OSRAM Opto Semiconductors OSLON Square GH CSBRM4.24 Hyper Red LEDs

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors OSLON Square GH CSBRM4.24 Hyper Red LEDs

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OSRAM Opto Semiconductors OSLON® Square GH CSBRM4.24 Hyper Red LEDs are optimized for horticulture. These LEDs feature a unique and innovative radiation pattern designed to illuminate plants evenly for uniform growth while reducing the number of luminaires required. The high-power GH CSBRM4.24 LEDs provide excellent reliability, a long lifetime, and low thermal resistance in a compact footprint.

The OSRAM Opto Semiconductors OSLON® Square GH CSBRM4.24 Hyper Red LEDs feature an ultra-compact 3.0mm x 3.0mm footprint ideal for high-density arrays.

Features

  • 3.0mm x 3.0mm SMD ceramic package with silicon lens
  • 150° radiation
  • Very low thermal resistance
  • Superior robustness for a long lifetime
  • 100mA to 1400mA forward current (IF)
  • 1500mA maximum surge current (IFS)
  • 660nm peak wavelength (λpeak)
  • 646nm to 666nm centroid wavelength; 657nm typical (λcentroid)
  • 640nm dominant wavelength (λdom)
  • 20nm spectral bandwidth at 50% Irel,max (∆λ)
  • 140° viewing angle at 50% IV (2φ)
  • 1.80V to 2.20V forward voltage; 2.00V typical (VF)
  • Corrosion robustness class: 3B
  • ESD: 8kV according to ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001 (HBM, Class 3B)
  • Radiant flux: 1050mW typical @ 700mA; 526mW typical @ 350mA
  • Radiant efficiency: 74% typical @ 700mA; 80% typical @ 350mA
  • Photosynthetic photon flux: 5.69μmol/s typical @ 700mA; 2.88μmol/s typical @ 350mA
  • Photon flux efficacy: 5.72μmol/J typical @ 700mA; 2.89μmol/J typical @ 350mA
  • -40°C to +125°C operating temperature range

more information: https://www.osram.com/ecat/OSLON%C2%AE%20Square%20GH%20CSSRM3.24/com/en/class_pim_web_catalog_103489/prd_pim_device_5516891/

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