Luminus UV-C LEDs are highly efficient, have compact form factors and enable applications such as healthcare disinfection, water and air purification, and surface disinfection of consumer appliances. Key Specifications: XBT-1313-UV LEDs • Deep UV LED with emission wavelength between 275 nm and 286 nm • Ultra-compact form
Luminus Devices has significantly expanded its portfolio of high-power infrared (IR) LEDs with eleven emitters designed to address the rapid expansion of automotive, consumer, machine vision, medical, and security applications. The Luminus IR SST LEDs are now offered in three wavelengths – 810nm, 850nm, and 940nm –
Luminus’ ultraviolet portfolio includes UV-A, and UV-C LEDs in a range of power options and package configurations to support the broadest use across a range of industries. Radiation in the UV-C range is described as being germicidal and having a wavelength between 200 nm and 280 nm.
PerfectWhite products are the first LEDs to replicate the color and quality of light produced by halogen lamps without any harmful UV or violet emissions. PerfectWhite LEDs enhance fill the cyan gap, filling the critical color gap that most other LEDs miss. PerfectWhite delivers a near-perfect color
Luminus Mid Power LEDs are lighting class solutions designed for high performance general lighting applications. The new 3030 square LES product families boast industry-leading 95 CRI minimum and it has widest viewing angle and the warmest CCT, 1800K. These LEDs allow illumination engineers and designers to develop
Luminus UV-C LEDs are highly efficient, have compact form factors and enable applications such as healthcare disinfection, water and air purification, and surface disinfection of consumer appliances. Key specifications: • Wide range of UVA wavelengths: 365 nm to 420 nm • Vertical chip technology enables extremely high
SST-20 series white LEDs complement the extensive range of discrete wavelengths from UVA (365nm) to Far Red (730nm). Incorporating white light in horticulture fixtures provide illumination in the greenhouse and make it easier to observe crops for signs of disease and, in many cases, white LEDs can
Rapid developments in LEDs over the past decade have created a major growth market with completely new applications. Full color displays for large areas only became possible with the introduction of high-intensity blue LEDs, while highpower white LEDs are becoming widely used in general lighting and the