Samsung Electronics is a world leader in advanced components. Recently it introduced influx which is a new line up of high flux (extremely bright) linear modules. These are optimized for industrial warehouse lighting plants, warehouses and parking lighting. These new LED module are a replacement for the old conventional T5HO (high output) and the T8 tubes. They are also suitable for high flux LED luminaries that cover up to 40,000lm.
Jaewook Kwon, Vice President, Lighting Marketing Group, LED Business Team at Samsung Electronics says,
“By providing a wide variety of installation layout options and brightness intensities, our new inFlux linear module will deliver greater design flexibility and convenience for lighting designers, as well as high performance and reliability for fixture manufacturers. We will continue to reinforce our well-differentiated LED lighting engine line-ups to be able to meet more diverse market needs.”
The Samsung inFlux LED module incorporates the company’s mid-power LED package (LM301A), which features advanced “flip chip” technology. This enables a shorter junction-to-base distance and less thermal barrier layers in each package. By doing this, it avoids the need for metal wire bonding. The advantage of this is that it leads to lowering the thermal resistance of the packages, as well as permitting each package to handle a wide range of current. This they say will improve light efficacy. Fully embracing the flip chip LED approach, the new inFlux modules fully embrace the flip chip LED approach. This provides wider current alternatives, better light performance and much lower heat resistance compared to modules using a conventional epi-up chip package.
These new Samsung inFlux modules are currently in six product types. They range from 1,310lm and 9380lm with a length option, either 280 millimetres (mm) or 560mm, and offers several CCT colour variations, including 3000, 3500, 4000 and 5000K.
The idea of these product alternatives is to offer lighting fixture makers more design flexibility while addressing a wide variety of application requirements. LED fixture manufacturers can vary their lamp flux from 6,000lm to 40,000lm through this ingenious combination of different module types. This is good news for industrial lighting manufacturers.
An added bonus is that Samsung has made it easier for fixture makers to take their lighting products through the industry certification processes. This is all thanks to cooperative relationships that Samsung LED has put in place with recognized certification companies in the Korean, U.S., Chinese, and European markets. By doing this, these partnerships will simplify all of the complex procedures. They will also reduce time to market and the ultimate goal is to have a positive impact on all of the overall costs.
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