ams OSRAM OSLON® Black Flat X LEDs

ams OSRAM OSLON® Black Flat X LEDs

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ams OSRAM OSLON® Black Flat X LEDs (3-Chip Version) are high-performance LED Light Emitting Diodes offering 1350lm (typical) at 1000mA. The Black Flat X LEDs are optimized for forward lighting applications with a high focus on system cost. These SMT devices are very stable, durable, and can be used with standard processes. The pad geometry of the OSLON Black platform offers excellent thermal performance, enabling developers to reduce heatsink size or remove it from the application design entirely.

The ams OSRAM OSLON® Black Flat X LED has an extremely high contrast 1:200 design due to its black case material and TiO2 casting. These devices feature a compact 6.37mm x 3.75mm x 0.50mm package.

Features

  • AEC-Q102 qualified
  • SMD epoxy package
  • UX:3 chip technology
  • Luminous flux
    • KW3 HNL631.TK-6TTB-4L05M0-JCAB: 1230lm to 1535lm
    • KW3 HNL631.TK-7TTC-6L07M0-JCAB: 1275lm to 1535lm
  • 120° (Lambertian emitter) typical radiation
  • 4M07L0 color binning
  • Ultra-White color
    • Cx = 0.321
    • Cy = 0.339 according to CIE 1931
  • Corrosion Robustness Class: 3B
  • Color over angle: Better than passus 3.7.2.1 of supplement proposal 7 to ECE reg. 128
  • ESD: 8kV acc. to ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001 (HBM, Class 3B)
  • -40°C to +135°C operating temperature range
  • 6.37mm x 3.75mm x 0.50mm package

more information: https://www.osram.com/os/products/product-promotions/led-for-automotive-industry-and-consumer-applications/oslon_black_flat_family.jsp

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