LED Engin LuxiGen™ LZ7 Six-Die LED delivers six colors

LED Engin LuxiGen™ LZ7 Six-Die LED delivers six colors


LED Engin LuxiGen™ LZ7 Six-Die LED delivers six colors from a single 7mm2 package. Designed for stage, studio, and special effect lighting, the LuxiGen LZ7 adds PC Phosphor Converted (PC) Amber, Cyan, and PC Lime to the traditional Red, Blue, Green (RGB) LED color set, enabling richer and wider color combinations for more sophisticated color mixing. The compact 3.4mm x 3.4mm Light Emitting Surface (LES) and low-profile design of the surface-mount ceramic package produce an ultra-bright light with narrow beam, as well as high CRI white, all from a single LED emitter.

The LZ7 LED features a patented multi-layer ceramic substrate technology, allowing all six dies to be placed closely together. With an ultra-low thermal resistance of 0.8°C/W, heat is dissipated efficiently from the dies.

The LED Engin LZ7 is offered in a 7mm x 7mm surface-mount ceramic package and pre-mounted on a 7-channel Metal Core Printed Circuit Board (MCPCB).


  • 6-color surface-mount Ceramic LED Package with Integrated Flat Glass Lens
  • 60W max. power dissipation
  • Red, Green, Blue, PC Amber, Cyan And PC Lime enables richer and wider color combination for more sophisticated color mixing
  • Compact 3.4mm x 3.4mm Light Emitting Surface (LES) and low-profile package maximize coupling efficiency into secondary optics
  • Thermal Resistance of 0.8°C/W
  • Electrically Neutral Thermal Path
  • JEDEC Level 1 for Moisture Sensitivity Level
  • 7.0mm x 7.0mm Emitter Footprint
  • Lead (Pb) Free and RoHS Compliant


  • DC Forward Current Per Die (IF(MAX)):
    • Red: 2500mA
    • Green: 3000mA
    • Blue: 3000mA
    • PC Amber: 1500mA
    • Cyan: 1000mA
    • PC Lime: 2500mA
  • Power Dissipation (Pd): 60W
  • Luminous Flux @ IF = 1000mA  (ΦV):
    • Red: 95lm
    • Green: 180lm
    • Blue: 42lm (1.2W)
    • PC Amber: 140lm
    • Cyan: 135lm
    • PC Lime: 620lm
  • Viewing Angle: 114°

Note: This product emits Blue light, which can be hazardous depending on total system configuration (including, but not limited to optics, drive current and temperature). Do not stare directly into the beam and observe safety precaution given in IEC 62471 when operating this product.

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