The new LM561B features 160lm/W light efficacy, which is the highest available among mid-power LED packages worldwide, with electric current rated at 65mA, 5000K CCT (Correlated Color Temperature), and a rating of over 80 CRI (Color Rendering Index).
With a light efficacy of 160lm/W for its new LM561B mid-power LED package, Samsung claims setting a new record in this market segment. The company has begun already producing the device. This new lineup of LEDs aims at a wide variety of LED lighting applications including LED tubes, LED ambient lighting, down-lighting, and retrofit lamps.
The LM561B’s light efficacy is the highest available among mid-power LED packages worldwide, the vendor claims. Other features include an electric current rating at 65mA, 5000K CCT (Correlated Color Temperature), and a rating of over 80 CRI (Color Rendering Index).
The LM561B achieves a 30 percent increase in efficiency compared to Samsung’s previous mid-power LED (LM561A) package. This results in reduced energy consumption and improved heat management. The improved heat dissipation means that smaller heat sinks can be used, saving on material costs, and also provides customers with the ability to create more compact and flexibly innovative products.
The Samsung LM561B product lineup offers a wide range of color temperatures. It also comes in three brightness levels and provides quarter binning to allow customers to quickly maximize its use in LED lighting production, free from worries about consistent color quality or brightness.
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