The ModuLED Xtra passive LED coolers come in 50 and 80 mm height and give a cooling performance for spot and down light designs from 700 lumen up to 4000 lumen.
The IceLED Xtra 550 is a fan cooled model which performs up to 10,000 lumen or 100 watts of heat dissipation, while the IceLED Xtra Ultra goes up all the way to 20,000 lumen.
With a weight of 400 grams designers can make major improvements on the overall weight of their high and low bay designs.
The modularity of the ModuLED and IceLED designs is achieved by making all the mounting holes immediately in the extrusion profile that means the LED modules can be mounted without any after work by self-tapping screws.
Ken Yang, Chief Designer at MechaTronix, explained: “The whole idea of developing the ModuLED Xtra and IceLED Xtra LED coolers was to create a limited number of products which fitted with all the newest LED modules and COBs which came on the market in the last year.”
“Bridgelux came out with the Vero LED modules, Philips Lumileds created a whole family of Luxeon COBs, Vossloh Schwabe developed a new 10.000 lumen high bay LED engine with the Luga Industrial, and that’s just 10% of all the new developments our ECO partners reported us in the last twelve months. Also a lot of new ECO partners applied to us to make standard LED heat sinks for them, like GE for their Infusion series, LG Innotek, Lustrous, TSMC. Making dedicated standard LED coolers for each of those separately would probably take us two years, and by that time the LED world would already look completely different.”
The ‘Xtra’ series is compatible with the following LED COBs and LED modules:
Zhaga Book 2 compliant LED engines Megaman Teco, Philips Fortimo TDLM and Tridonic Talexx Stark DLE twist
Zhaga book 3 compliant LED Spot Light modules Edison Edilex SLM, Osram PrevaLED, Philips Fortimo SLM, Tridonic Talexx Stark SLE, Vexica Lumaera and Vossloh Schwabe Luga Shop
LED COB’s for which Zhaga book 3 LED holders are available: Bridgelux ES rectangular LED array, Citizen CitiLED CL-L030, CL-L032, CL-L040, CL-L042, Cree XLamp CXA18xx, CXA25xx, CXA30xx, Edison Opto HM16 and HM30, LG Lighting MCP 10-24W, Osram Soleriq E30, Philips Lumileds Luxeon 1204, 1205 and 1208, Luxeon K12 and K16, Prolight Opto PABA 10-50W, Sharp Mega Zenigata and Tiger Zenigata, Tridonic Talexx Stark LES 17
Zhaga Book 5 compliant LED engines GE Infusion LED modules M1000, M1500, M2000, M3000, M4500
Zhaga Book 6 compliant LED engines Toshiba E-Core LED Light Engine LED LEV11 and LEV16
Bridgelux Vero 13, 18 and 29 LED engines
Edison Opto SD, HS, HV and HR COB series
Lustrous X5, DX5, TX5 and XL5 COB series
Philips Lumileds Luxeon 1204, 1205 and 1208 COB series
Prolight Opto PABA COB series
MechaTronix runs thermal validation programs for each brand and LED package in combination with the LED cooler and publishes this data online which allows the lighting designer to immediately have an accurate idea of the temperature and the Tc/Tp point that can be reached.
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