5000-lm LED cooler delivers ultra-low profile of 20-mm

5000-lm LED cooler delivers ultra-low profile of 20-mm

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By eeNews Europe

The challenge facing ultra-low LED cooling profiles such as the ModuLED Mega 13420 comes from the spreading of the heat source to the rest of the design.

Creating enough basic cooling surface in a wide diameter low profile LED cooler is not that hard.  The LED COB areas have been shrinked by more than 40% in the last two years to obtain an easier light image control with secondary optics. The power density on that area has increased from 25 watts in a 28×28 package to recently 50 watts and more.

With this major change in light engine approach, the spreading resistance of a low-profile LED cooler becomes the focus point to guarantee the life span of the lighting design.

Through advanced thermal engineering and hundreds of hours of thermal simulations, MechaTronix has reached a 20 mm low profile and provides a maximum temperature drop of 3 degrees Celsius from the heart of the cooler to the outer diameter cooling area, equivalent for the perfect internal spreading resistance.

To avoid extra costs, the ModuLED Mega 13420 claims ground-breaking modularity on mounting holes that allows for easy attachment of a number of market-leading LED engines.

Looking at the specific purpose of the LED cooler to create ultra-low down light applications with higher lumen packages, MechaTronix has added besides the Zhaga platforms some extra mounting pitches on this design for the Tridonic Talexx FLE and DLE, Osram PrevaLED Cube, Philips Fortimo DLM and a further score of tier 1 LED manufacturers

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