LEDs for low- and mid-power applications

Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH of Regensburg, Germany says that its new Synios S 2222 family of LEDs is suitable for a wide range of applications, from customized lighting solutions for electronic devices, ambient lighting for trains and planes, to high-quality architectural lighting. The product family is said to be unique in its compact dimensions, combined with very good brightness values and the ability to cover the entire color palette.

The Synios S 2222 product family provides an efficient and flexible platform for a variety of low- and mid-power applications with injection current ranging from 10mA to 200mA. Customers can choose from six colors and combine them to create more. In addition to white versions (3000-6500 K, CRI >80), the product family includes versions in blue (445-460nm), green (520-540nm), yellow (583-595nm, conversion and direct emission), red (612-626nm) and deep red (626-636nm). The family’s uniform dimensions of 2.2mm x 2.2mm and solder pad design make it easy to integrate into many different solutions, says the firm. The low package height of only 0.6mm makes extremely flat lighting solutions possible.

Osram says it is responding to the need in the market for smaller and more discrete components with the highest possible performance. For example, the yellow converted variant delivers brightness of 50lm at 140mA. Depending on the application, additional optics can be applied to the respective component due to the central chip location in the package.

“The Synios S 2222 product family features a unique package design that is easy to handle, allowing our customers to use automated pick-and-place systems for manufacturing,” says Mike Martens, senior product manager at Osram Opto Semiconductors in North America. “In addition, the high-quality LEDs give our customers ultimate flexibility by providing a wide range of colors to create distinctive lighting solutions.”

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